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The impact of agile transformation on qualification requirements and competences on the roles of Scrum Master and Product Owner in the segment of financial institutions.
Krohová, Kateřina ; Lipková, Helena (advisor) ; Novotná, Jitka (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the impact of agile transformation on the competences of the roles of Scrum Master and Product Owner in the segment of financial institutions, eventually the impact on the role of project manager. In the theoretical part, the topic is set in a broader context, basic terminological concepts are defined, the different agile frameworks are introduced and the different roles of project management and agile approach are described. As a preparation for the practical part, a search of current research on the topic was conducted. The practical part is based on a qualitative research method using semi-structured interviews with respondents from financial institutions that have undergone agile transformation in recent years. The aim of the research is to identify the impact of agile transformation on the competences of specific roles based on the respondents' experience. Keywords Scrum Master, Product Owner, agile transformation, impact of, competences, qualification requirements
Monitoring of Sleep Using Applications Available on a Smartphone
Šourková, Denisa ; Fiala, Jakub (advisor) ; Lipková, Helena (referee)
The bachelor thesis discusses sleep monitoring using applications available on a platform of mobile devices with the operating system iOS. In the theoretical part, the author describes non-medical methods in the quality of sleep monitoring and the term sleep-tracking is also defined. Furthermore, this work introduces some limits to self-tracking. The empirical part of the thesis is based on author's own documented results. In the research, some applications with sleep monitoring functions are tested. Firstly, the main interest is oriented toward the properties of these applications. Secondly, the thesis examines specific functions, data, or their validity. The data are gained from continual testing of the mobile applications. The main target is to critically evaluate of these applications and assess whether the evaluated information can be somehow beneficial to the user. Keywords sleep, sleep monitoring, sleep-tracking, sleep quality, application, smartphone, iOS
User judgments of retrieval results relevance
Drtinová, Iveta ; Jarolímková, Adéla (advisor) ; Lipková, Helena (referee)
v anglickém jazyce This diploma thesis focuses on finding out what criteria users use when assessing the pertinence of search results of professional information and what other factors may affect this assessment. The theoretical part of the thesis defines the concept of relevance and pertinence, presents the findings of foreign research on this topic and approaches the groups of selected criteria. The practical part, implemented in the form of a questionnaire survey, then focuses on undergraduate students at the Faculty of Arts of Charles University and tries to find out what criteria students use in evaluating professional resources.
Use of CRM Systems in the Management of the ALUMNI Network at the Law Faculty of the Charles University (case study)
Říhová, Eliška ; Lipková, Helena (advisor) ; Novotná, Jitka (referee)
This thesis examines the potential use of CRM systems to create, manage, and expand the alumni network of public university faculty in a case study. Alumni care is an area with great potential for overall faculty growth. The paper first focuses on the reasons leading to alumni interest and the patterns of alumni loyalty. To maintain and develop a good relationship with alumni, the application of a CRM system appears to be an useful aid. These are described in the thesis not only in terms of their basic functioning but also in the context of the university environment. The thesis also concentrates on innovations in student care using information systems and the selection of suitable CRM system suppliers. Practical section of this paper contents a case study conducted at the Faculty of Law of Charles University. The output of this work is to determine the assumptions, benefits and risks of CRM systems implementation for the purpose of alumni care at this faculty. Recommendations for improving communication between the faculty and its future and current alumni are also presented. Given its practical focus, the findings of the paper can serve as a basis for future development of a strategy for alumni care by selected university's fakulty.
The role of the information specialist in the governmental administration institutions
Vichová, Martina ; Papík, Richard (advisor) ; Lipková, Helena (referee)
The aim of the diploma thesis is to describe the basic characteristics and basic analysis of the information profession of the Czech Republic in the sphere of state administration and state- controlled information institutions. Some space of the work is devoted to the characteristics of public and state administration. The diploma thesis emphasizes the institutions of state administration and their division. The following chapter deals with information institutions and information folders in the state administration and their categorization. The core of the thesis is the definition of the concept of an information specialist. The final chapter summarizes not only the overview of the information science study in the Czech Republic but also the analysis of the professional application of Information Studies and Librarianship graduates in the state administration institutions.
Analysis of personal data processing processes at the Local Municipality Authority of Praha-Vinoř
Beneš, Vít ; Kučerová, Helena (advisor) ; Lipková, Helena (referee)
This thesis proposes practical solution for to the current issue, that is personal data protection by the General Data Protectinon Regulation (GDPR) in processes oconducted at particular workspace. This workspace is the Local Municipality Authority of Praha-Vinoř. The aim of the thesis is detection of personal data in particular processes and the legality of such processing. In this research it was necessary to define the term of personal data, because the regulation norm itself defines it relatively vaguely. For this definition matrix instrument was used. For detection of personal data in processes conducted at particular workspace, the legality of such instance, but also for the survey of relations between processes Business System Planning method developed by IBM Corporation was used. Research detected instance of personal data, which means that processing of them took place, and the legality of such processing. At the same time it was possible to describe relations among other elements of this environment. As the methodology as well as research results are applicable in context of technical measures regulation, and also for internal regulation of personal data processing.
Trends in Enterprise Information Systems with Emphasis on CRM Systems
Barták, Miloš ; Lipková, Helena (advisor) ; Dvořák, Jan (referee)
The intention of this master thesis is the presentation of the selected trends in CRM information systems. The opening part is aimed at management of customer relationships, which are analysed in terms of marketing and ICT technologies. This part also introduces the readers to the architecture of CRM information systems and to possible ways of implementing of these solutions. Moreover, it presents some vendors of CRM solutions that are leaders on the market. The following part is solely focused on the trends in CRM information systems. These trends are primarily related to cloud computing, social CRM and the internet of things. The next part of this thesis applies the findings from the previous chapters in a practical way. It deals with a creation of the request for a new CRM solution in an actual company from SME segment. The introduction of this chapter presents the chosen enterprise and analyses the current state of CRM and ICT in this company. The next part defines expected goals and the main requirements for a new CRM solution in the company. The conclusion of this part is focused on the choice of suitable vendors who will be asked for proposal and the evaluation criteria of the bid. The outputs of this master thesis will serve as a basis for the preparation of an actual request for proposal of a new...
Information Support of Project Teams
Veselková, Anna ; Lipková, Helena (advisor) ; Vlasák, Rudolf (referee)
The aim of the diploma thesis is to outline the possibilities of information support of project teams by an Informational Specialist. The theoretical part introduces different project management methodologies and further specifies the individual project phases as seen by PMBoK methodology. In the chapters focusing on each of the phases of a project, all necessary input sources as well as all output documents that are essential for the project to move on to its next phase are defined and elaborated on. This part is followed by a description of possibilities of information support for working with information sources and creating output documents with regard to competencies, which an Information Specialist should have. Key in this respect is the third and the fourth chapter, including specific proposals on the possibility of information support of a project team by an Information Specialist. The practical part is focused on the role of an Information Specialist in the implementation of a specific project in a company - in particular, a major financial institution on the Czech market. While the theoretical part is based on the study of literature, the practical part is mainly based on personal consultation with a Project Manager of the company.
Cloud Computing in Public Sector - Benefits and Risks
Rejnek, Tomáš ; Lipková, Helena (advisor) ; Kolátor, Jan (referee)
(anglicky) This thesis deals with benefits and risks of using cloud computing in public sector institutions. The thesis focuses mainly on the usage of public cloud deployment model. The thesis is divided into 4 main chapters. The first chapter presents definition and basic characteristics of cloud computing. The second part consists of PESTL analysis that describes the impact of macro-environmental factors (namely political, economical, social, technological and legal factors) on the use of cloud computing in public sector institutions. The third part presents SWOT analysis of cloud computing and its use in public sector. The fourth chapter presents a case study of the implementation of cloud computing services at The Faculty of Arts of the Charles University. The results of the conducted analysis tend to positive effects of cloud computing use in public sector institutions, presuming a proper risk analysis is done before implementation begins. Klíčová slova (anglicky): Cloud computing, IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, public sector, PESTL, SWOT, virtualisation
Basic population register in relation to administration information systems: Data sharing in public administration Czech republic
Kopecká, Iveta ; Vlasák, Rudolf (advisor) ; Lipková, Helena (referee)
The work analyzes the current status of the basic population register in relation to agenda information systems. The theoretical part is focused on basic registers in general with a particular attention being paid to the population register. The analytical part examines in detail the current status of all configured and implemented processes that have a direct impact on the functionality of the basic population register in relation to agenda information systems and subsequent data sharing in the public administration of the Czech Republic. Attention is focused on the use and provision of reference data through Web services and information system of basic registers. The paper also analyzes the various approaches of agenda information systems of public authorities to basic Population Register and the implementation of sub-projects that have a direct impact on its operation. Evaluation of individual areas assessed is done using a statistical survey.

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