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Preconditions for successful Rhythmic Gymnastics
Šlosarová, Michaela ; Slepičková, Irena (advisor) ; Novotná, Viléma (referee)
4 Abstract Author: Bc. Michaela Šlosarová Title: Prerequisites for the success of rhythmic gymnastics in the Czech Republic Objectives: The aim of this thesis is to assess selected critical success factors of rhythmic gymnastics in the Czech Republic according to the SPLISS 2.0 research within the current system of operation and the development of success at international competitions in previous years. Methods: For the practical part, mixed research was chosen and both qualitative and quantitative research methods were used. The qualitative research is based on semi-structured interviews with three professionals from the rhythmic gymnastics environment. These are representatives from the former presidency of the Czech Rhythmic Gymnastics Association and current coaches. Furthermore, the necessary documents were analysed. In the quantitative research, senior gymnasts were subjected to an electronic questionnaire. Results: The results of this thesis have shown that rhythmic gymnastics in the Czech Republic still has the potential to become a successful sport again and our gymnasts can compete with the world's top gymnasts. Funding is undoubtedly not ideal, but more serious is the area of talent identification and the provision and development of coaches. These pillars are hardly systematic and everything...
Snowboard coach competency profile
Veselková, Sára ; Voráček, Josef (advisor) ; Crossan, William Morea (referee)
Title: Competence profile of a snowboarding coach Objectives: The goal of this bachelor's thesis is to create a competency profile of a snowboarding coach based on data obtained by electronic questioning of athletes, their coaches, parents, and data drawn from the answers of a semi-structured interview with a professional snowboarder. Methods: Two methods were used for the data collection - an electronic survey and a semi-structured interview. The survey was aimed at three research groups (athletes older than 15 years, coaches, and parents of athletes) and included questions to assess 40 competencies. The semi-structured interview took place online, and the respondent was a professional athlete from the Red Bull international team. Results: The competence profile of a snowboarding coach as the result of this bachelor's thesis is suitable for all age categories interviewed. The profile includes the competencies the respondents rated from very important to most important. There are 15 of these competencies in total. Namely 7 abilities and skills (the ability to explain the correct execution, the ability to identify mistakes made, the ability to motivate others, the ability to communicate, the art of dealing with people, the ability to ride a snowboard, and the ability to organize activities), 5...
Menstrual cycle and performance of female tennis players
Kroisová, Adéla ; Kočíb, Tomáš (advisor) ; Dragounová, Zuzana (referee)
Thesis Title: Menstrual cycle and efficiency of women tennis players. Thesis Objective: Based on structured interview to determine the re- lationships between the individual phases of the menstrual cycle and active sports activity in selected female tennis players (ČTS) ranking. Suggestion how to adapt tennis training individually to the menstrual cycle of female tennis players. Methods: The main research metod is structured interview. Results: Research has found, that there is a significant deterio- ration in the performance of female tennis players occurred during the first and the second day of menstruation. The best performances were felt by tennis players around ovulation (12th - 17th day of the cycle). The most common problem at female players was irregular menstruation an three tennis players also had amenorrhea, which is probably rela- ted to high training doses. For 4 respondents, there was a response that PMS did not affect their perfor- mance both in training and in matches. Other female players have fatigue and abdominal pain as a symptom of PMS. It has been shown, that female players do not adapt training if they have small pain, if they have big pain, they adapt training (for example playing strokes from the spot, technical skills). Four out of eight respondents use hormonal...
Analysis of energy and performance parameters of tractor sets for tillage
Masnica, Daniel ; Porteš, Petr (referee) ; Bauer, František (advisor)
This diploma thesis analyzes the influences of individual components and settings on the performance and energy parameters of tractor sets. The theoretical part of the thesis focuses on tractor construction and describes some electronic systems used in modern tractors. It also describes the methodology of field measurements, measuring techniques, and machinery used for the measurements. The practical part of the thesis deals with field measurements of a tractor set with a combined cultivator, a plow, and traction tests of the tractor. From the measured data, various performance and energy parameters are calculated. The results are analyzed, and a discussion is provided.
Proposal for Motivational System Change in a Selected Company
Divín, Petr ; Budík, Jan (referee) ; Konečná, Zdeňka (advisor)
This master’s thesis deals with the motivational systém of a selected organization. The iam was, based on the analysis of the current state of the motivational systém in the chosen organization, to propose such changes that are desirable for further successful development of the organization. The evaluation was based on a questionnaire survey of a sample of 75 respondets, and results showed that 32 % of employees were insufficiently motivated. Testing of hypotheses showed that there is a correlation between an employee’s department and their level of motivation. In conclusion, specific proposals for improvement, are presented that should help increase the level of motivated employees. As an example is recognition platform, reduced working hours for full pay or creative days.
Planning optimal VFR routes from the Czech Republic to the Kingdom of Belgium
Steinhauser, Filip ; Procházková, Hana (referee) ; Sklenář, Filip (advisor)
The aim of this bachelor’s thesis is to create the navigation preparation for VFR flight from Brno Turany airport (LKTB) to Oostende airport (EBOS) in The Kingdom of Belgium. Navigation preparation is created for three types of aircraft, namely Cessna C 172 SP, Piper PA-28-181 Archer II and Tecnam P-2002 JF. The first part is about the pilot requirments and the aircraft intruducion. After that there is the weight and balance calculation, performance calculation and created plan of track. In the end is the flight cost calculation.
Performance Assessment of the Selected Company according to Model Start and Proposals for the Improvement
Štefek, Vojtěch ; Koráb, Vojtěch (referee) ; Veselý, Josef (advisor)
In this thesis, the company Avipart, spol. s.r.o. is evaluated with the use of the Start model and other methods. The first section emphasizes objectives and methodology applied throughout the work. The following theoretical part discusses commonly used metrics and methods or models for evaluating the company's performance in general. Continuing analytical part focuses on the application of these models within the framework of the evaluation of Avipart, spol. s.r.o., in which great emphasis is placed on survey research. In the end, relevant suggestions for improvement are drawn.
Performance Assessment of the Selected Company according to Model Start Plus and Proposals for the Improvement
Šafářová, Martina ; Tejklová, Markéta (referee) ; Veselý, Josef (advisor)
This thesis deals with the performance evaluation of a selected company based on the START PLUS model. This multi-criteria model is used to analyse the company and identify its strengths as well as areas for improvement. For selected areas, suggestions for improvement are made, the implementation of which will lead to an increase in the performance of the selected company.
Performance Evaluation of the Selected Company Using the START Model
Derner, Vojtěch ; Andrš, Jiří (referee) ; Kocmanová, Alena (advisor)
This thesis deals with the performace evaluation of Pivovar Clock s.r.o. using the START model, which is based on the EFQM Excellence model. The matter of this thesis is divided into three parts. The first part is theoretical, in which theoretical terms such as business performace, performance evaluation aproaches are defined and EFQM Excellence and START model are described, as well as SLEPTE, Porter and SWOT analysis. The second part is analytical and its content is evaluation of current situation using the analyzes described in the theoretical part. In the last part, measures are proposed to improve business performace.
Improving Business Performance
Vaníček, Filip ; Luňáček, Jiří (referee) ; Meluzín, Tomáš (advisor)
The bachelor thesis is focused on measuring the performance of the company ABC for the period 2015–2019 using suitably selected methods and analysis of the current state. Based on the results of the conducted analyses and methods, recommendations are made for improving the current state of the company.

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