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References for HIM

Given below is a selected list of references to books and papers on HIM and the Role Activity Theory (RAT) that it extends and enhances.

There are other ancestors of HIM, but some key concepts come from RAT, although in HIM they are changed radically. Since the publication of "Human Interactions" in 2005, the main usage of RAT in industry has been via HIM.

Human Interaction Management (2005-):

  1. BROCKE J., ROSEMANN M., editors (2014). "Handbook on Business Process Management 2: Strategic Alignment, Governance, People and Culture (2nd edition)", Springer. ISBN: 978-3-642-45102-7.
  2. FINGAR P. (2006). "Extreme Competition: Innovation And The Great 21st Century Business Reformation", Meghan-Kiffer Press. ISBN 0-929652-38-2
  3. HAN Y., KAURANEN A., KRISTOLA E., MERINEN J. (2009). "Human Interaction Management Adding Human Factors into Business Processes Management", Helsinki University of Technology.
  4. HARRISON-BRONINSKI K. (2005). Human Interactions - The Heart and Soul of Business Process Management. Meghan-Kiffer Press. ISBN 978-0929652443.
  5. HARRISON-BRONINSKI K. (2009). "Goal-Oriented Organization Design", Agile Product & Project Management, June 2009.
  6. HARRISON-BRONINSKI, K., KORHONEN, J.J. (2012). "Collaboration Infrastructure for the Learning Organization", Proceedings, 15th International Conference, BIS 2012, Vilnius, Lithuania, May 21-23, 2012, Springer, Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing, 2012, Volume 117, Part 5, 120-131, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-30359-3_11
  7. KERKHOF J. VAN DE, ROOIJ R.C.M. VAN (2010). "Human Interaction Management: Learning from Computer Supported Cooperative Work", Utrecht University, Department of Information and Computing Sciences.
  8. KORHONEN J.J. (2009). "Enterprise BPM A Systemic Perspective", EDS Finland.
  9. LEE J., SEO W., KIM K., KIM C. (2010). "An OWL-based ontological approach to RAD modeling of human interactions for business collaboration", Expert Syst. Appl. 37, 6 (Jun. 2010), 4128-4138.
  10. MCGREGOR M., editor (2005). "In Search Of BPM Excellence", Meghan-Kiffer Press. ISBN 0-929652-40-1
  11. SADASIVAM, R. (2008). "An Architecture Framework for Process-Personalized Composite Services: Service-oriented Architecture, Web Services, Business-Process Engineering, and Human Interaction Management", VDM Verlag Dr. Muller. ISBN 3-639087-24-0
  12. SWENSON K., et al (2011). "Social BPM: Work, Planning and Collaboration Under the Impact of Social Technology", Workflow Management Coalition. ISBN 978-0-981987-08-8
  13. SWENSON K., et al (2012). "How Knowledge Workers Get Things Done: Real-World Adaptive Case Management", Future Strategies Inc. ISBN 978-0-984976-44-7
  14. SWENSON K., et al (2013). "Empowering Knowledge Workers: New Ways to Leverage Case Management", Future Strategies Inc. ISBN 978-0-984976-47-8

Role Activity Theory (1983-2004):

  1. BEESON I., GREEN S., SA J., SULLY A. (2002). "Linking Business Processes and Information Systems Provision in a Dynamic Environment", Information Systems Frontiers 4-3, 2002, pp 319-331.
  2. HOLT A.W., H.R. RAMSEY, J.D. GRIMES (1983). "Coordination system technology as the basis for a programming environment", Electrical Communication 57 (4), 308-314.
  3. LEE J., SEO W., KIM K., KIM C., 2010. "An OWL-based ontological approach to RAD modeling of human interactions for business collaboration", Expert Syst. Appl. 37, 6 (Jun. 2010), 4128-4138.
  4. McDERMID, J.A. (1994). "Requirements analysis: orthodoxy, fundamentalism and heresy", Requirements Engineering - social and technical issues, Academic Press, London.
  5. MURDOCH J., MCDERMID J.A., ASTLEY K., WILKINSON P. (2000). "Modelling Engineering Design Processes With Role Activity Diagrams", Journal of Integrated Design and Process Science, June 2000, Vol. 4, No. 2, 64.
  6. OULD, M.A. (1995). "Business Processes - modelling and analysis for re-engineering and improvement", Wiley. ISBN 978-0471953524.
  7. WARBOYS, B. (1989). "The IPSE 2.5 Project: Process Modelling as a Basis for a Support Environment", Proceedings of the First International Conference on System Development Environments and Factories SDEF1, May 1989, Berlin, Pitman 1990.
  8. WARBOYS, B., KAWALEK P., ROBERTSON I., GREENWOOD M. (1999). "Business Information Systems - a process approach", McGraw-Hill, Maidenhead. ISBN 978-0077094645.

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