Role Modellers Empowering communities

Your one stop shop for better local living, sponsored by the Royal Society of Arts

Role Modellers is a not-for-profit social enterprise founded in 2001 to empower use for social good of new collaborative work theory.

The theory originated in UK government sponsored research [1], was refined and extended over the next 15 years by Keith Harrison-Broninski, and finally published as the theory of Human Interaction Management [2,4] and associated change management methodology Goal-Oriented Organizational Design [3,4].

Prototyping of first flagship product HumanEdj as a desktop application began in 2005, and was beta tested by over 300 organizations in order to perfect its unique architecture. In 2010 the Web application emerged from R&D.

In 2012, Gartner recognized Role Modellers as a Cool Vendor. In 2014 HumanEdj was adopted for large-scale use by the UK National Health Service as NHS GATHER.

Backed by the RSA, Role Modellers now offers the new service Town Digital Hub, your one stop shop for better local living, sponsored by the Royal Society of Arts.

1. 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
2. HARRISON-BRONINSKI K., 2005, "Human Interactions - The Heart and Soul of Business Process Management", Meghan-Kiffer Press, ISBN 978-0929652443
3. HARRISON-BRONINSKI K., 2011, "Change Management Processes" in "Social BPM: Work, Planning and Collaboration Under the Impact of Social Technology", Workflow Management Coalition, ISBN 978-0-981987-08-8
4. BROCKE J., ROSEMANN M., 2014, "Handbook on Business Process Management 2: Strategic Alignment, Governance, People and Culture (2nd edition)", Springer. ISBN 978-3-642-45102-7

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