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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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