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ERIC Number: ED123768
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1976-Apr-21
Pages: 6
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Utilization of Information Provided by the Wisconsin Management System.
Rossmiller, Richard A.
The management system developed by the Wisconsin Center for Cognitive Learning (CCL) is useful to principal investigators of individual projects for proposal development, project management, and project reporting, as well as to the CCL management for program planning, program management, and reporting to funding agencies. The system aids proposal development by requiring principal investigators to identify products that will result from an activity and the processes required for that activity. It aids project management by generating monthly or bimonthly budget reports for the principal investigator. By providing detailed accounting and staffing information, the system makes preparation of project progress reports relatively simple. The system is equally useful to the CCL management for program planning as it is for principal investigators. Because the system can provide fiscal reports at nearly any desired level of detail, it also aids program management at the centerwide level. Likewise, the variety of detailed information provided on each project makes it fairly easy for the CCL management to prepare quarterly progress reports for funding agencies on any or all of the center's programs. (Author/JG)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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