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Proposal for a networking platform for start up companies using lean canvas principles and the concept of minimum viable product concept
Varga, Michal ; Chlebovský, Vít (referee) ; Zich, Robert (advisor)
Abstrakt Bakalárska práca sa zameriava na strategický rozvoj start-upovej networkingovej platformy na pôde univerzity. Práca nachádza podmienky rozvoja networkingovej platformy pre študentov a akademických pracovníkov VUT v Brne s podnikateľským myslením. Hlavným cieľom platformy je prepojiť študentov a akademických pracovníkov z rôznych fakúlt a zapojiť ich do tvorby nových start-upových tímov a projektov. Cieľom tejto práce je nájsť správne aspekty networkingovej platformy, ktoré musia byť začlenené do tejto študentskej platformy, a vytvoriť MVP (minimal viable product). Na dosiahnutie predpokladaného cieľa sa použilo niekoľko teoretických modelov a metód, aby sa pokryl čo najpresnejší strategický plan rozvoja tejto platformy. Kľúčové slová: platforma, sieť, výskum, študenti, projekty, MVP, podnikanie.
The role of civic and personal development education in the time of experimentation with personal and sexual identity
Honzáková, Lucie ; Syřiště, Ivo (advisor) ; Hanušová, Jaroslava (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the issue of sexual and gender identity of children and adolescents. It researches the education of children and adolescents with a different gender identity from a philosophical, psychological and sociological point of view and further the role of teachers, parents and society as a whole. The thesis is divided into a theoretical and a practical part. The theoretical part contains chapters devoted to education and upbringing of children and adolescents with a different gender identity, new perspective on gender identity and the support of individual trans. The practical part focuses on a study that examines the attitude of teachers, parents and students towards transgender issues. he aim of the practical part is to map the level of respect for differences from the point of view of teachers, parents and pupils at one secondary vocational school in a district town in the Central Bohemian Region, and further map the views from abroad of three secondary vocational schools. The research is designed as a quantitative- qualitative questionnaire survey at one secondary vocational school and as semi-structured interviews with a teacher, parent and pupil. In order to find out views from abroad, uniform questions were sent by e-mail to three secondary vocational schools. The...
Social Work Students' Perception of the Role of a Social Worker in Substitute Family Care
Substitute family care focuses on children who cannot grow up with their biological parents and need to be provided with an alternative form of family background. There are forms of substitute family care for this purpose, which are: adoption, foster care, temporary foster care, guardianship with personal care and entrusting the child to the care of another person. The system of foster family care is undergoing or is planned to undergo changes as part of the forthcoming amendment to the Act on Social and Legal Protection of Children. In my bachelor thesis I deal with the issue of substitute family care, in which I focus on how students of social work at the University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice perceive the role of the social worker in foster family care. The bachelor thesis is divided into theoretical and research parts. In the theoretical part I define the concept of foster family care, then I present the basic legal regulation of this issue, I list and define the different forms of foster family care, and finally I define the social worker and describe his role in foster family care, whether it is a social worker in the OSPOD or in the accompanying organization. When compiling the research part, a quantitative research strategy was used and a questionnaire survey method was chosen, which was implemented using my own structured questionnaire. Two hypotheses for further evaluation of the results were set within the research. The aim of the bachelor thesis is to find out how social work students perceive the role of the social worker in substitute family care.
Hauke, Adriana ; Palaščak, Michal (referee) ; Manton, Ryan (advisor)
The project is centered around architectural design of a mixed-use building primarily tailored for residential purposes, with a specific focus on student accommodation. This decision is grounded in a thorough analysis of the surrounding area. I am proposing a design that integrates tennis club already existing on the site while introducing new functional elements. These include a café/bar, study spaces, interior sport hall with a padel court and a hostel. One of the tennis courts is on the ground and one is on a roof of the building. In my proposal, I am opening the site more to the public, allowing anyone to enjoy the views and atmosphere it offers, thereby creating a place for a community.
A new building on Kraví hora in Brno
Sovíček, Filip ; Kristek, Jan (referee) ; Rozwalka, Szymon (advisor)
Abstract The bachelor thesis deals with a plot of land on Kraví hora. Kraví hora is a multi-layered place that brings together diverse groups and offers many leisure activities from sports in the swimming pool to relaxation in the park. There are Engineering and Law faculties in the area and the selected land adjoins a gardening colony on one side. The proposal deals with university dormitories and this is because students and gardeners can provide a seemingly unusually harmonious use of the area. The two groups will not interfere; the gardens are busiest at the weekend when many students go home. On the other side, the plot is surrounded by a road leading from the “likusáky” to car repair shop. Two worlds meet here, the traffic on the busy road and the tranquility of the private gardens. The project reflects this difference and therefore treats the two sides of the building differently. The side facing the road consists of a fixed grid of rooms. In contrast, the east side is seen in the work as a continuation of the gardens and a gradation into a sprawling structure. The staggered exterior walls of this section ensure plenty of light despite the orientation to the east, while creating nooks and balconies for social gatherings or private respite. The transition between these worlds is formed by a central corridor with a staircase and lift, which penetrates both sides of the building in the form of public rooms. Under the whole building is a covered space for free use and a garage, which in its structural division follows the whole building. In this space there is also a utility room and a lift tube. The west side of the building is flanked by two ramps leading from the busy road to the main and side entrances.
Koprivnice 3.0
Vyležíková, Hana ; Kopáčik, Gabriel (referee) ; Nový, Vítězslav (advisor)
The bachelor thesis focuses on the analysis of a site known as Házeňák, located in the north of Kopřivnice. The site, originally used as a handball playground, is currently used as a temporary parking lot. The aim is to understand what possibilities this site offers for future use and how it could contribute to the development of Kopřivnice. This space with great potential now represents a new direction for the development of the city. The connection with the University opens the door for young people looking for inspiration, education and new opportunities. The starter flats are ready to offer young graduates a home and an opportunity to start their careers. This initiative creates a bridge between education and professional life, enabling young people to stay in the city and contribute to its prosperity.
Koprivnice 3.0
Lánský, Michal ; Kopáčik, Gabriel (referee) ; Nový, Vítězslav (advisor)
In the previous semester, an urban study examined the possibilities in the area called Házeňák, in Kopřivnice. Subsequently, it specified development plans in the locality through a manual and an ideological solution. I chose a building in the south-eastern part of the Házeňák locality for processing. The longitudinal mass lines the busy class II road (Czechoslovak Army) and thus continues along the street line caused by residential and civic development towards the city centre. (Kadláčkova Street). The aim is to design adequate student housing
Training of non-technical skills as a prevention of errors in intensive care
The main goal of this work was to map the current state of training in non-technical skills. Training in non-technical skills can contribute to improving the safe care of critically ill patients in intensive care units, where situations are often demanding, stressful, and tense. Maximum concentration, precise commands, and teamwork are necessary in these work-places. The theoretical part establishes the foundations for understanding concepts such as intensive care, non-technical skills, or simulation-based education and their relevance. The research was conducted with students in the Advanced Nursing Specialization in Intensive Care, who, thanks to simulation-based education, are aware of acquiring non-technical skills and practice them in specific simulated scenarios. The second research sample consisted of nursing staff working in intensive care units, who are exposed to stressful situations daily, and therefore should know and use the basics of non-technical skills to per-form their duties in order to prevent as many errors as possible, which can have fatal consequences. The objectives of the work focused on mapping the current situation in the training of non-technical skills in intensive care units and in student education. Another goal focused on the experiences and subjective feelings of healthcare professionals and students with training in non-technical skills in crisis situations within intensive care and during simulation-based education. The final goal aimed to identify methods and techniques of training in non-technical skills that are most effective for healthcare workers and students in intensive care, considering their specific needs and obstacles. The research was conducted using qualitative inquiry method, employing semi-structured interviews with nursing staff and students undergoing simulation-based education, along with non-participant overt observation during the mentioned simulation-based education.
Analysis of the Lifestyle of University Students in BUT
Klíma, Josef ; Muchová, Marta (referee) ; Lepková, Hana (advisor)
The bachelor’s thesis focuses on the analysis of the lifestyle of university students. Considers their habits of the lifestyle, exercising physical activities and the habits of alimentation. Specifies the theoretical findings of the healthy lifestyle and compares them with the results of the research among the university students in period between January 2013 and November 2013.
Between the Landscape and the City
Hamdanieh, Livine ; Svojanovský, Viktor (referee) ; Žalmanová, Petra (advisor)
The theme of the design is to create a main entrance building to the Faculty of Natural Sciences of the Palacky University, which is situated between the city and landscape. The new design of the entrance building has the opportunity to give the faculty its own new identity, not just as a place for students but also for public.

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