Academic organisational funding framework
This dataset adopts a pragmatic approach, integrating the National Implementation Research Network Framework (NIRN) and complexity theory. By developing a predictive framework, it aims to manage the transition of qualifications sustainably, considering the workload of academic staff and the institution's organizational structure. This framework facilitates accurate resource planning during the phase-in and phase-out of programs, ensuring financial viability and aligning human resources with budget allocations.
The introduction of an Academic Organisational Funding Framework (AOFF) represents a significant advancement in academic administration. It streamlines financial management within institutions, fostering transparency and strategic planning. The AOFF's adaptability makes it valuable beyond its original context, offering assistance to universities in enhancing financial transparency, resource allocation, and decision-making processes. For this reasons it indicates that implementing the Higher Education Qualification Sub-Framework (HEQSF) Act at a University of Technology necessitates a comprehensive understanding of its impact on academic structure.
Department/UnitEducation Management, Law and Policy
Sustainable Development Goals
- 4 Quality Education