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Development of a management information system at South Bank Polytechnic

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3 Author(s)
Perry, P. ; South Bank Polytech., London, UK ; Payne, C. ; Geddes, T.

The prospect of wholly independent status for South Bank Polytechnic in the late 1980s, responsible for its own finance, property and personnel, gave considerable motivation towards improving management structures and information systems. The Peat Marwick McLintock analysis of the overall management information needs of the Polytechnic identified the interrelationship of five information sources: staff, students (enrolment and applications), resources (finance), space and curriculum. The Management Information System under development reflects this with an additional component called Performance Indicators, which is generated within the system

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Computing & Control Engineering Journal  (Volume:2 ,  Issue: 1 )