— This concept paper contextualize human capital of the Self’s to an arbitrary financial balance sheet within the Johari Window dimension from the Self’s progressive investment in education and experiences to advance its skill. Two main drivers for enhancing human capital are offered: instructional pedagogy direction that stimulates critical thinking and motivating learning from various perspectives. Using the SEE-I paradigm, presentation favours graduates’ need of financial economics decisions capability certification (FEDC) to enhance their employability. An order of discussion citing published sources had aroused an opportunity for FEDC with witnesses and proxies lending prospect for success and criteria that focus on critical learning.
— Balance sheet, certification, human capital, Johari Window, SEE-I.
The authors are with Universiti Sains Malaysia (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, Hazri@usm.my).
Cite: Matthew Goldman Kimher Lim and Hazri Jamil, " Certification Paradigm of Johari Window Human Capital," International Journal of Innovation, Management and Technology vol. 4, no. 3, pp. 303-312, 2013.