(Received 21 January 2004; accepted 23 July 2004)
Published Online: 2004
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The statutory objectives of a university include teaching, research, and community development. The major assets employed in the attainment of these objectives include man, money, materials, and time. Man, who serves as the major driver of the other assets, has three components, namely academic staff, administrative staff, and technical staff. An essential management function is the evaluation of the academic staff of the university in order to determine their contributions to the aims and objectives of the university. In this study, a knowledge base system has been developed for the evaluation of the performance of human resources in a university environment, with emphasis on the academic staff component. The system, christened HURES, is developed in a Microsoft Access and Visual Basic 6.0 environment. A case study of the academic staff of a university community is carried out in order to demonstrate the practicality of the system.
University of Calgary, Calgary,
Federal University of Technology, Akure,
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