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Management of Enterprise Processes

Materials for lectures

The following listed documents are the basic set of required information that will be presented in unique learning blocks. For a deep understanding of the issues problems a series of lectures and relevant scientific literature are provided. Depending on the current situation, the order of discussed blocks can be changed where appropriated.

The published materials are designed primarily for students of the University of Chemistry and Technology Prague. Some of the data contained in this course are based on public sources and for the reasons of clarity, all citations are not included, as is customary in the literature. For any possible concern, please contact authors.

All Daft´s presentations: http://www.swlearning.com/management/daft/lead3e/isc/powerpoint/powerpoint.html

Management (importance, functions, process)

Informational support and Decision making process

Decision making process in condition of uncertainty

Strategic planing

Planning presentation is on website: 

http://www.swlearning.com/management/daft/um4e/isc/powerpoint/ch05.ppt

Communication and negotiation

Organizing

Production and distribution

Purchase and Marketing

Quality and Environmental Management

Human Resources Management - motivation and evaluation 

Human Resources Management - team management and time management

Controlling; Management of innovation

Exam questions

Exercises

Cost and Costing exercises

Economic game

Economic game_template

Triangle Method example

Updated: 14.5.2019 12:30, Author: Marek Botek

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