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Use of Current Didactic Methods in Employee Education in Organizations
Rauchová, Kristýna ; Gruber, Jan (advisor) ; Baumgartner, František (referee)
5 ABSTRACT This thesis aims to analyse the application of current didactic methods to staff education. The main point of departure for its theoretical section have been several studies treating current didactic methods; the empirical research rests on monitoring and comparison and contrasting of the theory posited by the Design Sprint method with its use in practice. First, the aims and formats of staff education are defined. Next, individual didactic methods are outlined. Eventu- ally, we look at how Design Sprint methods are adjusted in real-life scenarios, by monitoring staff education in an organisation. KEYWORDS lector, corporate learning, trends in adult education learning, adult education learning, organi- zation, adult education methods, gamification, design sprint, experience education
Participation of the Second Generation of Vietnamese in the Czech Republic in Education at Universities
Van, Dominik ; Kopecký, Martin (advisor) ; Gruber, Jan (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the participation of the second generation of Vietnamese in higher education and its broader context. First, it focuses on the history of Vietnamese migration to the Czech lands, their ethnic identity and values. It also deals with the differences between the values of the minority and the values of the majority society and especially the participation of second-generation Vietnamese in higher education. The aim of the work is to identify selected facts (language and cultural barriers, stereotypes) that they encounter during formal education at universities, and to find out what are the views of young adult Vietnamese - university students - on the perceived differences in their education compared to ordinary students, who are not members of a national minority. A qualitatively oriented empirical survey, which is conducted in the form of interviews, focuses on the analysis and interpretation of the motives of second-generation Vietnamese in the Czech Republic to participate in education, obstacles encountered in accessing education, and ways to overcome them. Keywords: education, second generation, Vietnamese, universities, values, stereotypes, ethnic identity
Mentoring of Pastors at Church of the Brethren
Mudrová, Gabriela ; Šerák, Michal (advisor) ; Gruber, Jan (referee)
This thesis explores concept of mentoring among pastors of the Church of the Brethren denomination in the Czech republic. The text is divided into four chapters. Individual chapters first introduce the basic terminology, theoretical and historical definition of mentoring, participants, key principles and forms of mentoring. Subsequently, attention is focused on the analogues of mentoring in church history, on medieval spiritual accompaniment, on the role of the spiritual and finally on mentoring among preachers, pastors and vicars nowadays. The text also deals with the issue of roles and competencies of the mentor with a focus on the mentor of spiritual workers. Part of this thesis is a quantitative research survey, which examines the practice of mentoring among preachers and vicars of the Church of the Brethren, identifies competences of their mentors and also the key topics of mentoring meetings. Key words: mentoring, mentor, competence, pastor, vicar, spiritual accompaniment
Use of Current Didactic Methods in Employee Education in Organizations
Rauchová, Kristýna ; Gruber, Jan (advisor) ; Šerák, Michal (referee)
This thesis aims to analyse the application of current didactic methods to staff education. The main point of departure for its theoretical section have been several studies treating current didactic methods; the empirical research rests on monitoring and comparison and contrasting of the theory posited by the Design Sprint method with its use in practice. First, the aims and formats of staff education are defined. Next, individual didactic methods are outlined. Eventu- ally, we look at how Design Sprint methods are adjusted in real-life scenarios, by monitoring staff education in an organisation. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Onboarding Process of Filipino Workers in the Organizations Operating in the Czech Republic
Hampl, Radek ; Gruber, Jan (advisor) ; Baumgartner, František (referee)
4 Abstract The bachelor thesis deals with the process of adaptation of Filipinos in organizations operating in the Czech Republic. This thesis aims to analyze problems in the process of adaptation of workers in organizations. The thesis is devoted to the whole adaptation process, different approaches to the adaptation process and its phases are described. The specifics of the Philippine working culture are also presented and compared with the working culture in the Czech Republic. Part of this work is an empirical investigation, which aims to identify problems of adaptation of Filipinos and followed with options for effective adaptation process. The survey was carried out in the form of a semi-structured interview with Filipinos currently working in the Czech Republic. Keywords: onboarding process, expatriate, third world countries, immigration, personnel activities, employment card
Selection of Volunteering Activities in Organizations
Truksová, Tereza ; Záškodná, Helena (advisor) ; Gruber, Jan (referee)
Corporate volunteering as part of corporate social responsibility is gaining in popularity. So far, research has focused on aspects of motivating corporate volunteers or the link between volunteering and social responsibility. The choice of a non-profit organization that the company will support within the framework of corporate volunteering and the activities that are offered to employees to participate are topics that have only been marginally affected by research. Appropriate cooperation with a non-profit organization and the offer of activities are, however, the key to effective volunteering. The research aim of the empirical survey was to find out how companies select non-profit organizations to support in corporate volunteering. The aim was also to identify corporate volunteering activities and communication channels from the perspective of companies and volunteers. The survey was conducted with two groups of respondents, with companies and volunteers. The questionnaire method was used for data collection. Six hypotheses were defined, two of which were confirmed. The results showed that the choice of non-profit organization and activities influence the wishes of employees. Companies select non-profit organizations primarily based on the subject of their activity and most often use manual...
Digitalization of Talent Management
Kaliničenková, Xenie ; Běhounková, Olga (advisor) ; Gruber, Jan (referee)
Digitalization is a topical issue that is dealt with intensity at present. The aim of the diploma thesis is to identify digital elements in a process of talent management in a company. The attention is focused on digitalization and agile management in companies including their influence on personnel activities modernisation, in which framework the conditions and specific process of talent management are considered, in particular identification, acquisition, development, retention and talent utilisation in a company. The thesis is based on foreign research in the field of talent management, digitalization and utilisation of new technologies in personnel management as well as on relevant surveys and concepts of talent management implemented by selected internal and foreign experts. Part of the thesis is an empirical research which is aimed at obtaining and analysing data about an implementation of digital elements in a process of talent identification in big companies from Prague and the Central Bohemia Region. The research is implemented by a method of electronically distributed questionnaires to selected HR specialists and managers in whose competency the field of talent management in these companies is. A supportive qualitative research with the HR managers, using a method of individual interview,...
Ethics in Personnel Agencies
Hudská, Eliška ; Běhounková, Olga (advisor) ; Gruber, Jan (referee)
The aim of the thesis is to analyze the principles of ethical behavior in recruitment agencies. The main starting point is the Code of Ethics of the Association of Personal Services Providers and the Anti-Discrimination Act. The thesis will deal with the issue of ethics and adherence to ethical principles by personnel agencies according to the Code. Furthermore, attention will be paid to legal acts of personnel agencies, services that should serve clients and candidates. The qualitative survey will be conducted in the form of personal and written questioning of representatives of selected personal agencies reporting to the APPS Code of Ethics. Key words: ethics, trust, morality, personnel agencies, labor law, ethics in personnel agencies, anti-discrimination law
Analysis of Happiness Management in Organizations in the Czech Republic
Kotálová, Marie ; Běhounková, Olga (advisor) ; Gruber, Jan (referee)
Analysis of Happiness Management in Organizations in the Czech Republic Bc. Marie Kotálová Abstract: The objective of this thesis is to analyse the forms of happiness management in the Czech republic, focusing on the activities and competencies of happiness managers. Firstly, the premises and psychological origins of happiness management in organisations are discussed. Then, the implementation of happiness management into a business setting is scrutinised, its goals and tools, with due attention given to happiness managers and the position they occupy within their respective organisations. The paper includes a qualitative study in select Czech organisations, which have introduced the position of a happiness manager. A semi-structured interview with these very managers was the method of choice. The aim of the study is the cataloguing and comparison of various happiness management forms; happiness manager activities and responsibilities, as well as their qualifications and competency profiles within the selected organisations. Key words: happiness, happiness at work, positive psychology, happiness management, happiness manager
Impact of Individual Values on Teamwork
Prunerová, Magdaléna ; Běhounková, Olga (advisor) ; Gruber, Jan (referee)
The quality of work performance and cooperation within the team is determined by organizational culture and the values of organization and individuals. Having different values can often lead to conflicts and may also cause decrease in team effectiveness and demotivation. The target of the thesis is to identify the influence of individual values on the team cooperation. To define the types of value orientation of particular team members I shall use the theories of Shalom Schwarz and strengths inventory methods of Ellias H. Porter. A quantitative research realized on a target group of seventy managers of international companies is a part of this thesis. The research is targeting to verify the impact of individual value preferences on employee behavior within team work for the chosen sample of managers. To reach the empirical research a combination of methods of questionnaires and standardized interviews shall be used. Key words: values, organizational behaviour, cooperation, Schwartz, Porter, portrait value survey, Motivational value system

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