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Course syllabus BMMD10117 - Management (FM - WS 2019/2020)


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University:
Pan-european University
Faculty:
Faculty of Massmedia
Course unit code:
BMMD10117
Course unit title:
Management
Planned learning activities and teaching methods:
lecture2 hours weekly / 24 hours per semester of study (on-site method)

Credits allocated:
5
Recommended semester/trimester:
Media communication, 3rd semester
 
Level of study:
1.
Prerequisites for registration:
none
 
Assessment methods:
Conditions for completing the course:
1. Systematic study of texts;
2. Final Written Exam.

Rating System:
Each student can receive a maximum of 100 points, with a less than 59 points earned if the student fails and the exam is not enrolled. The condition for obtaining the credit is passing the final exam. The individual steps to get the test will be evaluated as follows:
25% - attendance and activity / max. 25 points /
75% - final written essay / max. 75 points /

Assessment of students with an individual study plan:
Students with IŠP have the possibility to omit a total of up to 75% of the lectures, so they have to be present on at least 3 lectures out of a total of 12. Students with IŠP can use the tutorials to be consulted beforehand in electronic form. The final exam must be completed by students with IŠP similar to others.

Students will be evaluated as follows:
100 - 91 points A
90 - 81 points B
80 - 73 points C
72 - 66 points D
65 - 60 points E
59 - 0 points FX
 
Learning outcomes of the course unit:
The course "Management" is a course introducing students to the principles of management and management of public policy. In the course, students will learn about the process of systematic planning, organizing, decision making, leadership and control, and coordination processes to achieve their goals.
 
Course contents:
1st Seminar:
Organization of the course
Introduction into management


2nd Seminar:
Human resources management in public administration.

Required Literature:
J. Berka et al. 2000. Minimum personnel management in public administration. Project "Systems of human resources development in state administration" CZ 9703-01-01-03-02-026.
D. Špaček 2016. Public Administration. In theory and practice. Prague: C. H. Beck, 2016. ISBN 978-80-7400-621-0. Sec. 7


3rd Seminar:
Human Resources Development Process: Learning in an organization and learning organization.
Vocational training and training of workers.

Required Literature:
M. Armstrong (2007). Human resources management. Praha: Grada Publishing house: Kap. 35.36
J. Vodák, A. Kucharcikova (2007). Effective employee training. Prague: GRADA Publishing House.


4th Seminar:
Performance, performance and current approaches to motivation and staff stimulation. IV

Required Literature:
M. Armstrong (2007). Human resources management. Praha: Grada Publishing house: Kap. 18
W. B. Werther, K. Davis (1992). Human factor and personnel management. Prague: Victoria Publishing: p. 390-409


5th Seminar:
Remuneration Procedure: Remuneration Management Systems. Deserve rewards based on performance, abilities, skills, and benefits.

Required Literature:
M. Armstrong (2002). Human resources management. Praha: Grada Publishing house: Kap. 42, 43, 47, 49
W. B. Werther, K. Davis (1992). Human factor and personnel management. Prague: Victoria Publishing: p. 364-385.


6th Seminar:
Fundamentals of human resource management. Models and models of human resource management.

Required Literature:
M. Armstrong (2007). Human resources management. Praha: Grada Publishing house: Kap. 1, 7.8
D. G. Collings; G. Wood (2009). Human resources management: a critical approach. Routledge: p. 1 - 16.

Recommended reading:
K. Inkson (2008). Are human resources? Career Development International 13 (3): 270-279.
D. Winstanley, J. Woodall (2000). Ethical dimension of human resource management. Human Resource Management Journal, 10 (2): 5-20.
N. Wilton (2016). Introduction to Human Resources Management. SAGE publications: chap. 15


7th Seminar:
Human resources policy. Human resource management.

Required Literature:
M. Armstrong (2007). Human resources management. Praha: Grada Publishing house: Kap. 10.11
F. Hroník (2007). Development and training of workers. Prague: Grada Publishing: p. 61 - 70 (Library)

Recommended reading:
Lado, A., and Wilson, M. (1994). Human Resources and Permanent Competitive Advantage: Competence Perspective. Academy of Management, 19 (4), 699-727.


8th Seminar:
Human resource management focused on knowledge and analysis of jobs and roles. Intellectual capital.

Required Literature:
M. Armstrong (2007). Human resources management. Praha: Grada Publishing house: Kap. 12,13
F. Hroník (2007). Development and training of workers. Prague: Grada Publishing: p. 75-97 (Library)

Recommended reading:
V. Bureš (2007). Knowledge management and the process of its implementation: Practical Guide. Prague: Publishing house Grada.


9th Seminar:
Human resources assurance, recruitment and selection of employees.

Required Literature:
M. Armstrong (2007). Human resources management. Praha: Grada Publishing house: Kap. 27
F. Hroník (2007). How not to burn when choosing your employees. MotivPress: p. 85 - 127.


10th Seminar:
Work adaptation and stabilization of employees. Termination of employment.

Required Literature:
M. Armstrong (2007). Human resources management. Praha: Grada Publishing house: Kap. 30 and 31
J. Koubek (2015). Human resource management: the fundamentals of modern personnel policy. Prague: Management Press: Chap. 6, 8
M. Rymes (2007). Employee Adaptation as a Process of Managing Work Change in Social Processes and Personality 2007: Proceedings of Contributions [online] [http://www.spao.eu/files/spo-proceedings07.pdf]. Brno: MSD, spol. s r.o., p. 348-352

Recommended reading:
R. Kocianova (2010). Personnel activities and methods of personnel work. Prague: Grada


11th Seminar:
Employee development, talent management, career planning.

Required Literature:
M. Armstrong (2007). Human resources management. Praha: Grada Publishing house: Kap. 37,38,39
L. Berger and D. Berger (2003). Talent Management Guide: Creating a sustainable competitive advantage by selecting, developing and promoting the best people. New York: McGraw-Hill: Chap. First
N. Wilton (2016). Introduction to Human Resources Management. SAGE publications: chap. 12

Recommended reading:
Labor Code no. 262/2006 Coll. in the current version.
M. Goldsmith, L. Carter (2010). Best Practices in Talent Management. Pfeiffer


12th Seminar:
Job evaluation and feedback.

Required Literature:
M. Armstrong (2007). Human resources management. Praha: Grada Publishing house: Kap. 44
W. B. Werther, K. Davis (1992). Human factor and personnel management. Prague: Victoria Publishing: p. 330-356.
 
Recommended or required reading:
Recommended:
SEDLÁK, M. Základy manažmentu. 1st ed. Bratislava: IURA EDITION, 2008. 310 p. ISBN 80-8078-193-4.
MÍKA, V. T. 2006. Základy manažmentu. Virtuálne skriptá. [on line]. Vybrané prednášky pre študentov externého štúdia FŠI ŽU. Žilina: 2006. ISBN 978-80-88829-78-2. 133 s. Dostupné na: http://fsi.utc.sk/kkm

 
Language of instruction:
Slovak
 
Notes:
 
Courses evaluation:
Assessed students in total: 416

A
B
C
DEFX
53,4 %
15,9 %
13,0 %
9,1 %
7,9 %
0,7 %
 
Name of lecturer(s):
doc. PhDr. Michal Vašečka, Ph.D. (examiner, instructor, lecturer, person responsible for course)
Last modification: 30. 3. 2020
Supervisor: doc. PhDr. Michal Vašečka, Ph.D.


Last modification made by Mgr. Jozef Sisák on 03/30/2020.

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