KRAMS: An Implementation of Key Result Areas Monitoring System for the College Division (Academics) of Southville International School and Colleges

  • Jannine Victoria V. Mayuga
  • Southville International School and Colleges
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  • In the Information Age, Key Result Areas (KRAs) are commonly used for business performance measurement to monitor and improve the organization in a competitive way. It is important to have defined KRAs that are correlated with all the departments, for the executives to make evaluations from a whole group point of view, and the unique KRAs for specific strategies and goals of each department (Shen, 2013). Since KRAs are an important aspect of an organization, it should be delivered timely and analyzed in an in-depth manner through a straightforward presentation of data. Analytics deliver insights that allow organizations to make better business decisions. Through automated KRAs, an organization can capture the most updated data as soon as the data is inserted into the system's database. The study, positioned at an institutional level, will be the starting point of the development for an inter- institutional KRA monitoring system that will collate all data in real-time. As the title of the study indicates, the focus of this study is a monitoring system for the College Division for Academics of SISC. As a solution to the resource inefficient manual process of creating a final report that is the summarization of all data from different sections of the institution, this study aims to develop and implement a web-based monitoring system that is time-efficient and business-effective and is aligned with the goals and strategies of the institution. Through various interviews and continuous development, an interlaced data structure with a user-friendly interface for the end-users to input and analyze data was created.

  • KRA, monitoring system, process improvement