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Relations between forms of processing and a rate of realization of strategic plans
Hauschke, David ; Perlín, Radim (advisor) ; Miškovský, Josef (referee)
Nowadays, there is quite a lot of attention dedicated to strategic planning in Czechia. This process is ended by a document which should indicate the direction of the area's development. A strategic plan is the document of a territorial development which is processed by municipalities and regions. To be able to fulfill the purpose of the strategic plan, it is necessary to use the document - which means to put projects approved in the document into practice. The strategic plan is processed in two basic ways - community method of processing and expert method of processing. The main purpose of this writing is to identify if one of these methods leads to a better success rate of the document. The success rate is indicated by the bigger amount of implemented projects or activities and also by a positive change in defined area which could not be possible to achieve with no strategic plan. The principal hypothesis is that community method of processing leads to the better success rate of the document. This hypothesis is based on concepts of social and human capital as well as on social networks which underline cooperation and the ability of consensus. Another no less important feature is the concept of governance because it stresses that citizens are involved in governance and their opinions matter....
Development potential of parts of municipalities on example of Police nad Metují
Hauschke, David ; Bednářová, Hana (advisor) ; Perlín, Radim (referee)
Czech settlement system is known for a large number of small municipalities and there are discussions about limited possibilities for their development or even the integration of small municipalities. But there is lack of discussion about problems of parts of municipalities. This bachelor work describes development problems of parts of municipalities. These problems are often similar as development problems of small municipalities. The main hypothesis of this thesis is that development pottential is influenced by population size. This hypothesis was verified by quantitative analysis of available data and by own observation in the parts of municipalities. In the case of Police nad Metují this hypothesis was proved. Powered by TCPDF (

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