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  • Writer's pictureKeith Harrison-Broninski

Human Interaction Management and Learning

"The theory of Human Interaction Management (HIM) regards learning as the basis of all human working activity.  Further, HIM takes the view that "learning is a process you do, not a process that is done to you".  This paper provides an overview of: - How HIM enables the definition and execution of business processes for which learning is at the core - The HIM theory underlying this approach."

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