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Motivation as a leadership
Jirát, Tomáš ; Fiedler, Jiří (advisor) ; Horáková, Jana (referee)
This thesis deals with the concept of motivation as a leadership for its use in people management. The work is contains two main parts. The first part is called a literature review and describe all the information that is needed for an understanding of the topic. Literature research provides information on leadership, motivation, managers, and their functions and also about motivational theories. It also explains the concepts like stimulus, motive and motivation disorders. The second part is practical. It is trying to confirm the theoretical knowledge in practice. Describes selected companies and five experienced managers who work in these companies. Managers were asked to answer a dozen open questions on the subject of motivation as a way of leading people. Since it is managers at different positions and from different companies, their answers are compared with each other and commented. The summary is drawn from a comparison of theoretical knowledge with the experience of managers.
The Importance of Manager´s Communication
Endlerová, Eliška ; Horáková, Jana (advisor) ; Fiedler, Jiří (referee)
This thesis focuses on an important part of running an organization. The importance of communication elements for working executives. Communication is vital and one of the most important components of management. The work is divided into theoretical and practical part. In the first part of the text they are defined concepts such as management and its level manager's personality and his style of work, communication and its distribution channels, social responsibility and ethical principles. Literary literature search is a theoretical part which was prepared on the basis of both of appropriate literature. The practical part is devoted to the research. Directed interviews with managers of different positions addressed the company. Is to analyze the communication between superiors and subordinates. The basis for this research is a list of answers managers of different jobs in the organization. The answers of respondents were recorded in the pre-prepared questionnaire. These responses led to the creation of the final assessment and conclusion. The aim is to determine how large the importance of communication to managers in their work.
The Importance of a Delegation for an Effective Management
Borková, Magdaléna ; Horáková, Jana (advisor) ; Fiedler, Jiří (referee)
This bachleor thesis is focused on delegation in management practice and its importace for effectively managing a company. The thesis is divided into two parts. The first one is theoretical and is based on the study of related literature. In that part, are the terms like structure of organisation, managerial roles, functions and finally delegation on its own, described more closely. In the second part is my own research which is based on basic method of quality research, which is a direct interview. The research for this thesis was conducted on a selected subject and the results were thoroughly processed and interpreted. In the end of this thesis, based on the results, are conducted and recommended some measures, which can help for better and more effectiveness of the company.
Importance of communication elements for management
Valeš, Jan ; Fiedler, Jiří (advisor) ; Stanislav, Stanislav (referee)
This thesis deals with the importance of communication elements for managerial activities. It focuses on the various forms and types of communication, identifies the specific elements that occur in the communication process of managers and determines the specific communication barriers that managers face. Formally, this thesis is divided into two parts. The first part consists of the theoretical background and the current state of the problem and the following part contains the own work based on primary research. Data for the research have been obtained from selected respondents who have participated on the survey. Subsequently, findings have been evaluated in order to determine the importance of the managerial communication elements to their work, meaning and use forms of communication, content of communication as well as communication channels.
Importance of communication elements for management
Holeček, Petr ; Fiedler, Jiří (advisor) ; Stanislav, Stanislav (referee)
The thesis deals with communication in managerial practice. The aim is to identify the importance managers attach to specific elements of communication. Each of us sees communications as natural and normal activity. However, communication should always correspond to what purpose is served and what style should be used. In conjunction with the management of activities is already communicating on a higher level with its specific aspects. Now setting effective communication is essential for the operation of the company, which alone can compete. Communication is also also an important part of company activities, since it is managerial communication significantly affects not only the prosperity of the company and its operations, but also employee satisfaction and the ability to motivate and to achieve the goals. Managerial communication also helps to manage communications managers and develop their skills. Outputs, which can be obtained by processing data can serve seam managers involved in the research, using data which we obtained via questionnaire. They can then apply not only in their work but also for other workers in the company.
Motivation as a leadership
Dalešická, Blanka ; Fiedler, Jiří (advisor)
The primary mission of the thesis ''Motivation as a leadership'' is to put forward basic management terms and concepts, and describe motivational strategies used by managers in practice. The dissertation is divided into several sections. The first one describes the elementary concepts of management and leadership in our culture. The section primarily focuses on management theory and motivational incentives needed to lead people. The following section describes motivational techniques in terms of psychology, and what their implications are in practical use. In the practical part which is created using the methodology of guided interview, five pre-selected senior managers and employers were assigned thirteen identical questions for the purpose of studying leadership in practice. The introduction of individual personalities and operations of their businesses is followed by a comparison. The information obtained from the comparison is contrasted with the theoretical data and a subjective view resulting from the assessment will be presented in the conclusion.
Influence of communication elements on interpersonal behaviour
Rosendorfská, Žaneta ; Fiedler, Jiří (advisor) ; Stanislav, Stanislav (referee)
This dissertation deals with the topic of the influence of communications elements on interpersonal role of manager. One of the managers priority skills is to be able to use communication that serves as the main tool for managing follow-up activities and creates early his entire workload. The dissertation is composed of two parts. Theoretical concepts such as management, managers roles and functions, forms of communication and the use of communication in the managers work are explained by a study of academic literature in the first part of the dissertation. The practical part of the dissertation is based on qualitative research using a questionnaire aimed at managers in the chosen organization Service Centre for Road Transport. This method was chosen because of the possibility of gaining a large amount of information and data in a very short period of time, maintaining anonymity and speed in analysing the information obtained. Outputs are evaluated and graphically processed.
Importance of communication elements for management
Fidlerová, Iveta ; Fiedler, Jiří (advisor) ; Stanislav, Stanislav (referee)
The importance of communication elements for management is a diploma thesis consisting of two parts: literary recherche, and pratictal part. The first part is about mastering theory and knowledge of the given matters. The literary recherche sets the matter within a broader theory frame - human communication and management chapter. These chapters are dealt with from general definitions to more specific work interdepartmental communication, manager's aptitude etc. The second part is practical. For its purposes a quiestionnaire covering the contents of the literary recherche was formed. This questionnaire was given to 33 respondents performing managerial roles in the researched company. The overall conclusion was based on the respondents' answers.
Importance of communication elements for management
Stěhulová, Eva ; Fiedler, Jiří (advisor) ; Petr, Petr (referee)
Communication used as a means of creating and maintaining interpersonal relationships in both personal and professional spheres. The art of communication is important for everyone but for managers is one of the pillars of their work. The better communicate with colleagues the better the results that they and their teams are doing. Transmission, processing and storage of information are the fundamental processes for effective internal communication. Proper internal communication is used as a tool for meeting the objectives of the company based on quality transmission of information. The dissertation is focused on the significance of the key elements of communication affecting the performance of management activities based on study of scientific literature and research in the practical part. Outputs obtained by processing the results of the research questionnaires can be used to develop communication skills of executives and to improve the way information transfer towards subordinates.
The Motivation as a Leadership
Mudruňka, Jan ; Horáková, Jana (advisor) ; Fiedler, Jiří (referee)
Abstract This bachelor thesis deals with the topic of Motivation as a way of keeping people. In the theoretical part is through the help of key words a reader familiar with the concepts of manager, management the role, management functions, leadership, incentive mechanism, participation, motivation the program benefits. After getting acquainted with these concepts, which are further developed and properly explained it is compiled by a questionnaire consisting of 13 questions dealing with motivation and benefits in the workplace. The questionnaire is submitted to the selected five managers. The three owners or co- owners private companies, the remaining two are employed in the public sector. With the questionnaire were brought to the attention of the three women and two men. The individual answers have been commenting and at the end summarized into a single conclusion. From this conclusion it follows that the motivational processes and benefits in individual organisations are set up similarly and that the best motivator is financial reward, or the public praise. Furthermore, it was found: managers prefer individual approach to leadership, a good team and the pleasant environment of the employees want rather than some of the other motivators. Last but not least can from the responses of most managers sense that you may want a the personal development of the employees, but only in a given field. Part of the managers do not agree with the further education of employees due to concerns about competition. The male part of the managers used a rather shorter sharper the answer to the question, the staff applies a rather authoritative way of leadership, while the female part of the managers was rather longer and more sentence. From the responses it is apparent that women apply to their employees rather democratic style of leadership. Key words: Manager, managerial role, managerial functions, leadership, incentive mechanism, participation, incentive program, benefits

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