HSoftware (Uniqueness and Effectiveness)

From the previous posts on the subject “HSoftware”, we saw that human uniqueness comes from each one’s “human software (the HSoftware)”. And this “human software” is responsible also for the most correct or less correct or least correct solutions to the problems in personal, professional, family and social life of individuals.

Uniqueness of human beings is a reality but that does not mean that everyone is correct or say, uniquely equally effective and efficient. Some people may have wrong answers or solutions and they are least effective, those with relatively more correct answers are little more effective and those who are closest to the answers or who can find the right answers are most effective.

Philosophically speaking, life is all about finding the right or the most correct answers- the truth or getting closer to it. The mankind is busy doing it all the time from time immemorial. Those who reach the truth or nearer to truth- i.e. the more correct or most correct answers to life’s various issues and problems, are more effective than those who are away from it. And the strength to achieve this comes from the quality and quantity of HSoftware they possess and continually upgrade throughout their lives.

The people who have learnt elementary math- arithmetic have a particular type of “human software”, those who know it but goof up in adding due to certain reasons have a different “human software” and the people who did not learn arithmetic and so, cannot or are not inclined to add numbers, have yet another type of “human software”. In this example, the first types are most effective, the second set of people, less effective and the third types, the least effective. You can clearly see that this effectiveness is in direct proportion to the “human software” related to this arithmetic problem.

Now consider another area of your day-to-day activities. You must be buttoning up your shirt every day. Did you ever think about the best way to button it up? The people who have the knowledge of the best way of doing it i.e. to start from matching the bottom most button of the shirt with the bottom most button-hole and then working it up to the upper buttons one by one may button their shirts without any hassle and mistake than those who never thought about the better ways of doing it- that shows the difference in their HSoftware. One person thought about acquiring this little knowledge and applied it in practice and the other person just did not have any such desire and did learn a better method and so did not improve in buttoning up the shirt.

An analysis of what happens in choosing the leader in the air crash scenario described in the previous posts on the subject of “HSoftware)” brings forth more dimensions of this “human software”.

At times, a participant of our seminar chooses Captain Sunder because he had decided to stay put near the wreckage of crashed aircraft and the participant justifies that action of Captain Sunder by his knowledge that people cannot walk 100 kilometers distance. Others reject same Captain Sunder by saying that his SOS message has not reached and the rescue team will not turn up. Some participants strongly reject Shanti Lal based on their value structure that people who drink alcohol cannot be trusted. And others choose him saying that he can be the best leader since he built up a huge business empire from scratch on his own; they put aside his drinking habit as of no consequence. Ms Moses gets eliminated by some because of gender or age bias. Some people think that she cannot perform in tough times since she is a female or she is too young. Others like Ms Moses immensely because she is self less and has a cool temperament; those are the top most requirements to tackle a crisis situation as per them. Raj

Kumar is chosen because he is the winner type and by others he is not selected because he says that “leaders are born” and they don’t like him for that. For some, Mahinder Singh is the right person for this situation being a hunter but others reject him because he is capable of losing his temper violently.

In short, a particular participant of our seminar chooses a particular candidate from the survivors of the air crash because he gives more weightage to some specific qualities, characteristics and/or behavior of that candidate while the other participant rejects the same candidate for perhaps the same reasons or may be other reasons. He gives more weightage to something(s) else in this candidate or in some other candidates (from air crash survivors). These weightages are a straight resultant of this complex thing called HSoftware.

An analysis of these and many such responses tells us more about the “human software”. It is the “programming of human mind” at a given point of time for a particular situation. Based on this “programming of mind”, the same inputs are processed by different people differently because each one’s mind’s programming is different. Each one becomes a unique processor. If it was the same or similar “programming of mind”, answers or the solutions to given situation would be the same or similar. Otherwise, they will not be the same. That’s what exactly happens in the discussions on air crash situation.

What are, then, these factors or elements which make up this “programming of mind” or the “human software (the HSoftware)”?

Related Posts (please read in the following order)

1. HSoftware (Human Beings: Hardware and Software): http://shyam.bhatawdekar.net/index.php/2018/04/02/hsoftware/

2. HSoftware (Evey Human Being Is Unique): http://shyam.bhatawdekar.net/index.php/2018/04/05/hsoftware-every-human-being-is-unique/

3. HSoftware (Why This Uniqueness?): http://shyam.bhatawdekar.net/index.php/2018/04/07/hsoftware-why-this-uniqueness/

4. HSoftware (Uniqueness and Effectiveness): http://shyam.bhatawdekar.net/index.php/2018/04/11/hsoftware-uniqueness-and-effectiveness/ 

5 HSoftware (Fundamental Constituents of HSoftware): http://shyam.bhatawdekar.net/index.php/2018/04/19/hsoftware-fundamental-constituents-of-hsoftware/

Get Your Copy of the Book “HSoftware”

Get your copy of the book titled “HSoftware (The Only Key to Higher Effectiveness)” or HSoftware (Shyam Bhatawdekar’s Effectiveness Model) from Amazon online. If you are a kindleunlimited, KOLL or Amazon Prime subscriber, you can read free.

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Management, Business, Self-help and Personality Development Books

  1. HSoftware (Human Software) (The Only Key to Higher Effectiveness)
  2. Sensitive Stories of Corporate World (Management Case Studies)
  3. Sensitive Stories of Corporate World (Volume 2) (Management Case Studies)
  4. Classic Management Games, Exercises, Energizers and Icebreakers
  5. Classic Management Games, Exercises, Energizers and Icebreakers (Volume 2)
  6. Classic Team Building Games, Exercises, Energizers and Icebreakers
  7. 101 Classic Management Games, Exercises, Energizers and Icebreakers
  8. Stress? No Way!! (Handbook on Stress Management)
  9. HSoftware (Shyam Bhatawdekar’s Effectiveness Model)
  10. Competency Management (Competency Matrix and Competencies)
  11. Soft Skills You Can’t Do Without (Goal Setting, Time Management, Assertiveness and Anger Management)
  12. Essentials of Work Study (Method Study and Work Measurement)
  13. Essentials of Time Management (Taking Control of Your Life)
  14. Essentials of 5S Housekeeping
  15. Essentials of Quality Circles
  16. Essentials of Goal Setting
  17. Essentials of Anger Management
  18. Essentials of Assertive Behavior
  19. Essentials of Performance Management and Performance Appraisal
  20. Health Essentials (Health Is Wealth)
  21. Essentials of Effective Communication
  22. The Romance of Intimacy (How to Enhance Intimacy in a Relationship?)

Novels, Stories, Biographies and Travelogues

  1. The Peace Crusaders (Novel: how the peace crusaders established permanent peace on a war strewn planet?)
  2. Love Knows No Bounds (Novel: a refreshingly different love story. Also available with the title “Good People”)
  3. Funny (and Not So Funny) Short Stories
  4. Stories Children Will Love (Volume 1: Bhanu-Shanu-Kaju-Biju and Dholu Ram Gadbad Singh)
  5. My Father (Biography)
  6. Travelogue: Scandinavia, Russia
  7. Travelogue: Europe
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HSoftware (Why This Uniqueness?)

Think about it.

Why is there a significant conflict in the solutions of air crash situation (refer earlier post “HSoftware (Evey Human Being Is Unique)”: http://shyam.bhatawdekar.net/index.php/2018/04/05/hsoftware-every-human-being-is-unique/) but unanimity in the problem of simple addition of two numbers? Answer: It is because of the “human software (the HSoftware)”, the “programming of mind”. In case of air crash, every one’s “human software” is not the same. In case of a simple addition problem (2 + 3 = ?), everyone uses exactly same and precise and correct “human software”. Adding 2 and 3 is a very simple problem in arithmetic and if one has learnt the elementary math; one can solve it to arrive at exactly the same answer i.e. 5.

In learning mathematics all of us get conditioned to think exactly in the same manner. We learn that there can be just one answer to the problem and a precise method is taught to arrive at that solution. Everyone accepts that kind of learning.

And even in mathematics, only some people understand and acquire that knowledge of solving the problem and others just don’t grasp it. Those who learn and apply that knowledge perfectly well always arrive at one solution unanimously. There is not an iota of dissention or conflict among them. Then, they do not remain unique any more as far as solving mathematical problem is concerned.

But those others who cannot learn mathematics just cannot come out with the solution. Yet, if at all they attempt to do it with their imperfectly acquired HSoftware, each of them comes out with a different answer (just like what we saw for the air crash situation earlier) and they might start debating that each one’s answer is correct though the truth is that each one’s answer is absolutely wrong.

But other than mathematics and some exact sciences no where such a phenomenon of arriving at only one exact solution by all the people having the required HSoftware occurs. In math and science if you happen to acquire a correct HSoftware, you get it perfectly right otherwise you just don’t get it. But rest of the life is not all mathematics and exact sciences. Here even with imperfect and incomplete HSoftware acquisition, people do stumble on some solutions which seem acceptable to them though may not be as correct as they should be. And then various people use or apply these various imperfect solutions they came up with by using their varying degrees of HSoftware. They apply them in their personal, family, professional and social spheres of life and become effective to various degrees in getting various degrees of successes.

Life is like the air crash situation described in chapter 2 and answers to the same one single situation seem to be numerous and each answer seems correct to some persons. So there can be numerous answers to the same issues arrived at by different people. So, different people think in different manners on such real life issues and each person feels comfortable with himself.

Why?

Again, it is because of the “human software (the HSoftware)”, the “programming of mind”. Though in math and science mind’s programming gets done in one singular way by one singular HSoftware, in rest of the situations other than mathematics and exact sciences, the mind’s programming gets done in numerous ways (not in a singular way as in math and science) depending upon what and how much HSoftware each person has acquired from the environment and from which all sources and resources.

These pieces of HSoftware are not exact and precise and there may be numerous pieces of them used by different people to tackle just about one issue or one problem. And life presents endless problems and each problem gets tackled by each person in a different manner. The manner in which each tackles a problem depends on his own acquired HSoftware which is never exactly the same between two persons the way it is with math and other exact sciences where the acquired software is either absolutely right or absolutely wrong. With real life day-to-day issues different people accept different shades of thinking patterns and solutions.

Related Posts (please read in the following order)

1. HSoftware (Human Beings: Hardware and Software): http://shyam.bhatawdekar.net/index.php/2018/04/02/hsoftware/

2. HSoftware (Evey Human Being Is Unique): http://shyam.bhatawdekar.net/index.php/2018/04/05/hsoftware-every-human-being-is-unique/

3. HSoftware (Why This Uniqueness?): http://shyam.bhatawdekar.net/index.php/2018/04/07/hsoftware-why-this-uniqueness/

4. HSoftware (Uniqueness and Effectiveness): http://shyam.bhatawdekar.net/index.php/2018/04/11/hsoftware-uniqueness-and-effectiveness/ 

5 HSoftware (Fundamental Constituents of HSoftware): http://shyam.bhatawdekar.net/index.php/2018/04/19/hsoftware-fundamental-constituents-of-hsoftware/

Get Your Copy of the Book “HSoftware”

Get your copy of the book titled “HSoftware (The Only Key to Higher Effectiveness)” or HSoftware (Shyam Bhatawdekar’s Effectiveness Model) from Amazon online. If you are a kindleunlimited, KOLL or Amazon Prime subscriber, you can read free.

Books Suggested for Your Professional, Personal and Organizational Libraries (All the titles listed below are available as paperbacks and eBooks online from Amazon- you can read the ebooks absolutely free if you are kindleunlimited, KOLL or Amazon Prime subscribers)

Management, Business, Self-help and Personality Development Books

  1. HSoftware (Human Software) (The Only Key to Higher Effectiveness)
  2. Sensitive Stories of Corporate World (Management Case Studies)
  3. Sensitive Stories of Corporate World (Volume 2) (Management Case Studies)
  4. Classic Management Games, Exercises, Energizers and Icebreakers
  5. Classic Management Games, Exercises, Energizers and Icebreakers (Volume 2)
  6. Classic Team Building Games, Exercises, Energizers and Icebreakers
  7. 101 Classic Management Games, Exercises, Energizers and Icebreakers
  8. Stress? No Way!! (Handbook on Stress Management)
  9. HSoftware (Shyam Bhatawdekar’s Effectiveness Model)
  10. Competency Management (Competency Matrix and Competencies)
  11. Soft Skills You Can’t Do Without (Goal Setting, Time Management, Assertiveness and Anger Management)
  12. Essentials of Work Study (Method Study and Work Measurement)
  13. Essentials of Time Management (Taking Control of Your Life)
  14. Essentials of 5S Housekeeping
  15. Essentials of Quality Circles
  16. Essentials of Goal Setting
  17. Essentials of Anger Management
  18. Essentials of Assertive Behavior
  19. Essentials of Performance Management and Performance Appraisal
  20. Health Essentials (Health Is Wealth)
  21. Essentials of Effective Communication
  22. The Romance of Intimacy (How to Enhance Intimacy in a Relationship?)

Novels, Stories, Biographies and Travelogues

  1. The Peace Crusaders (Novel: how the peace crusaders established permanent peace on a war strewn planet?)
  2. Love Knows No Bounds (Novel: a refreshingly different love story. Also available with the title “Good People”)
  3. Funny (and Not So Funny) Short Stories
  4. Stories Children Will Love (Volume 1: Bhanu-Shanu-Kaju-Biju and Dholu Ram Gadbad Singh)
  5. My Father (Biography)
  6. Travelogue: Scandinavia, Russia
  7. Travelogue: Europe
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HSoftware (Every Human Being Is Unique)

One person’s food is other person’s poison- thus goes the famous saying. The reasons for such stark differences between two persons and in other cases not so stark differences between two people could be many. Basically the differences arise out of the way different people are differently made up of- the differences arising out of the differences in their HSoftware.

A Sikh (sardar) gentleman once told us this little story that we wish to share with you. The story relates to the time when this Sikh gentleman was studying in USA. He used to share an apartment with a person who was a proper British chap. As you are aware a Sikh is supposed to have long hair on his head which are covered by a turban and he must never shave his beard. But our Sikh friend was an exception. After going to USA he flouted both these rules and he was then a clean shaven sardar and never wore a turban on his cropped hair of the head while in USA. On the other hand, our very proper British gentleman who was sophistication personified at his home in England, grew lots of hair on his head and long unkempt beard like the hippies.

After their school examinations were over they were looking forward to visit their homes in their home countries. And in anticipation they were getting ready to change their existing avatars to the new avatars that would look proper to their parents and friends in their home cities of their home countries. And the avatars which were thought to be decent and gentlemanly for the two sets of parents and friends were opposite of each other- turban and beard for the sardar and exacty opposite of this avatar for the English- he must be clean shaven with moderate and well groomed hair style. So, pronto, both of them got busy donning their new avatars to please their parents, relatives and the countrymen.

Do you see the different definitions of decent and sophisticated to the two sets of people? So, it’s true that one person’s food is other person’s poison.

Let us see one more example where people adopt two diametrically opposite ways of doing the same thing and feel that what they do is the best way. We all know that a sweet dish or dessert is served after the main meal is over but in some communities they start their meals with sweet dishes and desserts.

And if you ask them the reason of adopting their particular ways, they will tell you the reasons quite intelligently and with great sentimentality and try to convince you that theirs is the best way.

In thousands of our seminars for general public and for people of the corporate sector, we have invariably found that the seminar participants’ response to any of the management exercises or case studies we give them to solve is not the same. Most times, it is pretty different from each other.

Sometimes we invite them to give solution to a situation of an air crash in the jungles of Assam (India). The air crash situation reads something like this:

“An airplane with 74 passengers on board developed engine trouble while flying over the jungles of Assam (India). The pilot managed to send out an SOS message just before the plane crashed into the jungles. Time: 3.12 pm.

All members of the crew died except the pilot and there were in all seven survivors. (We tell each participant of the seminar to imagine that the participant himself was traveling in that airplane and he was one of the seven).

There were two women survivors, one of them is badly injured and is losing blood fast.

The plane exploded shortly after crashing but some of the survivors had managed to retrieve some items before the explosion. They could not, however, retrieve any food or water. The pilot had taken a bearing just before the engine trouble developed. He reckons that the plane crashed about 100 kilometers (62.5 miles) from the nearest inhabited area. To reach it would mean marching through thick forest with heavy undergrowth, crossing streams and fending off wild animals that abound in these jungles.

After recovering from the shock, the survivors began discussing what to do. Should they stay put? Should they march towards the nearest civilization?

It soon became apparent that no agreement was being reached by the survivors. In fact there seemed to be a struggle for leadership, some friction was developing and the group realized this might jeopardize all of them.

(Then, we tell the participants of our seminar that since you were one of the travelers and since you remained the most calm and objective, the group agreed that it would abide by your decision as to who should be the leader. It was also agreed that you could not choose yourself as leader. Then, we give to each participant of the seminar some details about his co-survivors. We ask him to read those details and then take decision as to whom he would choose as leader).

Given below are those details of the survivors:

Captain Sunder: is the pilot of the crashed airplane. He had managed to retrieve some maps before the aircraft exploded. He is 44 years old and takes his duties very seriously. He feels that as a captain of the plane, the survivors are his responsibility and should listen to him. He hopes that his SOS was heard and wants everyone to remain near the aircraft wreckage till a rescue team arrives.

Miss Moses: is 22 years old, a botanist who studied the flora of Assam. She is a gentle person, not comfortable with the friction being generated and a bit of a pacifist. She has managed to retrieve a first-aid kit and some tarpaulin from the aircraft. She has been a girl guide at school.

Raj Kumar: comes from an aristocratic family. He is 35 years old and kept himself very fit by playing polo. He has captained his polo team to many victories. He was going to

Assam on a fishing trip and has managed to save his rods and fishing tackle from the flames. He is very sociable. He believes that “leaders are born” and assumes that the others will listen to him. He would like the group to march on to the nearest village under his guidance.

Shanti Lal: is 48 years old, a bit stout and likes his food and drinks. He has managed to retrieve his bottle of brandy, cigars and lighter from the aircraft. He is a self-made businessman who had managed to gradually develop a vast business empire. He is humorous but can be also very tough. Being used to commanding and coordinating, he also tried to get the group listen to him.

Mahinder Singh: is a hunter by profession and has been asked by the Assam Government to track down a rogue elephant that was destroying crops. He is 28 years old, generally quiet but capable of losing his temper violently. He has managed to retrieve his rifle and some cartridges and wants the group to head for civilization.

Having given these details, we ask each participant: whom would you choose as leader?

We will also request all of you readers of this air-crash situation to tick out your choice for the leader.

What’s your guess? Who should be chosen as the leader among the five persons listed here? Is that Miss Moses? Or is your choice Captain Sunder? Are you sure that Raj kumar deserves to be the leader or Shanti Lal beats them all hollow. And are you saying, “No one is really more appropriate than Mahinder Singh.”

In our thousands of seminars with more than 100,000 people who participated in our seminars, every one of the five candidates was chosen as leader by some participant or other and every one’s reasons to choose his candidate were not identical. In many cases even though two or more participants chose the same candidate as the leader, their reasons were not identical. But everyone was very sure that his choice was the most correct. Perhaps, right now you too are thinking the same way, “Mine is right, how can people think of choosing the candidates other than mine?”

When we make them to discuss and sort out their differences in their choices and come to a common name for the leader, more than 99% times, no consensus is arrived. They agree to disagree. At times, they lose their control in the discussions, become emotional, start talking lose, getting personal, start shouting, taking row with each other, abusing others and only short of fisticuffs. We give them almost 45 minutes to an hour to come to a common platform but they cannot do it.

Interesting? Yes, it is. Everyone displays his uniqueness. Everyone has different look at the same topic, everyone thinks and argues his stand differently and not willing to buzz.

But when we ask them to add 2 + 3, every one, yes, every one gives the same answer: addition of 2 + 3 is 5. There is no argument, there is no conflict.

Why?? Think.

We will come up with the answers in the subsequent posts. Till then, think.

Related Posts (please read in the following order)

1. HSoftware (Human Beings: Hardware and Software): http://shyam.bhatawdekar.net/index.php/2018/04/02/hsoftware/

2. HSoftware (Evey Human Being Is Unique): http://shyam.bhatawdekar.net/index.php/2018/04/05/hsoftware-every-human-being-is-unique/

3. HSoftware (Why This Uniqueness?): http://shyam.bhatawdekar.net/index.php/2018/04/07/hsoftware-why-this-uniqueness/

4. HSoftware (Uniqueness and Effectiveness): http://shyam.bhatawdekar.net/index.php/2018/04/11/hsoftware-uniqueness-and-effectiveness/ 

5 HSoftware (Fundamental Constituents of HSoftware): http://shyam.bhatawdekar.net/index.php/2018/04/19/hsoftware-fundamental-constituents-of-hsoftware/

Get Your Copy of the Book “HSoftware”

Get your copy of the book titled “HSoftware (The Only Key to Higher Effectiveness)” or HSoftware (Shyam Bhatawdekar’s Effectiveness Model) from Amazon online. If you are a kindleunlimited, KOLL or Amazon Prime subscriber, you can read free.

Books Suggested for Your Professional, Personal and Organizational Libraries (All the titles listed below are available as paperbacks and eBooks online from Amazon- you can read the ebooks absolutely free if you are kindleunlimited, KOLL or Amazon Prime subscribers)

Management, Business, Self-help and Personality Development Books

  1. HSoftware (Human Software) (The Only Key to Higher Effectiveness)
  2. Sensitive Stories of Corporate World (Management Case Studies)
  3. Sensitive Stories of Corporate World (Volume 2) (Management Case Studies)
  4. Classic Management Games, Exercises, Energizers and Icebreakers
  5. Classic Management Games, Exercises, Energizers and Icebreakers (Volume 2)
  6. Classic Team Building Games, Exercises, Energizers and Icebreakers
  7. 101 Classic Management Games, Exercises, Energizers and Icebreakers
  8. Stress? No Way!! (Handbook on Stress Management)
  9. HSoftware (Shyam Bhatawdekar’s Effectiveness Model)
  10. Competency Management (Competency Matrix and Competencies)
  11. Soft Skills You Can’t Do Without (Goal Setting, Time Management, Assertiveness and Anger Management)
  12. Essentials of Work Study (Method Study and Work Measurement)
  13. Essentials of Time Management (Taking Control of Your Life)
  14. Essentials of 5S Housekeeping
  15. Essentials of Quality Circles
  16. Essentials of Goal Setting
  17. Essentials of Anger Management
  18. Essentials of Assertive Behavior
  19. Essentials of Performance Management and Performance Appraisal
  20. Health Essentials (Health Is Wealth)
  21. Essentials of Effective Communication
  22. The Romance of Intimacy (How to Enhance Intimacy in a Relationship?)

Novels, Stories, Biographies and Travelogues

  1. The Peace Crusaders (Novel: how the peace crusaders established permanent peace on a war strewn planet?)
  2. Love Knows No Bounds (Novel: a refreshingly different love story. Also available with the title “Good People”)
  3. Funny (and Not So Funny) Short Stories
  4. Stories Children Will Love (Volume 1: Bhanu-Shanu-Kaju-Biju and Dholu Ram Gadbad Singh)
  5. My Father (Biography)
  6. Travelogue: Scandinavia, Russia
  7. Travelogue: Europe
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