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The Development of Franchising in the Czech Market
Skořepová, Štěpánka ; Šálková, Daniela (advisor) ; Jaroslav, Jaroslav (referee)
The purpose of this bachelor thesis is to find out if it is possible to start a new successful franchise bussines in the fast food sector in the Czech Republic. It is a sector where a large number of strong franchise businesses are already operating. The theoretical part of the thesis presents general information on franchising with main focus on the establishment of franchised business and cooperation within the business. In the practical part of the thesis an existing gastronomic business Amour et Crepes is introduced. It is a company that has been operating in the fast food sector for a couple of years and is currently considering to expand its business through the method of franchising. On the basis of the conducted analysis an economic efficiency is assessed for both the Amour et Crepes as a potential franchisor and the future franchisee. It is further assessed what are the pros and cons and risk factors of franchise as a method of a business development for Amour et Crepes. The conclusion part of the thesis includes recommendation whether franchising is the right method for Amour et Crepes´s business development.
Post-project analysis of the Vamberk motorway bypass
Muchová, Kamila ; Martiš, Miroslav (advisor) ; Jaroslav, Jaroslav (referee)
Transportation is a sector that is currently experiencing a great deal of development. Project realization and subsequent operations on a newly built structures may impact various parts of environment. This thesis is inspecting the post-project analysis of the Vamberk motorway bypass. It is focused mainly on the comparison of the EIA pre-project impact predictions and the actual post-project aftermaths. The objective is to examine the EIA process and the assessment of the EIA documentation. Furthermore, the road situation of the Vamberk is evaluated based on the traffic intensity data. The first part of this thesis explains the general concepts associated with the aforementioned issue. The second part describes the characteristics of the examided area - Vamberk and sorroundings. Finally, the process of post-project analysis is described in the methodical section. This section describes the process used in EIA documentation assessment, means by which EIA-based condition performance is evaluated and lastly it presents the statements of subjects involved. Gathered data were compiled into a generalized methodical recommendations for use in further post-project analyses, as no uniform framework for this purpose exists
The Human Development System in the Organisation
Kohoutková, Adéla ; Urbancová, Hana (advisor) ; Jaroslav, Jaroslav (referee)
Topic of this thesis is Human Development System in the Organisation. Main objective is to identify and evaluate current development of HR in ABC, a.s. Development of human resource is part of human resource management. It includes training, talent management, career planing and competence management. In practical part of this thesis was analysed HR development in ABC, a.s., based on research and there are desined improvements for current situation. When were searching for suitable recommendations were taken into account primarily the views of employees obtained quantitative research and the trends in this area. Suggested is the introduction of interactive methods of education, implementation of program Action learning and webinary.
Evaluation of the Business Plan in Beer Production
Uhl, Daniel ; Kovářová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Jaroslav, Jaroslav (referee)
This diploma thesis is focused on evaluation of innovative plan after two years from start up in selected company in beer market in the Czech Republic. The innovation consisted in upgrade of can line. Evaluation of the situation in domestic market with beer in period before upgrade of the filling line was done in the first part of the thesis. The part deals with consumer preferences buying beer in different packaging types in off - trade in years 2010 - 2013 with focus on can segment. And with risk analysis associated with the modernization, which could jeopardize the business plan. In the second part were evaluated methods and results of financial analysis used by company when made the investment decision. The financial analysis was calculated based on estimated sales of beer and beermixes sold in cans. In the final part was evaluated situation in domestic market with beer in period after the modernization of filling line. Beer sales in consumer's packaging in the years 2010 - 2015 was evaluated and financial analysis was actualised based on achieved operating results.
Analysis of changes of households expenditures in CR
Muchová, Hana ; Svatošová, Libuše (advisor) ; Jaroslav, Jaroslav (referee)
The subject of this thesis is the analysis of household expenditures changes (families with two parents and one-parent families) in the Czech Republic based on CZ-COICOP. The theoretical part includes types of Czech households, (in)completeness of families, existing findings on the management of Czech households with children and the way how Czech Statistical Office uses to collect and analyze data, terms like income or expenditure of households and classification of individual consumption by purpose. The practical part consists of evolution of revenue and expenditure of full and not full families witch children in the years 2004-2015, based on CZ-COICOP. Income and expenditures are evaluated not only in real terms, but even more thanks index which shows proportions of every section of expenditure to total household consumption. Last charter is about index of price ganges in European Union during year 2015.
Analysis of tourism in selected region
Tomancová, Eva ; Svatošová, Libuše (advisor) ; Jaroslav, Jaroslav (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the analysis of the evolution of tourism in the region Český ráj. Using time series methods there are analysed following indicators: traffic domestic and foreign visitors in collective tourist accommodation establishments, number of overnight visitors, the average number of overnight visitors, capacity of collective accommodation and attendance selected tourist objects Českého ráje. Individual indicators are constructed extrapolated prognosis future development for the years 2015 on the basis of exponential compensation in the program STATISTICA 10.
Organisation Culture and its Role in Process of Employees Recruitment in Organisation
Kašparová, Kristýna ; Urbancová, Hana (advisor) ; Jaroslav, Jaroslav (referee)
Recently, the lack of high-quality workers has increased, and therefore companies have to expend considerable resources to recruit them. Except for financial side, job applicant is interested in setting of the company, relationships at workplace, and values held by the organisation. Especially organisational culture can be a good motivation for employee who would want to work in a specific company. For obtaining required information, the analysis of technical literature and technical articles has been made as well as the basic concepts relating to the issue were explained. Moreover the method of questioning using survey was applied which was aimed at employees of the chosen company. In addition to that a semi-structure interview with a personal manager of the company was carried out. Given the research results, there were suggested the recommendations for improvement during process of employees recruitment and for motivating potential employees by organisational culture as well as it was suggested to accept another employee for personnel department. The aim of this thesis was to identify components of organisational culture and to evaluate how organisational culture influences the process of recruitment employees in a chosen organisation. The recommendations for corrective measures were processed in the final part of thesis.
Economic assessment of the financing possibilities of the company cars for the selected company
Dvořáková, Nicolette ; Svatoš, Miroslav (advisor) ; Jaroslav, Jaroslav (referee)
This thesis covers the topic of loan and lease financing. Its basis is the economic assessment of the selected financing options. The attention is first paid to the principle of leasing and credit, the historical development of both forms of financing and the current situation in the leasing market in the Czech Republic. In the Theoretical solutions part of the thesis the pros and cons of leasing and credit financing are being discussed. This section is concluded with a chapter about Czech Leasing and Financial Association. The analytical part of the thesis evaluates the selected financing trends. It introduces Robert Bosch odbytova s.r.o. company, which is characterized as a lessee of the leased asset or as a company interested in a loan. Furthermore, this part refers to Skoda Auto a.s. and Hyundai Motor Czech s.r.o., companies which supplied configuration for Skoda Octavia and Hyundai i30. The aim is to compare leasing and credit as funding sources. The conclusion summarizes and evaluates the obtained results and gives recommendations for the effective financing for the company Robert Bosch odbytova s.r.o.
Ability of dogs to discriminate human odor exposed to chemical detergent
Čajágiová, Martina ; Vyplelová, Petra (advisor) ; Jaroslav, Jaroslav (referee)
In the recherche part of our thesis we familiarize ourselves with the human odor, theories of its origin, definition, anatomy of human skin and odors, composition of individual human odors and with odor secretion. We also look closer on the topics of odor absorbent and its use in the world, the transmission of odors to odor sensors and securing of scents. This section of our thesis discusses the resistance and survival abilities of odor, scent identification method and its history, organic acids, and defines the application of laundry detergents and ultrasonic washers. Aim of our thesis was to verify the relevance of the use of chemical detergents in the purification process when working with scents. We tried to verify the ability of detergents to degrade the human scent on odor absorbents to such an extent, that specially trained dogs would not be able to identify it. Our experiment was following a precise determination methodology. In the first phase samples were collected from the hands of targeted persons to a scent carrier - a metal cylinder (extirpate odour), by one researcher. In the second phase samples were collected from the body to a textile carrier, by another researcher. The metal scent carriers were processed. Some of them were left as they were (control sample) and some were exposed to chemical detergents with and without usage of an ultrasonic washer. In the experiment where we tried to identify the odour samples, six bitches of German shepherd were used. They were specially trained for odour identification. Each dog was let three times to identify the target scent exposed to a detergent and three times to identify the target scent not exposed to a detergent. Target smell was randomly deposited between other samples and its position was changed, so that the handler did not know its position and thus was unable to affect the work of his dog. The indicator of positive identification was a sign the dogs were taught - to sit or lay in front of a sample. Any dog was unable to identify the scent which was exposed to chemical detergent and all dogs identify the scent unexposed to a chemical detergent. Our experiment has shown that the use of chemical detergents in the purification process when working with scents is relevant to the degradation of individual human scent.
Ability of specially trained dogs to detect human scent which was exposed to different weather conditions over a long period
Machová, Lucie ; Vyplelová, Petra (advisor) ; Jaroslav, Jaroslav (referee)
Survivability of human scent was observed by many scientists mainly in artificial conditions (Hudson et al., 2009; Santariová et al. 2012; Preti et al., 2006). Against this exists a few researches about survivability of human scent in nature conditions (King et al., 1964; Santariová et al., 2016). On glass tubes were taken individual humant scent from 6 volunteers. Target scents were left outdoor during 2 different periods of year. Winter samples from 3 target people were outdoor from November to May and summer samples from other 3 people from May to December. Always after 3, 4, 5 a 6 months was taken scent from 1 glass tube of each target person. After last time period was taken scent from target people on cotton textile. Scent of other volunteer was taken at the same time for purpose scent deceptions. Then was observed if dogs will be able to identify these samples corectly. Specially trained dogs on scent identification line-ups get sample from outdoor environment and they should choose the identical human scent from line of 6 samples (with 1 target and 5 deceptions). The experiment showed, that dogs are able to identify winter samples in all time periods but are not able to identify summer samples in whatever time period. Time periods do not show any diference. The biggest influence on quality change of individual human scent has intensity of sun radiation.

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