Jiří Voříšek, Jan Pour, Alena Buchalcevová
This paper describes the characteristics and principles of the MBI (Management of Business Informatics) model developed at the Department of Information Technologies, University of Economics in Prague. The aim of the MBI model is to offer IT professionals in charge of information technology management in organizations a comprehensive methodological support based on industry best practices.
Edmundas Jasinskas, Dalia Štreimikienė, Biruta Švagždienė, Artūras Simanavičius
Solid opinion is noticed, that evaluation of individual and organisational learning is in particular complicated process. Aksu & Özdemir, Jaseviciute – Ufartiene, Mejeryte – Narkeviciene & Widelska, Örtenblad, Phillips, Stewart, accentuate the essence of learning organisation and claim that implementation of the model of learning organisation in practice is very difficult. Works of mentioned scientists are mostly focused on transformation of traditional organisation into learning organisation.
The financial system of market economy is based on the trust in accounting data. Without this trust investors do not invest, banks do not provide credits, entrepreneurial spirit disappears, entrepreneurs dismiss employees, unemployment grows and the economy collapses. Moreover any financial analysis based on accounting data becomes worthless as the reality is totally different.
Ľudmila Jánošíková, Lýdia Gábrišová, Bruno Ježek
The quality and efficiency of an emergency medical system (EMS) depends mainly on the number of ambulances operating in a given region and the deployment of stations where the ambulances are kept. Specifying the proper number of ambulances is a sensitive issue balancing between two opposing aspects.
Boris Popesko, Šárka Papadaki, Petr Novák
Issues related to analysing the cost and reimbursement of any activities performed, especially within hospital organizations, has lately piqued the interest of academics and practitioners. One possible reason for this is that medical establishments in various countries face the same challenges of limited resources, increasing costs and heightened demands for services.