|Code:||IPMA (FEKT MPMA)|
|Language of Instruction:||Czech|
|Guarantor:||Putnová Anna, doc. RNDr., Ph.D., MBA (IM)|
|Lecturer:||Veselý Josef, Ing., CSc. (FBM)|
|Instructor:||Záklasník Martin, Ing. (IM)|
|Faculty:||Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication BUT|
| || ||The objective of the course is to provide students with knowledge of fundamentals of management, its terms, content, structuralization and methods.|
| || ||Achieving knowledge of the term management. The core of the topic is structuralization of management according to the functions. The detailed explanation of individual functions. Planning, organisation, leadership and control.|
|Knowledge and skills required for the course:|
| || ||Basic knowledge acquired on rudiments of a corporate economics, functions of the company, its economics and results.|
|Subject specific learning outcomes and competencies:|
| || ||Students will have a clear idea of modern approaches to and application of management in terms of its individual parts: Planning, organisation, stimulation and control.|
|Generic learning outcomes and competencies:|
| || ||Students will have a clear idea of modern approaches in management and its functions of planning, organising, leadership and control.|
|Syllabus of lectures:|
- What is management.
- Types of subjects.
- System approach.
- Management of innovations.
- Process approach.
- Decision making.
- Change management.
- Risk management
|Syllabus of numerical exercises:|
| ||The contents of the seminar exercises are to practice recited around topics, processing and presentation of seminary work and case studies (individually and as a group).|
- Weihrich, H., Koontz, H.: Management. Praha, Victoria Publishing 1993. 659 s., ISBN 80-85605-45-7. (in Czech)
- Gerber, M.E.: Podnikatelský mýtus: Proč většina malých firem do roka zkrachuje a co proti tomu dělat. Praha, Management Press, 2004. 223 s., ISBN 80-7261-092-9. (in Czech)
- Robbins, S.P., Coulter M.: Management. Praha, Grada Publishing, 2004. 600 s., ISBN 80-247-0495-1. (in Czech)
- Donnelly, J.H., Gibson, J.L., Ivancevich, J.M.: Management. Praha, Grada Publishing, 1997. 821 s., ISBN 80-7169-422-3. (in Czech)
- VEBER, J. Management: základy, moderní manažerské přístupy, výkonnost a prosperita. 2. aktualiz. vyd. Praha, Management Press, 2014, 734 s. ISBN 978-80-726-1274-1. (in Czech)
- BLAŽEK, L. Management. Organizování, rozhodování, ovlivňování. 2. vyd. Praha: Grada, 2014. 224 s. ISBN 978-80-247-4429-2. (in Czech)
| || ||Check the results of the term paper, the results of the solution of case studies, the results of the processing and presentation topics, check the results of the knowledge test.|
Attendance at lectures and exercises is not obligatory but recommended. The activity demonstrates the performance of the tasks for which the points are scored in the exercises. To get a credit, 70 out of 100 possible points are required.
| || ||Examination requirements: Obtaining a credit. Knowledge of the subject matter and its practical application.|
Written exam form, closed questions with a rating of 1 or minus 0.5 points, open questions with a score of 0 to 3 points. The minimum number of test points is 50%, it is 50 points.
The exam is classified according to the ECTS scale.
| || ||Students will need to get a minimum of credits. 70 points out of 100 possible, 70 points are the necessary condition for admission to the exam. Points can be obtained from:|
- max. 20 points => solving questions from 2 case studies (optional task) - for solving and solving the case study the student gets 10 points, if he does not participate in the solution, he gets 0 points
- max. 15 points => presentation topic (compulsory task). For the presentation, 15, 10 or 5 points can be evaluated for originality, adherence to defined time, presentation and presentation of information on the chosen topic.
- max. 25 points => elaboration, submission and presentation of a semester project (compulsory task). The evaluation of the written part of the project will be 15, 10, 5 or 0 points according to the requirements of the assignment. In a late submission (from the 9th week) the student is awarded -5 points. The presentation will be held in the 10th - 12th week of the semester, the student will be evaluated for 10, 5, or 2 points according to the assignment. 0 points in case of serious shortcomings or failure to meet the presentation deadline.
- max. 40 points => writing a knowledge test (compulsory task) or a substitute written project (optional conditional assignment) - the knowledge test will be written for the seminar at the 12th semester of the semester. The test lasts 10 minutes, contains 10 questions. You can get 4 points for the correct answer, 0 points for the bad or unanswered answer. In case the student does not get the knowledge test and the fulfilment of the obligatory tasks in the sum total min. 70 points, has the right to write a recurring knowledge test at week 13, the result of the knowledge test is not counted in the evaluation. If the student fails to write a repeated knowledge test and fulfil the required tasks in the sum of min. 70 points, he/she may ask the teacher for a written project. The subject of the project, the extent and the deadline for submission are determined by the teacher, and the deadline for submission may be no more than 7 calendar days (but no later than the end of the 4th week of the semester). The tutor will review the written project within 3 working days after submitting and will award a maximum of 40 points to the overall assessment, and the evaluation of the two knowledge tests will not be counted.