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Leadership Concept Application in the Area of Human Resources Management
Mazánek, Lukáš ; Cagáňová, Dagmar (referee) ; Korytárová, Jana (referee) ; Novaková, Renáta (referee) ; Konečná, Zdeňka (advisor)
The dissertation focuses on specifying a broader theoretical background for the implementation of leadership concepts in human resources management and on empirical identification and description of approaches that enable HR managers to recognize and develop desirable personality characteristics of a successful leader. In the surveyed area, a preliminary research was conducted on a sample of 22 HR managers. Subsequent primary research was carried out by combining a qualitative and quantitative research approach. A qualitative survey was conducted among 75 leaders, a quantitative survey was conducted on a sample of 75 leaders and 128 followers, from medium-sized industrial enterprises on the territory of South-Moravian region, in the period 3-6/2018 via a modified GLOBE questionnaire. Qualitative data were processed by content analysis. The processing of quantitative data through factor analysis has made it possible to identify the factors whose components support the success of the leader. Through the testing of statistical hypotheses, the dependence of the perceived behaviour of the leader on the satisfaction of his followers was verified. The main scientific goal is to propose a model for the development of leaders in industrial enterprises using the methods used in the concept of HRM. In order to achieve this goal, the desired concept of leadership in industrial enterprises established in the Czech Republic was identified. Based on the analysed facts, important components of the leader's personality and desirable styles of leadership of medium-sized industrial companies were identified. Team-oriented leadership style, formal style and charismatic leadership style are most desirable. Behaviour that has confirmed a positive impact on year-on-year satisfaction of subordinates is a stimulating, team-oriented, leader is an effective negotiator, dynamic, perfectionist, enthusiast, integrating, coordinator and to some extent also bureaucratic. The followers mention that their leader should be trustworthy, fair, team-oriented, diplomatic, and cooperative. Contrary to the current situation, the followers would especially welcome if the leadership behaviour was more team oriented. The grouping of the statistically significant components of the leader's personality enabled the creation of individual competence areas, whose description defined the personality profile of the leader of a medium-sized industrial company. At the same time, human resource management methods, which can influence and develop the competences defined in this area have been identified. The contribution of the dissertation consists mainly in the identification of individual components of competencies that can be developed through human resources management tools and thus develop the personality and leadership style of the middle-sized industrial company leader. The benefits of the proposed model can also be seen in terms of its use in identifying whether the leader's personality profile is in line with the expectations of his followers and in line with the leadership style, that is identified as appropriate in a medium-sized industrial environment.
Evaluation of hop quality from traditional and non-traditional region of cultivation
In this thesis, "The Evaluation of the Quality of Hops from Traditional and Non-traditional Growing Areas", the quality of three varieties of hop seed cones (Saaz, Sladek and Kazbek) from a non-traditional hop-growing region was analyzed and the data used for comparison. The primary aim of the study was to determine if there is a possibility of growing quality hops in a region that is not considered a hop-growing region. The hops that were tested were harvested in 2015 from a private hopfield located in Obora near Tábor. This hopfield is owned and managed by Ing. Martin Novák. Mechanical and chemical analysis was carried out on samples from Obora. The main goal of the analysis was to determine the alpha and beta acid content of the hop seed cones harvested there. Samples were analyzed with EBC 7.7 (HPLC). Alpha acid content of the tested samples in Saaz hops was 4.06 % w/w, in Sladek 7.14 % w/w and in Kazbek 4.67 % w/w. The content of beta acids in Saaz hops was 3.16 % w/w, in Sladek 3.93 % w/w and in Kazbek 4.51 % w/w. The collected data was then compared to published data for hops grown in traditional hop-growing regions. Alpha acid content was found to be higher in the hops grown in Obora, while beta acid content was lower.
Possibilities of Improvement Services in Travel Agency
Nováková, Renáta ; Orálková, Bohdana (referee) ; Luňáček, Jiří (advisor)
The bachelor´s thesis is focused on analysis of services small travel agency VENUS TRADE AND TOURS, which specializes in Greece and Cyprus. The result of this thesis are the possibilities of improvement existing services or indtroduction of new services in travel agency which would lead to more satisfied clients and bigger competitiveness.
Proposal for measures to increase the efficiency of biogas station Obora
In my thesis, entitled "Proposal for measures to increase the efficiency of biogas station Obora" in the theoretical part deals with factors affecting the efficiency of biogas plants. The practical part focused on the specific biogas plant solves the technological and economic aspects of the station. It also deals with waste heat produced during electricity generation, feedstocks, the use of digestate and biogas station linked with the adjacent farm. The thesis also discusses the problems with which the biogas plant in Obora meets, which have significant impact on the efficiency of the biogas plant.
The development of intercultural competences of children of pre-school age focused on growth of perceptiveness towards the different kinds of environment.
The main aim of this work is to suggest an educational offer for development of intercultural competences of pre-school children with focus on development of their sensitivity towards different enviroments. The theoretical part characterises the child of pre-school age and clarifies the term learning at nursery school. It also focuses on intercultural psychology, intercultural training and the role of a teacher at acquiring intercultural competences of children. The practical part is divided into six parts field-tested with pre-school children. In the last part all the activities are summarized. There is also casuistry of sensitive perception of different parts of the Earth by children of the nursery school in Čejetice.

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