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Rotary drive system for living tool
Matyáš, Ondřej ; Marek, Jiří (referee) ; Marek, Tomáš (advisor)
The work shows us the basic division of the rotary náhonové system of CNC machines. The first part of the work of this thesis refers to the fundamental distribution of the Rotational náhonové system, i.e. tool and workpiece. Another part is the distribution according to the method of drive, the rotary actuator and directly driven.
Performance management systems in shared service centers
Martirosyan, Ani ; Matyáš, Ondřej (advisor) ; Knorová, Kateřina (referee)
Abstract Background: This research investigates the role of measurement systems in shared service center, more specifically in the source to settlement stream, which consists of Accounts Payables and Procurement departments. The departments have been chosen because of their importance for the global Computer Science Corporation s.r.o., which is the parent company of Shared Service Center in Prague. The mentioned departments have been chosen for the research because of the process complexity and a big quantity of steps leading to the final result. Any delay of the intermediate steps refrains the whole process completion. Consecutive issues with the completion may bring Corporate Shared Service to the risk of service non-delivery. Methods: Exploring the measurements systems through detailed literature overview, an overview of the departments of Corporate Shared Service, the processes happening in the Accounts Payables and Procurement departments and performance variables measured. Results: Improvements in both, processes taking place and variables being measured, leading to productivity improvement, increase in customer satisfaction and a number of other advantages. Conclusions: Research offer unique insights into the performance measurement systems in a shared service center. There has been no such a targeted research done before for the Accounts Payable and Procurement departments in a shared service center Both quantitative and qualitative variables influencing performance are discussed and suggestions of improvements are made in a feasible manner.
Implementation of the reporting system in a particular company
Pavlová, Tereza ; Matyáš, Ondřej (advisor) ; Fibírová, Jana (referee)
The main concern of this master thesis is the introduction of a new reporting system at EDUA Group, s.r.o. The first goal of the thesis is to analyse the current condition of the reports. Part of this goal is to analyse the company's source systems, controlling, and the reports themselves. The second goal of the thesis was determined thanks to this findings. The second goal is the proposal of the new reports. With this goal are linked the proposals how to improve the current situation in company reporting.
The influence of an organizational structure on an economic structure
Vaníková, Lucie ; Matyáš, Ondřej (advisor) ; Wagner, Jaroslav (referee)
The goal of the diploma thesis is to analyse the influence of an organizational structure on an economic structure of an organization. The theoretical part summarises basic features of responsibility accounting and tries to find out whether the economic structure is determined only by the organizational structure or by more features. The case of a change of the particular company´s organizational structure proves the influence of the organizational structure on the economic structure in practical part.
Customer Profitability Analysis in the Service Industry
Kushnarevich, Olga ; Matyáš, Ondřej (advisor) ; Král, Bohumil (referee)
"Customer Profitability Analysis in the Service Industry" aims to describe the practical application of customer profitability analysis techniques in holding XYZ, which provides ICT services to the hospitality industry. The thesis starts with a theoretical part. It describes several management accounting techniques for measuring customer profitability. The second part of the thesis demonstrates the application of some of these techniques in a real-life environment. Implementing management accounting tools, business processes and changing the accounting data structure are described step by step.
Designing Performance Measurement System for Strategic Optimize-Sourcing Function in the Professional Services Firm
Mysin, Roman ; Wagner, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Matyáš, Ondřej (referee)
The development and application of performance measurement systems for a purchasing function within a professional service company possesses a great challenge for both practitioners and academics. Despite the increasing popularity of this topic, the systems that are currently developed are rarely adequate to be applicable at the business-unit level. Furthermore, the existing productivity measures are predominantly designed to measure performance in industries where the inputs and outputs are both tangible and standardized items. Intangible and non-quantifiable factors of production cannot be reliably measured by manufacturing performance methodologies. Consequently, purchasing professionals seek tools to accurately track purchasing performances and connect it to given business strategies and objectives. This paper aims to develop a design of the performance measurement system that can be applicable onto the optimize-sourcing department of the selected firm of this study. The first section of the paper outlines key performance measurement concepts and establishes a theoretical framework that supports the following research. Subsequent questionnaires and interviews that were conducted with vital stakeholders reveal the flaws of the current performance measurement system. Conclusions derived from the interviews and questionnaires support the findings of extensive literature reviews. In the following chapters, the paper focuses on the development of the new model that overcomes limitations of the model in use. The thesis also lists additional recommendations on the implementation phase of the new model. In the final section, this paper emphasizes the limitations of the proposed model and describes potential challenges related to the implementation phase.
Cause Related Marketing, it's Types and Examples from the Czech Environment
Kalná, Petra ; Dohnalová, Marie (advisor) ; Matyáš, Ondřej (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with Cause Related Marketing as the way of cooperation of a nonprofit organization and commercial company in the Czech environment. The presence of different types of Cause Related Marketing in the Czech Republic was investigated on the basis of the expert typology. My goal is not only to investigate the occurrence of these types, but also to analyze their representation and to determine which type prevails. In the empirical part I present concrete Cause Related Marketing campaigns with focus on their presentation on the websites of nonprofit organizations and their partner companies. Considering the website presentation of this cooperation I look for connections demonstrating the initiative that entities pursue during the campaign. The outcome of the diploma thesis is the research evaluation, recommendations for profit and nonprofit organizations and critical evaluation of this issue.
Saving the Kyselka spa
Erba, Lukáš ; Matyáš, Ondřej (advisor) ; Dohnalová, Marie (referee)
Tématem této práce je kampaň za záchranu lázní Kyselka, kterou vedla "Asociace sdružení pro ochranu a rozvoj kulturního dědictví" a studentská iniciativa "Opravte Kyselku!". Hlavním cílem této práce je prozkoumat tuto kampaň a zjistit, jak se aktivisté občansky angažovali, že se jim podařilo přimět vlastníky k rekonstrukci zchátralých lázní. Práce popisuje a vysvětluje průběh kampaně, ukazuje na jednotlivé strategie aktivistů, snaží se najít nejúspěšnější události a důvody, které stály za úspěchem těchto událostí. Práce je koncipována jako případová studie a k nalezení odpovědí byly použity různé metody: studium různých dokumentů, rozhovory s jednotlivými aktivisty, analýza diskuzí v médiích aj. V závěrečné části jsou zodpovězeny výzkumné otázky a navrženy další možnosti výzkumu.
Marketing focused on employers by supported employment agencies
Iblová, Veronika ; Matyáš, Ondřej (advisor) ; Dohnalová, Marie (referee)
Diploma thesis "Marketing focused on employers by supported employment agencies" deals with marketing environment and tools, which are used by agencies in their effort to place disabled people in the open labour market. The first task is description and comparsion of marketing environment and tools. The next objective is to realese recommendations to this area. The theoretical part is focused on: the employers, long-term unemployment of disabled people, principals of supported employment service and marketing theories of nonprofit organizations. In my qualitative research I used following technics: interviews, analysis of documents and comparison. First: I compared two agencies from Rumburk and Liberec. Second: I compared three agencies from Prague. In the last part of my thesis I listed the same and the different components of the five agencies. Conclusions, recommendations and discussion are based on achieved surveys. Keywords: supported employment agencies, marketing of nonprofit organizations, marketing environment, marketing tools, employers.
Social Capital of Civil Society Organizations: Interorganizational Relations Across All Sectors
Jirků, Zdeňka ; Matyáš, Ondřej (advisor) ; Šťovíčková Jantulová, Magdaléna (referee)
SYNOPSIS The diploma thesis deals with social capital of Civil Society Organizations, which is introduced here as a strategy for achieving the objectives and mission of Civil Society Organizations through networking and building relations with key players in their surroundings. Through the example of Civil Society Organizations providing services in Tábor the diploma thesis provides insight into the problematic of creation and maintenance of interorganizational relations with stakeholders across all sectors and therefore building external social capital of organizations. The theories of social capital and interorganizational relations with regard to the specifications of Civil Society Organizations are presented in the theoretical part of this thesis. The research part presents findings based on qualitative research, which was conducted through semi-structured interviews with representatives of Civil Society Organizations. The findings and results are and summarized in the conclusion.

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