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|Title:||Supporting university decision making system. Сase study: Science and innovation block|
Система поддержки принятия управленческих решений в университете на примере группы процессов «Наука и инновации»
|Authors:||Garanin, M. A.|
Sandler, D. G.
|Publisher:||LLC Ecological Help|
|Citation:||Garanin M. A. Supporting university decision making system. Сase study: Science and innovation block / M. A. Garanin, D. G. Sandler. — DOI 10.32744/pse.2020.3.38 // Perspektivy Nauki i Obrazovania. — 2020. — Vol. 45. — Iss. 3. — P. 527-543.|
|Abstract:||One of the main areas of a modern university’s activity is a group of processes related to scientific research and innovation. According to the concept of “University 4.0,” a modern university is the center of the space for introducing innovations and developing territories. The concept of “University 4.0” provides for increased requirements for the quality of university management. Based on the methods of modelling, analysis, synthesis, the existing support system for making managerial decisions at the university is investigated. In the course of the study, a comprehensive management decision-making support system for the management of the Science and Innovation business process was developed, including a university management model with separation of management and administration procedures, a methodology for assessing the economic efficiency of innovative projects, and an information management support decision-making system. The developed management decision support system has been tested at the university while managing the Science and Innovation business process, proving its effectiveness. It is proposed to create a single intersectoral information and management platform “Science – Production – Operation”. © 2020 LLC Ecological Help. All rights reserved.|
BUSINESS BLOCK MANAGEMENT MODEL
DECISION MAKING SUPPORT SYSTEM
MANAGEMENT DECISION MAKING
SCIENCE AND INNOVATION BUSINESS BLOCK
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