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Data analysis in the chosen company
Jun, Jakub ; Plášková, Alena (advisor) ; Martínez, Felipe (referee)
The main focus of this thesis is on data gathering process in the chosen company. The main goal of the thesis is to map the process of data gathering, analyse the current situation and suggest improvements based on revealed problems. The thesis is divided into two parts. The first part focuses on the theoretical foundation of data gathering. There are mentions of the basics of quality management and parts of the ISO 9001:2015 which can be applied to data gathering systems, process and the tools for its mapping and the methods of data gathering. There is a part which focuses on FMEA method, which is used for the analysis of the current state of the process. The second part introduces chosen company. There are used a few tools to map the process with the focus on spots where the data are gathered. According to the FMEA method and its process, there is an analysis of the current system. The attention is paid to the problematic parts of the process of data gathering. Then there can be found few propositions how to make the data gathering process in the company better.
Industry 4.0 in a selected cluster
Hykyšová, Zuzana ; Martínez, Felipe (advisor) ; Kubicova, Tereza (referee)
This diploma thesis focuses on industry clusters and their relation to industry 4.0. The aim is to propose improvements of a selected cluster with prerequisites for transition to industry 4.0. For this purpose, a cluster maturity model will be developed in order to determine the current level of cluster readiness for industry 4.0 in predefined dimensions. This model will be based on an analysis of current maturity models and specific features and clusters´s restrictions. An analysis of the OMNIPACK cluster and the subsequent application of the maturity model to this cluster will be also part of the work. The benefit of this diploma thesis will be wider application of the defined maturity model in Czech cluster organizations.
Application of the Lean Six Sigma methodology on solving problem of internal complaints
Týmlová, Kateřina ; Martínez, Felipe (advisor) ; Svobodová, Hana (referee)
The aim of this diploma thesis is to apply Lean Six Sigma methodology on a specific improvement project in manufacturing company Lindab, s.r.o. The purpose of the project is to reduce number of complaints from inner customer, improve quality of selected product and increase overall effectiveness of manufacturing process. The first part of the thesis focuses on theoretical basis of Lean Six Sigma methodology. Each chapter in this part corresponds to one phase of DMAIC improvement cycle. Theoretical part contains descriptions of methods, tools and techniques used in practical part. The second part is dedicated to practical usage of the methodology. The DMAIC cycle is there applied on project of reducing defects on selected product. Attention is put on detailed process mapping, developing measuring system and process analysis. The main output of the practical part is introduction of specific proposals for improvement leading to reduction of defects and waste in manufacturing process.
Digitization Of Business Models In Car Transport
Ptáček, Adam ; Martínez, Felipe (advisor) ; Svobodová, Ivana (referee)
Transportation is undergoing major changes, which can be seen as a threat or an opportunity for incumbents. Nowadays, companies are focusing on reacting on market changes and on responding to a major question, which is how to serve an increasing demand for mobility with the lowest enviromental impact. There are few established companies on czech and global market trying to answer this question. The goal of the thesis is to show how these companies work. The main framework which has been used to serve the purpose is Business Model Canvas, which helps to display business models in a structured way. Based on this analysis, we can conclude that the 11 analysed companies would could not exist without the major progress in technology. Future of these companies strongly depends on a support they can get by cities and states. This thesis brings the first deep comprehensive reflection on this topic in Czech language.
Business model in the era of Industry 4.0
Nohejl, Vít ; Martínez, Felipe (advisor) ; Jirsák, Petr (referee)
Industry 4.0 is the current trend of automation and increasing digitalization of wide range of processes. This trend brings about a revolution in manufacturing technologies, but also has its challenges that influence the labor market. The thesis introduces the fourth industrial revolution (Industry 4.0) and provides the most important information for its understanding. It also allows to understand the specific characteristics of business models in the digital society and it clarifies the theory of maturity models. These serve as a basis for assessing the company's level of maturity in relation to Industry 4.0. The next section contains a proposal for improvement of the business model in food manufacturing company. For this purpose, the production process and related processes are analysed and the current situation is evaluated according to the Industry 4.0 requirements. Based on this evaluation, the problematic areas are selected and their specific improvements are proposed. In addition, the work includes a proposal of specific steps that a company must take to be prepared and take advantage of the era of Industry 4.0.
Digitization of Business Process Management 
Valentová, Tereza ; Martínez, Felipe (advisor) ; Lorenc, Miroslav (referee)
The aim of the present masters thesis is to create a guide, which leads small and medium enterprises to business process digitization. It is presumed that the enterprise has already implemented business process management on a certain level. The theoretical part of the thesis defines important terms and describes benefits and possible problems that are connected with the implementation of business process automation. The most important tools, methods and principles which help with the transformation of a business process to an automated process by ICT are described in the thesis.  Possible steps that can be made by a medium insurance company during the implementation of business process digitization are described in the practical part. Every step is demonstrated on a concrete example.  The thesis brings the reader a specific summary of knowledge of business process management and digitization. It creates a baseline for a guide of implementation of intern processes of the company.
Lean StartUp
Timashevskii, Sergei ; Martínez, Felipe (advisor) ; Svobodová, Ivana (referee)
The bachelor thesis contains a set of lean approaches and their detailed description including benefits and disadvantages. On the one hand, thesis can be a useful source of information for those who want to deepen their theoretical knowledge of how start- ups actually work or on the other hand serve as a tool for all those entrepreneurs who wish to establish a successful and profitable company. The theoretical part will mainly focus on Customer Development, Agile Development and Business Mocel Canvas. In the practical part, I am going to examine a Czech startup called Vehiklo by conducting qualitative case study which has been chosen as a research instrument.
Assumptions development and success of selected carsharing company
Zamrazil, Václav ; Plášková, Alena (advisor) ; Martínez, Felipe (referee)
The thesis is focused on carsharing. Firstly, the concept of carsharing is defined , followed by specifications of different types of this business, as well as its developments and both customer and social advantages . The thesis also evaluates the developments of Czech carsharing market with main focus on the leading company on the Czech carsharing market. Regarding the history of carsharing in the developed market economies, the thesis has been evaluating strengths and weaknesses of the respective company. The thesis also tries to make the comparison of the price competitiveness of the leading Czech company compared to its direct and indirect competitors. Recommendations of the steps how to develop this particular company and how to strengthen its market position are subject to the final part of the thesis.
Measure the level of Leanness of specific company in the electronics industry
Langr, David ; Martínez, Felipe (advisor) ; Moravec, Stanislav (referee)
This thesis brings a view of the Leanness level of company based on ethnographic research. The combination of these two disciplines, the Lean concept and ethnography, is unique and brings new direction to research the level and approach of organizations to Lean philosophy. There is possible to assess the company in areas of value for customers, waste and continuous improvement through the research. Through the analysis, it is possible to find out where the organization has areas for improvement. The aim of the thesis is to propose the step to increase the level of Leanness of the organization. The thesis deals with the analysis and measurement of Leanness level of production and administrative processes in a manufacturing plant in the electronics industry.
Assessing process excellence with digitalization
Bódiová, Zuzana ; Martínez, Felipe (advisor) ; Lorenc, Miroslav (referee)
The aim of the master thesis is to emphasize the importance of process alignment in The Fourth Industrial Revolution. By mapping of current descriptive maturity models and their application within digitalization, the thesis offers a new process maturity model for the phenomenon referred to as Industry 4.0 (i4.0). The model is based on the theoretical form of previous models, as well as on implementation of newly introduced trends. The contribution of the thesis rests upon the specific solution. The suggested Process Improvement Scheme presents applicable way for improvement of digital process preparedness in project-oriented service organizations and determines main value factors which lead to higher quality of employee processes. In the same time, the master thesis suggest a new utilization of i4.0 principles focused predominantly on manufacturing processes, and therefore includes areas which will need to be addressed in the near future for smooth process transition into i4.0 era.

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