Advisory Board

Dudley Lynch, M.A.

Dudley Lynch, M.A., Hon LHD is president of Brain Technologies Corporation of Plano, Texas. Books and other materials by Brain Technologies’ authors provide readers with actionable insights and ideas for improving critical thinking, creative thinking, lifestyle and workstyle planning, and emotional IQ development simply not available anywhere else.
Dudley is the lead author of Brain Technologies’ popular book, Strategy of the Dolphin®: Scoring a Win in a Chaotic World, along with coauthor Paul L. Kordis, Ph.D., which advanced to be the No. 3 best-selling business book in France and the No. 5 business book in Germany (No. 1 among self-growth books). In the U.S., it was a Literary Guild Alternate Selection. It has been translated into seven other languages.
Another of his works, “Code of the Monarch: A Guide to the Real Global Business Revolution”, also written with Dr. Kordis, was published as “Der Schlüssel zur Globalierung. Handbuch für den Wandel” (“The Key to Globalization: A Handbook for Change”). The work joined Marshall McLuhan’s “The Global Village” as the initial works published in Junfermann Verlag’s Medienanthropologie series. And his work work “Your Dolphin High-Performance Business Brain” was published as “DelphinDenkin” (“DolphinThink”).
Dudley also authored The Mother of All Minds: Leaping Free of an Outdated Human Nature, Evergreen: Playing a Continuous Comeback Game, Your High-Performance Business Brain, an Operator’s Manual : How to Fine-tune the Management Mind to Increase Productivity and Profits, and The BrainMap® Workbook: A Leader’s and User’s Guide to The BrainMap. He has written 14 books and hundreds of magazine articles, including cover articles in Business Week and by-lined articles in Fortune, Reader’s Digest, The New York Times, The Economist and more than 225 other periodicals on six continents.
Dudley has been a keynoter for numerous American and international business events. These include IBM’s futuristic “Horizons” week, France’s First World Symposium on Business Achievement, the Australian Staff Management College’s Multinational CEO Executive Fortnight, South Africa’s Sun City executive conference, Belgium’s first Braintrust seminar series, Advertising Age’s Creativity Week, Radio and Records’ annual industry executive conference, Zürich’s Mind Management Conference and the AMANA International Symposium in São Paulo. He has also spoken to many of Germany’s Marketing Clubs, including the clubs of Berlin, Munich, Kassel, Karlsruhe and Mannheim.
He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree (cum laude) from Eastern New Mexico University and a Master of Arts degree from the University of Texas at Austin. He has been honored as an Outstanding Alumnus by Eastern New Mexico University and was named to the Phi Kappa Phi and Kappa Tau Alpha honor societies at the University of Texas at Austin. Newport University of Newport Beach, California, awarded him the title of Doctor Honoris Causa (Honorary Doctorate in Humane Letters) in 1994 for his contributions to the fields of personal and business thinking skills development. The honor was bestowed at the university’s St. Gallen, Switzerland, campus.