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Education and development of employees in a particular company
ČEJKOVÁ, Kristýna
Thesis topic is the training and development of employees in the manufacturing woodworking cooperative Lukavec. The aim of this study is to analyze the system and staff training and development, and then propose appropriate procedures to improve and streamline the system. The work is divided into theoretical and practical part. In the theoretical part are specified the main concepts of learning and development. Further defined human resources, investing in education and human resource development, including return on these investments and the issue of motivation to learn. Business education, its areas, objectives, targets and model training and development is an additional part of the review of the literature. The following area is devoted to the systematic training of workers and its sub-parts. The practical part contains the characteristics of the selected company, an analysis of staff training and development of the team and evaluated survey, based on which it was suggested specific measures that should lead to the improvement of education and development of the company.

The Founders of Post-Keynesianism and the Concept of Reswitching
Kraffer, Robin ; Potužák, Pavel (advisor) ; Chytilová, Helena (referee)
The thesis deals with the evolution of thoughts of Joan Robinson's, Nicholas Kaldor's, Piero Sraffa's and Luigi Pasinetti's with regards to the issue of reswitching. Discussing Robinson, Kaldor, and Sraffa, it addresses the importance of the discussion on imperfect competition and Keynes's theory for developing their opinions within the capital theory. This issue was challenged in the 50s by Robinson who asked how capital can be measured. She discovered an option of reswitching to a more capital-using technique during a wage increase, but she did not focus on it very much. The thesis also seeks the importance of Sraffa's solution to the invariant standard of value for developing the debate on reswitching the technologies in the 60s, which was joined by both Pasinetti and Robinson. However, Robinson refused again in the 70s to deem the reswitching important within the critique of the neoclassical theory, and thus joined Kaldor who had voiced similar thoughts. At the end of the thesis, the question of Robinson underestimating the importance of reswitching, as pronounced by Pasinetti, is answered - she underestimated it in the 50s, whereas it is impossible to give a clear answer when it comes to the 70s, despite the differences found among Post-Keynesians and Neo-Ricardians.

Orienteering club support system
Buk, Jindřich ; Vojíř, Stanislav (advisor) ; Sklenák, Vilém (referee)
Nowadays, an increasing number of processes and life situations is getting IT support. Often the use of the Internet aims to accelerate and simplify existing processes. In addition, there is a big area of social networking that can be complementary. This thesis deals with the possibilities of using web technologies to support the running of a club and its subsequent development. Indeed, the club has the potential to simplify and automate many processes which previously have been carried out by someone in person. It has also a potential to use social networks for its publicity and development. The aim is to first determine what areas of the clubs operations are the most appropriate to be supported by any information system. Another objective is to find out how other clubs already integrate any information systems. The final objective is to design and create a specific application. The first two objectives are addressed through a survey among the leaders of the biggest Czech clubs. Indeed in these clubs, the use of automation and simplification of existing processes could have a great potential. The proposal for a specific application is then based on the previous survey and the field experience of the author. While serving many existing processes in running the club, the proposed application adds many elements of social networking.

Sustainable tourism development of Vysocina Region
Veselá, Markéta ; Macháček, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Vondráková, Zuzana (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the topic of sustainable tourism development at the regional level. This phenomenon is elaborated on the example of Vysocina Region. To evaluate sustainability of its development, the potential of this touristic destination is researched regarding various areas, including key products. These are subjected to comparisons with recommendations of significant tourism organization for the purpose of assessing the sustainability of tourism. The diploma thesis also includes a comparison with other Czech regions experience as a touristic destination. Vysocina Region has favourable initial conditions for its sustainable development, especially regarding supply of key products, which include both environmentally friendly goods and cultural attractiveness contributing to the personal development of individuals and promoting intercultural tolerance. The main issue appears to be the spatial imbalance of its development in the region, caused mainly by the concentration of tourist activities to certain areas and low local initiative in the less attractive areas. The diploma thesis proposes a number of solutions, such as utilization of geocaching and products of gastroturism, supporting the foundation of local destination management organisations, promoting cycling tourism and the foundation of highly visited tourist destinations.

Cement industry in selected countries of Central Europe in relation to infrastructure development
Maixner, Jakub ; Vošta, Milan (advisor) ; Bič, Josef (referee)
This master thesis is devoted to the cement industry and its relation to the infrastructure development in selected countries of Central Europe. The aim is to analyse cement industries and markets in the Czech Republic, Slovak Republic and Austria and compare these markets with the infrastructure development in aforemetioned countries. The first chapter defines cement industry and infrastructure. The second chapter focuses on the evolution and contemporary state of cement industries in the Czech Republic, Slovak Republic and Austria. The third chapter devotes itself to infrastructure and its development in Europe and Central European states. The last chapter combines data from second and third chapter and answers the main research question.

Multimedia communication
Vondra, Zdeněk ; Horný, Stanislav (advisor) ; Skrbek, Jan (referee) ; Jurášková, Olga (referee)
Multimedia is a form of communication and sharing knowledge using synergic effect of parallel connected communication channels. Its main use is in producing communications products and services and in design of user interfaces. Main objective of this dissertation is to develop and create a model of multimedia communication for better understanding of the meaning and the purpose of using multimedia forms in communication process. The model will describe a system of elements and parameters of multimedia communication within the internal and external context. Another objective of this dissertation is to develop multimedia communication methodology that will be used for the design, development and evaluations of concepts of multimedia communication. The methodology will be created by applying the model of multimedia communication into the procedure structure. In theoretical way this dissertation is based on analysis of different definitions and approaches to the multimedia communications topic. This is followed by an analysis of communication theories, concepts of media, multimedia, delivery channels, and communication functions. The theoretical part is followed by the outcomes of the research in practice of four different fields of multimedia use. The knowledge gained is analyzed in the following parts in purpose of creating the model of multimedia communication and the methodology which is derived from the model. The methodology is further validated through case studies and the recommendations for further development are formulated. The model and the methodology of multimedia communication created in this dissertation present complex view on multimedia communication topic that is considered as a useful tool for meeting a specific communication purpose. Dissertation provides mechanics for use and study of multimedia communication and also defines the opportunities for further development of the methodology.

The analysis of an impact of realised projects of the OP Prague - the competitiveness of program period 2007-2013
Kellnerová, Markéta ; Wokoun, René (advisor) ; Krejčová, Nikola (referee)
The purpose of this dissertation is to evaluate an impact of realized projects of Prague operating program The competitiveness on a development of the Prague region. Theoretical part is dedicated to formation and development of regional politics, consequent establishment of the EU and its dividing into the program periods including given aims. Subsequently, the dissertation examines the possibilities of using the funds of the EU, after, these possibilities are discussed, specifically for the CZ. Due to the fact, that it is the OP which is referred only to the capital city Prague, one chapter is given to this issue. The last section of the theoretical part is an implementation of the OP. The practical part is concerned about quantitative and financial analysis of the OP, which is divided into the program years. In the end of the practical part, an effect of the OP is totally evaluated, mainly its impact on the development of Prague through horizontal subjects and achieving of set indicators. Finally, the effect on the region of Prague is evaluated, in terms of applicants for funds.

The current state and prospects for sustainable development of tourism in Slovakia.
Libantová, Silvia ; Indrová, Jarmila (advisor) ; Chaloupka, Radek (referee)
Tourism contributes to the prosperity of destinations by bringing financial resources, new jobs, a higher level of services and infrastructure development. However, if tourism does not develop sustainably, it is accompanied by negative factors, as well. Especially, negative impacts on the environment, such as: water and soil contamination, increased noise and overcrowded destination during the high season. As a response to the worsening state of the environment and possible irreversible changes caused by irresponsible human behavior, the idea of sustainable development is becoming more important. The theoretical part describes tourism in the Slovak Republic and highlights plans for sustainable tourism development. In the practical part, the results of the questionnaire, related to the awareness of sustainable tourism in the Slovak Republic, are evaluated. The main objective of this thesis is to evaluate the current situation in the field of sustainable tourism and to make suggestions for its future development.

Development of internal management information system in Dolphin Consulting, s.r.o.
Církovský, Tomáš ; Maryška, Miloš (advisor) ; Kasl, Tomas (referee)
Main goal of this master thesis is to create Management Information System for company Dolphin consulting, s.r.o. based on technologies available within its infrastructure. Next goal is conduct preliminary verification of the created Management Information System. Generally, the Management Information System is created in accordance with resources including but not limited to Business Intelligence, Management Information Systems literature and experiences of the author. The most important assets of this thesis are creating of the system for Dolphin consulting, s.r.o. and initial verification of created system for its further development and highlight issues that arise. This master thesis is divided into two logical parts. The first part is purely theoretical and describes the issues of data warehousing according to Kimball and Inmon, OLAP Cubes and Management Information Systems. Practical part of thesis describes implementation of Business Intelligence tools as a part of created Management Information System in company Dolphin consulting, s.r.o. At the end of this part is the above stated preliminary verification of the Management Information System with list of recommendations for improving the system.

Depositary Services
Helcl, Tomáš ; Janda, Karel (advisor) ; Veselá, Jitka (referee)
The thesis deals with the functioning of depositories in the enviroment of the Czech market from the perspective of legislative and practical. The introduction is devoted to directives that make up a harmonized legal framework and the Czech legislativ, which specifically prescribes behaving of depositories. The main part is devoted to the depositary functions, such as operating in the Czech market conditions. This part of work is focused not only on the distribution of the depositary market, but also on the collected amount of the fees, the efficiency of regulation in the real market enviroment and in the importace of depositories in the Czech market. The final section is devoted to the findings, including the final assessment of the depositaries. As a first of its kind, this thesis gives a comprehensive view of activity of depositories and their importace for the Czech market, as the depositaries represent entities that control whether funds act in accordance with the legislation. Depository oversees as to prevent fraud and to qualified investors or collective investment contributed to the further development of the capital market, which is necessary for the further development of all economic sectors.