Theory of Management
- Department of Management and Economics
The enterprise is defined as social, economic and technical system operating in the framework of legal and administrative regulations. The subject is focus explanation of basic concepts, historical evolution of management as science and ability, characterized managerial functions, selected managerial techniques and role and position of managers.
Seminar credit requirements: Compulsory tuition attendance, processing and vindication of semestral assignments.
Exam of knowledge from the following headings:
1. Management concept, resources and history of development.
2. Manager concept, hierarchical levels, characterization, premises.
3. Managerial functions, development, characteristic.
4. Planning, characteristic, signification, requirements, process of planning and sources of plan, classification of plans.
5. System of company goals.
6. Organising, process, mission, requirements, span of management, formal and informal organizational structure, evolution of organizational structures.
7. Classification of organizational structures, development of organization, life cycle of organization. Delegation of competences and their consequences.
8. Model of enterprise organizational structures in accordance with H. Mintzberg. Characteristic of essential types of organizational systems in accordance with H. Mintzberg.
9. Leadership, essential directions, leadership methods. Theory X and Y. Situation theories. Motivation, motivation conceptions, essential groups of motivation theories.
10. Human resources management, significance, purpose and characterization. Corporate process of human resources management and its characterization. Instruments of employees choice. Management of output and management of output methods. Remuneration and factors of employees remuneration.
11. Controlling, mission of control, phases of controlling process and their characterization. Classification of controlling processes. Deviations in controlling process and their significance.
12. Analyzing, importance of analyzing in management.
13. Decision, typology of decision, items of decision making process, essential of formal-logical procedures in decision. Essential methods of decision and their characterization. Decision methods within risk and uncertainty. Information for decision-making process.
14. Implementation, significance of implementation in management.
- Syllabus of lectures:
1. Management as a concept, definition and evolution of management.
2. Managerial functions.
3. Planning, mission and character of plans, classification of plans, process of plan-making.
4. Organizing, mission of organizational structures, segmentation of organizational structures.
5. New organizational structures
6. Life cycle of organization, organization model of evolution and revolution.
7. Leadership role, situation theories, motivation theories.
8. Human resources management, process and mission.
9. Controlling, stages of controlling process, classification of controlling processes.
10. Analyzing, mission and value.
11. Decision making, essential methods, preferential system of decision maker, information and decision making process.
12. Implementation, value and appreciation.
13. Corporate culture and managerial ethics.
- Syllabus of tutorials:
1. Programme and method of seminar making, semestral assignment conditions of settings and processing.
2. Individual appreciation, discussion and approval of semestral assignment setting proposal, setting of the first case study.
3. Consultation of semestral assignment, presentation of the first case study and discussion.
4. Consultation of semestral assignment, presentation of the first case study and discussion, setting of the second case study.
5. Consultation of semestral assignment, presentation of the second case study and discussion.
6. Consultation of semestral assignment, presentation of the second case study and discussion, setting of the third case study.
7. Consultation of semestral assignment, presentation of the third case study and discussion.
8. Consultation of semestral assignment, presentation of the third case study and discussion, setting of the fourth case study.
9. Consultation of semestral assignment, presentation of the fourth case study and discussion.
10. Consultation of semestral assignment, presentation of the fourth case study and discussion.
11. Presentation and vindication of semestral assignments.
12. Presentation and vindication of semestral assignments.
13. Conclusion, appraisal, crediting
- Study Objective:
The subject is targeted to familiarize, to describe to characterize theoretical approaches and methods of enterprise management and their practice application.
- Study materials:
1. Žáček, Vladimír: Teorie management. ČVUT v Praze, Česká technika - nakladatelství ČVUT, učební text, Praha 2008, ISBN 978-80-01-03963-2
2. Žáček, Vladimír: Management podniku. ČVUT v Praze, Česká technika - nakladatelství ČVUT, učební text, Praha 2009, ISBN 978-80-01-04370-7
3. Magretta, Joan: Co je to management. Jaká je jeho úloha a proč je věcí každého z nás. Management Press, Praha 2004, ISBN 80-7261-106-2
4. Koontz, Harold, Weihrich, Heinz: Management. Victoria Publishing, a.s., Praha 1993, ISBN 80-85605-45-7
5. Veber, Jaromír a kol.: Management : základy, prosperita, globalizace. Management Press, Praha 2006, ISBN 80-7261-029-5
6. Vodáček, Leo, Vodáčková, Oľga: Moderní management v teorii a praxi. 3. rozšířené vydání, Management Press, Praha 2013, ISBN 978-80-7261-232-1
7. Drucker, Peter, F.: To nejdůležitější z Druckera v jednom svazku. Management Press, Praha 2004, ISBN 80-7261-066-X
- Further information:
- No time-table has been prepared for this course
- The course is a part of the following study plans:
- 11 126 NSTI REP 2012 základ (compulsory course in the program)