The aim of the course is to get familiar with analytical and design models of business processes and their simulation. Moreover the course will provide basic detail insights into process modelling with the use of several notations like BPD, Aris, UML, BPMN 2.0, IDEF, EPC and Petri nets. Further, the students will be informed about the principles of economic systems modeling technique using software agents. The lectures will be focused on the practical use of software simulation framework MAREA, which was developed in cooperation with Silesian University in Opava and Reatechnology Copenhagen. Another used tools will be BIMP, AnyLogic and Witness.
The aim of the course is to introduce to students some basic notions from process management area, practical use of BPMN notation for designing as-is and to-be process models, and Business Process Management (BPM) life cycle. Tools like Bizagi, ARIS and Disco as a Process mining support are used in exercices.
The aim of the course is the explanation of information systems (IS) principles in the relation to information technologies (IT). The core of the subject is the information system architecture, its task in the information systems lifecycle and its significance in the IS design and implementation in the enterprise. The students will get familiar with technologies and procedures, which are used during the development and running phase of information system.
The aim of the course is to explain and exercise the principles of information systems design and implementation including main principles of team project management.
The aim of the course is to introduce students with the possibilities of using information technology at all levels of managing the company, to show the process of developing the information system, its analysis and design and the need of interaction between author and user of the system. Students will learn the basic principles of operation and maintenance of the company information system based on modern information technology. They will become familiar with the architecture of the information systems, its evaluation, obtaining information from the business environment and with the use of computers to support decision-making.
The aim of the course is to come out from the knowledge of common business processes and to learn how to describe them, to numerate and to measure their performance by using financial and non-financial indicators, and to use modern management methods. The subject should lead the students to the use of practical analysis in the budgeting of company, to the rating of investment projects and assesment of innovations designs.
The aim of the course is to increase and develop the general level of economic education, knowledge and methodological and practical skills of students in business practice.
Supervised disertation thesis
Ing. et. Ing. Michal Halaška. The use of process mining for management of business processes. Karvina: Silesian University in Opava, School of Business Administration, Czechia. 2016 - now
Ing. Dalibor Šimek. The implementation of process management workflow system in business area. Karvina: Silesian University in Opava, School of Business Administration, Czechia. 2016 - now
Ing. Věra Pelantová, Ph.D. The maintenance of processes in organisation. Habilitation thesis. Liberec: Technical University of Liberec, Faculty of Economics, Czechia, 2018.