IB-CUE - Theoretical Concept and Implementation Aspects for a Software-based Information System for Innovative Budgeting in a Competitive University Environment

Korthaus, Axel ; Aleksy, Markus ; Bayer, Ingo ; Dickopp, Tilo

Document Type: Conference or workshop publication
Year of publication: 2004
Book title: IT innovation in a changing world : proceedings of the 10th International Conference of European University Information Systems, Bled, Slovenia, June 29 - July 2, 2004
The title of a journal, publication series: Proceedings of the 10th International Conference of European University Information Systems (EUNIS 2004) : IT Innovation in a Changing World
Page range: 147-155
Publisher: Mahnic, Viljan
Place of publication: Ljubljana
Publishing house: EUNIS
ISBN: 961-6209-46-9
Publication language: English
Institution: Business School > Wirtschaftsinformatik III (Schader 1991-2015, Em)
Business School > Dekanat Betriebswirtschaftslehre
Subject: 330 Economics
Subject headings (SWD): Informationssystem , Universität
Abstract: The current situation state-owned German universities have to cope with is characterized by a change process, which is induced by declining public finances and, consequentially, increasing competition. A prerequisite to emerging victorious from this process is that the university builds up a high profile even on the schools' level, which can only be achieved by developing new means of resource distribution in order to stimulate the schools' performance output and other goal-oriented efforts. Therefore, a new goal-oriented budgeting system is needed, and a corresponding information system has to be developed to support the new approach and to guarantee its acceptance and practicability.|In our paper, we first describe such a new conceptual approach to budget planning and allocation on the schools' level, which promotes autonomy and goal-orientation and provides incentives in order to optimize the performance and innovation outputs. Subsequently, we focus on the design and implementation of a software application system, which realizes computer support for this approach. An object-oriented UML model and the discussion of selected design decisions provide background information about a stand-alone prototype implementation that already exists. We provide an analysis of different design and implementation aspects concerning a layered architecture for the final software product and the evolution of the prototype to become a distributed application.|

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