Aktuality a pozvánky
Setkání projektového týmu
Almost complete MU team of the ReCiPSS project spent the beginning of
June in Italy's Matera at the International Forum on Knowledge Asset
Dynamics. The 14th run of the conference attracted more than 290 people
from 40 countries around the world. It was a great chance to present and
discuss our preliminary results in the front of the audience attending
our special ReCiPSS track „Knowledge ecosystems and the circular economy
– challenges and barriers“ chaired by Alena Klapalová!
Finalizing the in-depth interviews
Our ReCiPSS members have met over the finalization of in-depth interviews with their colleagues from C-ECO (consortium partner). The businesses dealing with spare parts, both new and remanufactured ones, will be the respondents in our effort to understand their needs and problems concering their reverse flows. The meeting took place in Karlsruhe, Germany. You can see the team members from Germany, Slovakia, Portugal, France, Czechia, and the Netherlands during the workshop break.
Our special track on IFKAD 2019
Our members organize a special track Knowledge Ecosystems and Circular Economy – Challenges and Barriers at 14th International Forum on Knowledge Asset Dynamics taking place in Matera, Italy, on 5-7 June 2018. This special track is part of our Horizon 2020 project Resource-efficient Circular Product-Service Systems. You are welcomed to join the special track or the Forum.
Meeting over the ReCiPSS project
Planning of in-depth interviews with wholesale dealers, retailers, and car repair shops, through which the spare parts and components travel today, constituting so-called linear reverse logistics. Knowledge of their attitudes, barriers, and incentives for changing this path and involving within cirkuláře reverse logistics is essential for further progress of the ReCiPSS project.
ReCiPSS project has started
A Horizon 2020 project Resource-efficient Circular Product-Service Systems (ReCiPSS) has started. Faculty of Economics and Administration and RISB members participate in this unique consortium of 13 partners from 7 EU countries. The project's objective is to establish the first industry-driven large-scale demonstrators of circular manufacturing systems in two key industries with a strong potential for closing the loop: white goods and automotive spare parts. Please see more at http://www.recipss.eu.
Our special track on IFKAD 2018
Our members organize a special track Customer Knowledge Management as a Solution for Product and Service Failure and Returns at 13th International Forum on Knowledge Asset Dynamics taking place at Delft University of Technology, Netherlands on 4-6 July 2018. This special track is part of our GA CR project Managerial approach to reduction of reverse flows in connection to customer satisfaction and continuous improvement. You are welcomed to join the special track or the Forum.
Mzdy mužů a žen: ne vždy jde o diskriminaci
Česká republika má druhé největší rozdíly ve mzdách mezi muži a ženami v rámci Evropské unie. Ani Německo či Rakousko ale nejsou vzorem rovnosti. Na druhé straně, vliv diskriminace je mnohem menší, než se tvrdí. "Kvůli ní berou ženy asi o desetinu méně než muži," říká v rozhovoru pro časopis TÝDEN ekonomka Veronika Hedija, která se výzkumem různého odměňování dlouhodobé zabývá.
Annual World Conference (#ISSS2017 Vienna)
In July 2017, the International Society for the Systems Sciences (ISSS) invites you to their 61st Annual World Conference (#ISSS2017 Vienna) in co-operation with the Bertalanffy Center for the Study of Systems Science in Vienna. The RISB member prof. Johannes Göllner will chair a session at this conference.
Department of Corporate Economics – Faculty of Economics and Administration, Masaryk University, invites you to the International Scientific Conference of Business Economics, Management, and Marketing – ISCOBEMM 2017. The conference will take place on 25-26th May 2017 in Zaječí, Czech Republic. Conference theme is Corporate Management vs. Upcoming Challenges.
The Czech Science Foundation project
Our Institute´s members work currently on a project supported by the Czech Science Foundation, entitled Managerial approach to reduction of reverse flows in connection to customer satisfaction and continuous improvement. The project spans from 2016 till 2018.