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Keith Harrison-Broninski

Human Interactions in the English countryside

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If you are interested in next-generation techniques for managing collaborative human work, you may like to know about a series of workshops on Human Interaction Management this Autumn.

I will be running them myself. Each workshop is limited to 8 people and the focus is on producing real-world, usable results. Attendees will come away with executable processes and organizational models based on their own business.

More details below.

Role Modellers Autumn 2010 Workshop Series - Human Interaction Management

"The first fundamental advance in personal productivity since the arrival of the spreadsheet" (Information Age, 2007) is here, and we can help you get started. According to Gartner, the "Fourth Wave" of Human Interaction Management techniques and tools won't be mainstream until 2012 - so now is your chance to get ahead of competitors.

Located at Role Modellers' offices in a picturesque English market town, this 2-day workshop is a hands-on introduction to next-generation process modelling and execution techniques that deal with human work at all organizational levels.

Working with examples from their own business, attendees will learn how to:

* Reduce knowledge worker costs by up to 75%;
* Deal efficiently and effectively with the 20% of "exceptional cases" that generate 80% of operating expenses (and potentially 80% of revenue);
* Build collaborative business applications in minutes;
* Implement true cross-boundary business processes;
* Define and execute organizational strategy.

Workshop Brochure: http://tinyurl.com/2ugrvh7

Keith Harrison-Broninski cuts through the hype in his hands-on guide to where enterprise IT is really going

Keith Harrison-Broninski

Keith Harrison-Broninski is a researcher, writer, keynote speaker, software architect and consultant working at the forefront of the IT and business worlds.


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