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WorldCIST'19 - 7th World Conference on Information Systems and Technologies

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Web-based Executive Dashboard

Public sector clients are responsible for multitude of construction projects, and each of these organizations deal with a multitude of projects every year. Hence, executives and top-managers are overloaded with projects’ information and this issue possibly reduce their efficiency in the process of monitoring and control as well as their decision making. By adopting an executive dashboarding approach from business into construction, busy managers can have a quick view of projects’ performance and their up-to-date status with adequate attention to more sensitive or problematic ones. An extensive literature review was conducted to study the dashboards in business and to identify the information needs of executives in client organizations. By means of interviews with executives and conducting questionnaire-based surveys, the important categories and subcategories of information required for executive dashboards were distinguished and importance of them were identified. Finally, based on the previous researches as well as the results of the interviews and questionnaire surveys, a conceptual framework, a standard input form and a schematic view of the executive dashboard system has been proposed

Nelson Salgado
PUCE
Ecuador

 


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