HRM Dashboard Development: A Comparative Study of Universities Data Model
Business intelligence supports decision makers by real-time analytical reporting. Managerial dashboards are particular part of BI system visualize the most significant criteria measuring how organizations achieve their objectives. University as a complex human service provider organization can utilize dashboards to load and aggregate data from its large variety of data sources ranging from applications such Kardex, course submission, and education systems to social networks such as twitter. Data modeling is the first stage of this process followed by analysis, and trends recognition, and future scenario planning. Although massive BI literature studies, there is a relative lack of university data modeling practices. Through a comparative study of several top ranked universities, this article tries to figure out a simple approach toward dashboard developing. Findings determine steps required in dashboard construction, and modeling dimensions, and data illustration, and simple user interface navigation. The result exposes relationships between mentioned steps and contributes to university dashboard developing process.
Index Terms - Business intelligence, Dashboard, Data model, Human resource, visualization