This paper is about gathering the measurement data and making an effectiveness results to assist decision-making process to evaluate the level of the organizational goals achievement. In order to achieve this aim, we designed GOAL framework as a platform represents five steps for domain experts and entrepreneurs to identify the relevant organizational data to assist decision-making process in relation to the organizational goals. The aim of this paper concentrates on the design of this framework. GOAL framework associated with the organizational goals ontology aim to identify the dependency relationship between organizational goals and dependency relationship between organizational data and organizational goals. Metrics is defined for this dependency to identify which organizational data is relevant to the organizational goals. The framework is flexible to change without affecting things around because the framework is applicable in any organizational data with different organizational goals.
Tengku Izhar, T.A., Torabi, T. and Bhatti, M.I. (2017), "An ontology-based goal framework to evaluate the level of the organizational goals achievement", International Journal of Organization Theory & Behavior, Vol. 20 No. 2, pp. 193-236. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJOTB-20-02-2017-B003Download as .RIS
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