Category Archives: Human Resource Management

HSoftware (Acquisition of the HSoftware)

We have established in the earlier posts on HSoftware that it is the “human software (the HSoftware)” which is responsible for human effectiveness and therefore, for success in personal, professional, family and social life. If you wish to be successful in … Continue reading

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HSoftware (Willpower to Do: Fourth Element of HSoftware)

Willpower pertains to willpower (desire, motivation and enthusiasm) to do, act or execute as well as to think, feel and learn. It involves taking actions or taking steps that are responsible for gaining insight into values, knowledge and paradigms as … Continue reading

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HSoftware (More on Paradigms and Paradigm Shift)

We decided to write more on paradigms (mindsets or thinking patterns). We did it for two reasons. First, most people have very hazy and confused idea about “paradigms”. Secondly, it is these very “paradigms” that shape up your day-to-day thinking, … Continue reading

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