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DetailsTeachersCourseMode L+(A+L+S+C) (H)EctsCode
+P:1. Vjeran Bušelić viši predavač
A: Vjeran Bušelić viši predavač
30+30 (30+0+0+0) (120)6.0172859
Code WEB/ISVU24935/172859ECTS6.0Academic year2019/2020
Name
Status1st semester - (Izvanredni specijalisti digitalne ekonomije) - obligatory course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
30+30 (30+0+0+0)
120
TeachersLectures:1. Vjeran Bušelić viši predavač
Auditory exercises: Vjeran Bušelić viši predavač
Course objectivesThe aim of the course is to introduce students with disruptive changes and business challenges arising from the increasing use of digital technology
Learning outcomes:1.identify basic concepts of structural changes of the digital age (industry 4.0). Level:7
2.evaluate and valorize the Influence of basic digital technologies (Mobile, Social, Big Data, Cloud, IoT, ...) on the Digital Economy. Level:6,7
3.identify and compare key success factors for new business models in different industries and the public sector. Level:6
4.identify and clarify the basic challenges of digital business transformation. Level:6
5.select industry and write Case study analysis of successful business digital transformation. Level:7
6.design and present the selected case and through discussion critically evaluate key success factors . Level:6,7
Methods of carrying out lecturesEx cathedra teaching
Case studies
Discussion
Questions and answers
Seminar, students presentation and discussion
Homework presentation
Methods of carrying out auditory exercisesTraditional literature analysis
Data mining and knowledge discovery on the Web
Essay writing
Discussion, brainstorming
Course content lectures1.Development of economic systems through history. Enlightenment and change of the scientific paradigm , 2h, Learning outcomes:1
2.Industrial Revolution. The Birth of Capitalism. Phases of capitalism. Fordism and the end of the Ford , 2h, Learning outcomes:1
3.Models of Capitalist Organizations Development Through History, 2h, Learning outcomes:2
4.Globalization and financial capitalism , 2h, Learning outcomes:2
5.Colloquium, 2h, Learning outcomes:2
6.Competitive ability. Comparative advantages. Smart specialization. Cognitive capitalism, 2h, Learning outcomes:3
7.Convergence. Competitive Capability. Comparative advantages. Smart specialization. Cognitive system capitalism on the Internet platform. Social Convergence. Cultural Convergence , 2h, Learning outcomes:3
8.Economics of Knowledge. , 2h, Learning outcomes:3
9.Changes in the paradigm of consumer behavior associated with the end of modernity, 2h, Learning outcomes:4
10.Colloquium, 2h, Learning outcomes:4
11.The foundations of crowdfunding , 2h, Learning outcomes:4
12.Sharnig economy , 2h, Learning outcomes:5
13.From the economy of growth to the economy of sustainable development, 2h, Learning outcomes:5
14.Transformation of capitalism , 2h, Learning outcomes:5
15.Colloquium, 2h, Learning outcomes:5
Course content auditory1.Explain and put into context the development of economic systems through history , 2h, Learning outcomes:1
2.Explain the fundamental characteristics of different forms of the founding of capitalism and development of capitalism , 2h, Learning outcomes:1
3.Determining Key Management Strategies in Designing and Architecture of Organizations , 2h, Learning outcomes:2
4.Determining key factors that have influenced the change of business paradigm , 2h, Learning outcomes:2
5.Determining key factors of cognitive capitalism, 2h, Learning outcomes:3
6.Determining key factors affecting convergence processes, 2h, Learning outcomes:3
7.Evaluate and analyze the underlying factors that affect development and innovation in the knowledge economy , 2h, Learning outcomes:4
8.Assess and Identify the Fundamental Factors that Improve the Behavioral Behavioral paradigm of the Post-Industrial Society, 2h, Learning outcomes:4
9.Evaluate and analyze the underlying factors that affect development and innovation in the knowledge economy , 2h, Learning outcomes:5
10.Proponents and determine the underlying factors that determine generational differences within the post-industrial society , 2h, Learning outcomes:5
11.Evaluate the core features and development of crowdsourcing, 2h, Learning outcomes:5
12.Evaluate the underlying features and development of sharing economics , 2h, Learning outcomes:5
13.Evaluate the fundamental features and development of the green economy, 2h, Learning outcomes:5
14.Assess core features and development of renewable energy, sustainable development and smart cities, 2h, Learning outcomes:5
15.Determining the fundamental changes brought by the digital economy and the post-industrial society, 2h, Learning outcomes:5
Required materialsBasic: classroom, blackboard, chalk...
Whiteboard with markers
Overhead projector
Video equipment
Exam literatureObavezna literatura:
1. Perkov, Davor. Upravljanje promjenama u poslovnoj organizaciji digitalnog doba, Narodne novine. 2019.
2. Spremić,Mario. Digitalna transformacija poslovanja. Ekonomski fakultet u Zagrebu, 2017.
3. Repozitorij predmeta

Izborna literatura:
1. #216;verby, Harald. Audestad, Jan A. Digital Economics: How Information and Communication Technology is Shaping Markets, Businesses, and Innovation. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 2018.
2. Venkatraman, Venkat. The digital matrix: new rules for business transformation through technology. Greystone Books, 2017.
3. Bock, Adam. The Business Model Book. Brilliant Business. 2017.
Students obligationsAttending classes; seminar work
Knowledge evaluation during semesterColloqium

Knowledge evaluation after semesterWritten exam
Student activities:
AktivnostECTS
(Classes attendance)1
(Constantly tested knowledge)1
(Essay)2
(Report)1
(Oral exam)1
RemarkThis course can be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.
Proposal made byVjeran Bušelić, Ph.D.
+P:1. Maja Pauković
L: Maja Pauković
30+30 (0+30+0+0) (120)6.0172861
Code WEB/ISVU24937/172861ECTS6.0Academic year2019/2020
Name
Status1st semester - (Izvanredni specijalisti digitalne ekonomije) - obligatory course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
30+30 (0+30+0+0)
120
TeachersLectures:1. Maja Pauković
Laboratory exercises: Maja Pauković
Course objectivesAcquire Competencies for Estimating Future Expected Business Results by Using Simple and Multiple Linear Regression Models and Determining Efficiency of Business Activities Using Selected Categorical Data Binding Models.
Learning outcomes:1.Solve tasks from a matrix account. Level:6
2.Analyze the main constituents of linear and multiple line regression models. Level:6
3.Evaluate future value variables using simple and multiple linear regression models. Level:6,7
4.Solve economic functions and analyze the solutions obtained. Level:6
5.Evaluate the effectiveness of the data batch analysis. Level:7
Methods of carrying out lecturesEx cathedra teaching
Demonstration
Discussion
Methods of carrying out laboratory exercisesLaboratory exercises on laboratory equipment
Group problem solving
Course content lectures1.Introductory lecture - introducing students to a colleague, 2h
2.Introduction to matrix algebra, 2h, Learning outcomes:1
3.Solving linear equation systems using a matrix account, 2h, Learning outcomes:1
4.Econometric analysis, 2h, Learning outcomes:2
5.A simple linear regression model, 2h, Learning outcomes:2
6.Multiple linear regression model, 2h, Learning outcomes:2
7.Testing hypotheses in a simple and multiple regression model, 2h, Learning outcomes:2
8.Estimating future values of default variables using simple and multiple linear models regression , 2h, Learning outcomes:3
9.Disruption of the assumptions in the linear regression model, 2h, Learning outcomes:2,3
10.Colloquium 1, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3
11.Economic functions, 2h, Learning outcomes:4
12.Functions of average and marginal economic variables and elasticity of function, 2h, Learning outcomes:4
13.Theoretical basics of data demarcation analysis, 2h, Learning outcomes:5
14.Applying a data demarcation model to evaluate efficiency, 2h, Learning outcomes:5
15.Colloquium 2, 2h, Learning outcomes:4,5
Course content laboratory1.Repeating the elements of the MS Excel program needed to track the teaching of the operating research, 2h
2.Solving tasks with basic matrix operations, determining the inverse matrix, calculating determinants in Excel, 2h, Learning outcomes:1
3.Solving system of linear equations using Cramer's rule and Gauss-Jordan's methods in Excel, 2h, Learning outcomes:1
4.Solving system of linear equations using Cramer's rule and Gauss-Jordan's methods in Excel, 2h, Learning outcomes:1
5.Determination of equation of linear regression model in Excel and interpretation of parameters, analysis the variance , 2h, Learning outcomes:2
6.Determination of equation of multiple linear regression model in Excel and interpretation of parameters, analysis the variance, 2h, Learning outcomes:2
7.Hypothesis testing in the model of simple and multiple linear regression in Excel, 2h, Learning outcomes:2
8.Estimation of future values of default variables using linear regression model and multiple linear regression (practical examples) in Excel, 2h, Learning outcomes:3
9.Preparing for colloquium 1, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3
10.No classes, 2h
11.Setting demand and demand equations, calculating equilibrium prices and volumes, using Cobb -Douglas's functions to calculate the percentage changes in production in Excel, 2h, Learning outcomes:4
12.Determining derivative functions, calculating average and marginal revenue functions, average function and marginal costs, the function of capital productivity and marginal productivity of capital, the marginal rate labor and capital substitution, elasticity of function in Excel, 2h, Learning outcomes:4
13.Solving and Analyzing Practical Examples of Ebard Data Analysis Models (categorical CCR and BCC models) in Excel, 2h, Learning outcomes:5
14.Preparing for colloquium 2, 2h, Learning outcomes:5
15.No classes, 2h
Required materialsSpecial purpose computer laboratory
Whiteboard with markers
Overhead projector
Exam literature1. V.Bahovec, N.Erjavec, Uvod u ekonometrijsku analizu, Element, Zagreb, 978-953-197-643-5,2009
2. Chiang , Alpha C.,Osnovne metode matematičke ekonomije,MATE, Zagreb,953-6070-05-7,1996
Students obligationsAttendance of students and lectures and laboratory exercises in the amount of at least 50%.
1,2 colloquium or written exam
Knowledge evaluation during semesterFirst colloquium, pass> 50%, 40% share in the final grade
Second colloquium, pass> 50%, 35% share in the final grade
Knowledge evaluation after semesterWritten exam, assignments, passage> 50%
Student activities:
AktivnostECTS
(Classes attendance)1
(Written exam)2
(Activity in class)1
(Constantly tested knowledge)1
(Practical work)1
RemarkThis course can be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.
Proposal made byMaja Pauković , 4.6.2018.
+P:1.mr.sc. Lucija Bačić v.pred.
A:mr.sc. Lucija Bačić v.pred.
A: Nataša Uzelac
30+30 (30+0+0+0) (120)6.0172862
Code WEB/ISVU24938/172862ECTS6.0Academic year2019/2020
Name
Status1st semester - (Izvanredni specijalisti digitalne ekonomije) - obligatory course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
30+30 (30+0+0+0)
120
TeachersLectures:1. mr.sc. Lucija Bačić v.pred.
Auditory exercises:mr.sc. Lucija Bačić v.pred.
Auditory exercises: Nataša Uzelac
Course objectivesDevelop and apply in practice the knowledge and skills of motivational processes and techniques, organizational behavior, communication, team work methods and techniques, and striving to prevent and resolve conflicts and conflicts.
Learning outcomes:1.analyze basic theoretical concepts, principles and motivational factors and organizational behavior. Level:6
2.analyze basic theoretical concepts, features and team work specificities. Level:6
3.critically evaluate the specifics and features of motivation theory. Level:7
4.differentiate motivational techniques and strategies in the context of efficient motivation management and employee satisfaction. Level:6
5.combine competencies based on theoretical knowledge of team types and roles of team leaders and team members. Level:6,7
6.critically evaluate and think creatively in designing, applying and developing motivation and self-motivation techniques in a team. Level:7
7.provide adequate ways of preventing and resolving conflicts and conflict in the team. Level:6,7
Methods of carrying out lecturesEx cathedra teaching
Case studies
Discussion
Questions and answers
Methods of carrying out auditory exercisesGroup problem solving
Traditional literature analysis
Data mining and knowledge discovery on the Web
Essay writing
Discussion, brainstorming
Interactive problem solving
Course content lectures1.Introductory lecture, methodology and operationalisation lectures and exercises, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7
Defining motivation and organizational behavior, 1h, Learning outcomes:1
2.Content theory of motivation, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,3
3.Process theory of motivation, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,3
4.Types of motivation techniques and motivation strategies, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,4,6
5.Managing motivation and employee satisfaction, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,4,6,7
6.Organizational culture, communication and interpersonal relations, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7
7.1. Preliminary exam, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7
Presentation of practical work, seminar work or essay, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7
8.Team specifics and characteristics, team types and teamwork, 2h, Learning outcomes:2,4,5
9.Creating teams and team members, 2h, Learning outcomes:2,4,5,6,7
10.Team development phases, 2h, Learning outcomes:2,5,6,7
11.Structure and organization of team management, 2h, Learning outcomes:2,4,5,6,7
12.Decision-making and leadership teams, 2h, Learning outcomes:2,4,5,6,7
13.Manage conflicts and conflicts within the team, 2h, Learning outcomes:2,5,7
14.Advantages and disadvantages of teamwork, 2h, Learning outcomes:2,4,5,6,7
15.2. Preliminary exam, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7
Presentation of practical work, seminar work or essay, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7
Course content auditory1.Presentation of practical work and the outcomes, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7
2.Exercises from practice and group discussion, case studies , 1h, Learning outcomes:1,3
Analysis of motivational factors for success (analysis of successful people), 1h, Learning outcomes:1,3
3.Exercises from practice and group discussion, case studies , 1h, Learning outcomes:1,3
Time management in function of motivation enhancement, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,3
4.Motivation strategies and techniques, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,4,6
5.Managing Employee Motivation - establishing and measuring employee motivation, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,4,6,7
Self-motivation, self-management through planning and setting goals, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,4,6,7
6.Types of organizational cultures, communication techniques and information transmission, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7
7.Exercises from practice and group discussion, case studies, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7
8.Team work team work analysis and development of a communication plan, 2h, Learning outcomes:2,4,5
9.Analysis of teamwork types and role playing, 2h, Learning outcomes:2,4,5,6,7
10.Exercises from practice and group discussion, case studies, 2h, Learning outcomes:2,4,5,6,7
11.Work delegation and organization , 2h, Learning outcomes:2,4,5,6,7
12.Negotiation types and their influence on team work, 2h, Learning outcomes:2,4,5,6,7
13.Confronting criticisms , 2h, Learning outcomes:2,5,7
14.Conflict management through the communication techniques , 1h, Learning outcomes:2,5,7
Mobbing role playing and behavior analysis, 1h, Learning outcomes:2,5,7
15.Presentation of practical work, seminar work or essay, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7
Required materialsBasic: classroom, blackboard, chalk...
Whiteboard with markers
Overhead projector
Exam literatureBasic literature:
1. Tudor, G. (2010), Vođenje i motiviranje ljudi, M.E.P., Zagreb
2. Noe, R.A., Hollenbeck, J.R., Gerhart, B., Wright, P.M. (2006), Menadžment ljudskih
potencijala, Mate, Zagreb

Additional literature:
1. Tudor, G.; Srića, V. (2006), Menadžer i pobjednički tim: čarolija timskog rada, M.E.P.
Consult, Zagreb
2. West, M. (2005), Tajne uspješnog upravljanja timom kako voditi tim, Školska knjiga
3. Certo, S.C., Certo, S.T. (2008), Moderni menadžment,Mate, Zagreb
Zagreb
Students obligationsAttend 70% of classes and exercises.
Knowledge evaluation during semesterRegularity of attendance and activity in lectures and exercises 20%.
Practical work and exposit, presentation of seminar work or essay 30%.
1. and 2. preliminary exam 50%.

Max. 10 points:
10 excellent (5)
8 9 very good (4)
6 7 good (3)
5 sufficient (2)
0 4 fail (1)
Knowledge evaluation after semesterPresentation of practical work and written exam.
Student activities:
AktivnostECTS
(Classes attendance)1
(Activity in class)1
(Constantly tested knowledge)1
(Practical work)1
(Written exam)2
RemarkThis course can be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.
Proposal made byLucija Bačić, MSc, senior lekturer
+P:1.doc.dr.sc. Dalija Kuvačić profesor visoke škole
A:doc.dr.sc. Dalija Kuvačić profesor visoke škole
30+30 (30+0+0+0) (120)6.0172860
Code WEB/ISVU24936/172860ECTS6.0Academic year2019/2020
Name
Status1st semester - (Izvanredni specijalisti digitalne ekonomije) - obligatory course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
30+30 (30+0+0+0)
120
TeachersLectures:1. doc.dr.sc. Dalija Kuvačić profesor visoke škole
Auditory exercises:doc.dr.sc. Dalija Kuvačić profesor visoke škole
Course objectivesTo enable students to acquire competences for business in entrepreneurship in the new economy.
Learning outcomes:1.Identify the notion and meaning of the new economy, globalization and knowledge society.. Level:6
2.Analyze the importance of innovation and information technology in the new economy.. Level:6
3.Analyze the importance of learning and education for competitive modern business.. Level:6
4.Classify environmental and sustainable development determinants, ethics and social responsibility.. Level:6,7
5.Categorize the specifics of networking and new business models in the new economy.. Level:6
6.Formulate a strategy for creating entrepreneurs of the 21st century.. Level:6,7
Methods of carrying out lecturesEx cathedra teaching
Case studies
Demonstration
Discussion
Questions and answers
Seminar, students presentation and discussion
Methods of carrying out auditory exercisesGroup problem solving
Essay writing
Discussion, brainstorming
Interactive problem solving
Workshop
Course content lectures1.Introduction to the course and presentation of the Syllabus., 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5
2.Determinants of the New Economy., 2h, Learning outcomes:1
3.Globalization and a new economy., 2h, Learning outcomes:1
4.Concept of knowledge society., 2h, Learning outcomes:1
5.Innovations in the New Economy., 2h, Learning outcomes:2
6.Information and communication technology in the new economy., 2h, Learning outcomes:2
7.Entrepreneurial virtual organization in the new economy., 2h, Learning outcomes:2
8.Intellectual capital as a source of competitive advantage in entrepreneurship., 2h, Learning outcomes:3
9.Learning and Education in Contemporary Entrepreneurship., 2h, Learning outcomes:3
10.Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development in Contemporary Entrepreneurship., 2h, Learning outcomes:4
11.Ethics and Social Responsibility in Contemporary Entrepreneurship., 2h, Learning outcomes:4
12.Networking and Entrepreneurship in the New Economy., 2h, Learning outcomes:5
13.New Business Models for Entrepreneurship Development., 2h, Learning outcomes:5
14.Business information as a source of competitive advantage for entrepreneurs., 2h, Learning outcomes:5
15.Characteristics of entrepreneurs of the 21st century., 2h, Learning outcomes:6
Course content auditory1.Analyze different views of the new economy and discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the new economy., 2h, Learning outcomes:1
2.Discussion of contemporary trends in the new economy. Advantages and disadvantages of globalization., 2h, Learning outcomes:1
3.Case studies of learning organizations. Differences between world and Croatian practices., 2h, Learning outcomes:1
4.Analysis of Importance of Innovation in Entrepreneurship. Case studies of innovative companies in world and Croatian practice., 2h, Learning outcomes:2
5.Discussion of the advantages and disadvantages of information and communication technology. Case studies of using Business Intelligence in practice., 2h, Learning outcomes:2
6.Submit topics for seminar papers. Case Studies of Known Virtual Businesses in Worldwide and Croatian Practices., 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2
7.Case Analysis of Known Learning and Education Programs in e-Business. Preparations for 1st Colloquium., 2h, Learning outcomes:3
8.1st Colloquium., 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3
9.Case studies of Croatian companies using environmental protection and sustainable development in their business., 2h, Learning outcomes:4
10.Case studies of Croatian companies operating ethically and using social responsibility in their business., 2h, Learning outcomes:4
11.SWOT cluster business analysis. Case Studies of Famous Clusters in the Republic of Croatia., 2h, Learning outcomes:5
12.Analysis of new models in e-business. Discussion of a new way of doing business., 2h, Learning outcomes:5
13.Analysis of student results of The tests of Entrepreneurial Skills., 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6
14.Case studies of traditional and virtual entrepreneurs. Analysis of advantages and disadvantages. Preparation for 2nd Colloquium., 2h, Learning outcomes:4,5,6
15.2nd Colloquium., 2h, Learning outcomes:4,5,6
Required materialsBasic: classroom, blackboard, chalk...
General purpose computer laboratory
Whiteboard with markers
Overhead projector
Video equipment
Exam literature1. Thomas H. Byers, Richard C. Dorf, Andrew J. Nelson, Tehnološko poduzetništvo - od ideje do tvrtke, Tehničko veleučilište u Zagrebu, Zagreb, 2015.
2. Horvat, Đuro; Perkov, Davor; Trojak, Nataša, Strategijsko upravljanje i konkurentnost u novoj ekonomiji, Edukator, Zagreb, 2012.
3. Kolaković, Marko, Poduzetništvo u ekonomiji znanja, Sinergija, Zagreb, 2006.
4. Auerswald, Philip, E-book: The Coming Prosperity: How Entrepreneurs Are Transforming the Global Economy, Oxford University Press, New York, 2012.
Students obligationsAttendance of students in lectures and audit work in the amount of at least 70% of the anticipated hourly rate.
Knowledge evaluation during semesterAttendance and activity of teaching students - 10% stake in final grade
Seminar papers and student presentations - 40% stake in the final grade
First colloquium - 25% stake in final grade
Second colloquium - 25% stake in the final grade
Knowledge evaluation after semesterRequired at least 4 exams per year. Written exam.
Student activities:
AktivnostECTS
(Classes attendance)1
(Written exam)3
(Seminar Work)2
RemarkThis course can be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.
+P:1.mr.sc. Sanja Bračun dipl.oec.
A:mr.sc. Sanja Bračun dipl.oec.
L:mr.sc. Sanja Bračun dipl.oec.
30+30 (15+15+0+0) (120)6.0172858
Code WEB/ISVU24934/172858ECTS6.0Academic year2019/2020
Name
Status1st semester - (Izvanredni specijalisti digitalne ekonomije) - obligatory course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
30+30 (15+15+0+0)
120
TeachersLectures:1. mr.sc. Sanja Bračun dipl.oec.
Auditory exercises:mr.sc. Sanja Bračun dipl.oec.
Laboratory exercises:mr.sc. Sanja Bračun dipl.oec.
Course objectivesTo empower a student to understand that Asset management is not a separate process, but an integrated part of every business system. As Asset management team members they will be responsible to solve potential challenges and in position to give constant improvements proposals. Through the lessons the student will be familiar with the process of procurement, use and maintenance of the property, as well as planning and investment processes and human resources importance. As Asset management team member the student will be in position to solve various problem situations under realistic market conditions.
Learning outcomes:1.Identify the role and place of asset management within the business system. Level:6
2.Link importance of planning process and market analysis in order to ensure successful asset management. Level:6,7
3.Key performance indicators comment of asset management over the lifetime. Level:6
4.Identify the sequence and understand the importance of investment project monitoring. Level:6
5.Critically evaluate results of analysis of use fixed assets and maintenance based on method of reliability of asset management. Level:7
6.Be prepared for active participation in processes of asset management within the business system. Level:6,7
Methods of carrying out lecturesEx cathedra teaching
Guest lecturer
Case studies
Discussion
The lessons are exhibited in a way that the theoretical framework combines with examples of practice and students are encouraged to give an overview of the examples they have come up with.
Methods of carrying out auditory exercisesGroup problem solving
Discussion, brainstorming
Interactive problem solving
Workshop
Methods of carrying out laboratory exercisesTraditional literature analysis
Data mining and knowledge discovery on the Web
Discussion, brainstorming
Workshop
Course content lectures1.Define of asset management system within the business process, 3h, Learning outcomes:1
2.Strategic management with planning and use of fixed asset acquisition , 3h, Learning outcomes:2
3.Life cycle monitoring and competences in asset management, 3h, Learning outcomes:2,3
4.Market analysis, segmentation and marketing processes as tools for successful asset management, 3h, Learning outcomes:3
5.Financial reports as sources of asset management performance indicators , 3h, Learning outcomes:3
6.Metrics and asset management standards and preparation of investment projects, 3h, Learning outcomes:4
7.Asset management tools and methodologies , 3h, Learning outcomes:5
8.Ontology and Integrated Asset Management, 3h, Learning outcomes:6
9.Asset management tools and methodologies , 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6
10.Asset management system reliability , 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6
11.No lessons
12.No lessons
13.No lessons
14.No lessons
15.No lessons
Course content auditory1.No lessons
2.Type and purpose of Assets and the Process of Asset Management Planning, 4h, Learning outcomes:1,2
3.Market Analysis Methods Applying, 4h, Learning outcomes:3
4.Cost and revenue analysis in process of performance indicators calculation , 4h, Learning outcomes:3
5.1st colloquium, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3
6.No lessons
7.No lessons
8.No lessons
9.No lessons
10.2nd colloquium, 2h, Learning outcomes:4,5,6
11.No lessons
12.No lessons
13.No lessons
14.No lessons
15.No lessons
Course content laboratory1.No activity
2.No activity
3.No activity
4.No activity
5.No activity
6.Practical application of process norms in Asset management , 3h, Learning outcomes:4
7.Investment project analysis, 4h, Learning outcomes:5
8.Faults and damage monitoring of Fixed assets during their life cycle , 4h, Learning outcomes:5,6
9.Program support and risk management methods of asset management systems, 4h, Learning outcomes:5,6
10.No activity
11.No activity
12.No activity
13.No activity
14.No activity
15.No activity
Required materialsBasic: classroom, blackboard, chalk...
General purpose computer laboratory
Overhead projector
Exam literatureObavezna literatura:
1.prof. dr.sc. Ivo Čala i ostali: Održavanje i gospodarenje imovinom, Hrvatsko društvo održavatelja, Zagreb, 2016.
2.dr.sc. Mladen Mauher i mr.sc. Sanja Bračun: Aktualne elektroničke mape nastavnika pripremljene za predavanja dostupne na LMS sustavu

Preporučena literatura:
1.S. Duffuaa; A Raouf, Cham: e-book Planning and control of maintenance systems: modelling and analysis", Springer, 2015.
2.John Woodhouse: ISO 55000: Asset management What to do and why? 2014.
3.David G Cotts; Kathy O Roper; Richard P Payant, Chichester: e-book International facility management, West Sussex, United Kingdom, 2014.
4.Constantin May; Peter Schimek, Ansbach: Total productive management: fundamentals and introduction to TPM - or how to achieve operational excellence", CETPM Publ. 2014.
5.David G Cotts; Kathy O Roper; Richard P Payant: e-book The facility management handbook, New York: American Management Association, 2010.
6.D. J. VANIER, Asset management: "A to Z", Institute for Research in Construction, National Research Council Canada, 1200 Montreal Road, Ottawa, 2001.
Students obligations70% of attendance on lessons and exercises
Knowledge evaluation during semester1st and 2nd colloquium
Seminar work
Knowledge evaluation after semesterAfter accepting the seminar work, oral Exam (in case of non-fulfilment of 1st and 2nd colloquium conditions)
Student activities:
AktivnostECTS
(Written exam)3
(Oral exam)3
RemarkThis course can be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.