Self-service Business Intelligence for Higher Education Management

@inproceedings{Zilli2014SelfserviceBI,
  title={Self-service Business Intelligence for Higher Education Management},
  author={Dejan Zilli},
  year={2014}
}
Higher education institution management faces the challenge of improving study process quality and efficiency. Employable graduates are the result every education institution wishes to produce. Graduation rate is therefore crucial key performance indicator (KPI) important in many national models of financing higher education institutions. To achieve performance improvements of institution undergraduate retention rate has to be measured and analysed. Unfinished coursework indicates problems in… CONTINUE READING

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