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Professor Dr. Christine Jones from University of Derby Business School visited the Institute of Management under the Erasmus+ exchange programme in November 2014. Apart from giving lectures on various topics such as Negotiation Techniques of SMEs in Derby, Low-carbon and Globalisation, and Service Marketing, she introduced a logistic project carried out in the UK. Furthermore a roundtable discussion on mutual future research opportunities was initiated where the following colleagues from the University of Pannonia were present: Dr. András Gelencsér, Dr. Zoltán Veres, Dr. Dirk-Jan Kamann, Dr. Katalin Lőrincz, Melinda Koczor-Keul and Edit Komlósi. Dr. Jones also discussed potential cooperation with Dr. Lajos Szabó, The Dean of the Faculty of Business and Economics. Her programme included two company visits: Herend and Beurer. Written by Edit Komlósi
Job Descriptions Workbook and Resource Book by university associate professor Dr. Beáta Sz. G. Pató was published in English in 2014 by Pearson publishing company. It was also published in Hungarian by Pannon Egyetemi Kiadó. The author recommends the workbook to students and professionals with the following thoughts.
If you have ever had the intention to create a job description as an employer or employee, the first thing was probably a deep breath, then you tried to think about how to get started. You must also have thought about how a document, which satisfies both the employer and employee can be complied. After setting this aim, the only question left in your mind was: how can it be prepared? What should it look like? What information should it contain? What is absolutely essential? What can be omitted from it? The answers to these questions are far from simple, and can probably be found in practice and corporate objectives.
The aim of this book is to provide an image of the job descriptions used in practice. The job descriptions at different organisations and corporations may show structural and content related differences. Each and every organisation can have a different purpose with the job descriptions. At the same time, the different conditions and opportunities of application at the organisations determine the preparation and usage of job descriptions.
This book was written for experienced human resource managers as well as for those who wish to have a deeper insight of the world of job descriptions, both for BSc and MSc students. This book is also useful for employers and employees. The workbook and resource book can be a starting point for the understanding and usage of job descriptions. The book contains material and tasks which may lead to the critical review of job descriptions.
Having finished the exercises in the book, the active reader acquires such routine and professional experience that they will be able to:
– make suggestions about the contents and structures of the job description for different purposes
– compile a job description
– introduce, apply and enforce the job description
– manage the documents of the job description
– effectively participate in human resource management by preparing job descriptions
In the book several “real” corporate job descriptions are introduced, for which a number of exercises were created. The reader gets deeper and broader knowledge, experience and routine of job descriptions by solving tasks and studying job descriptions step by step. The reader is given the pleasure of recognition and the experience of discovery while the knowledge is carved in their minds through practical examples. After reading and analysing numerous corporate job descriptions, the reader will have a wide repertoire of the possible ways of creating job descriptions, which will make them capable of preparing their independent job descriptions which are adjusted to business goals.
I wish you success and efficient work to use this book!”
PROCUREMENT IN HEALTH CARE: PRACTICE AND RESEARCH
1st International Workshop: R&D in Stakeholder Driven Procurement:Health care, Public sector, Hospitality industry and the Humanitarian sector
Morning session: Status of Health Care Procurement
Afternoon session: Research Workshop
Procurement in Health Care: Best Practice and Research
Health care is becoming more expensive everywhere in the world. Whether organised as private health care institutions, Public Bodies or mixtures of these, the rise in costs of medical care is wide spread. In this context, most Governments try new institutional arrangements to control expenditure, while at the same time hospitals and care institutions look for ways to reduce costs, although they are at the same time under pressure to improve the quality of medical care.
In this context, we organise a special day on Friday the 10th of October 2014, reviewing both the state of the art of modern procurement practice in hospitals in Western-Europe in the morning and the latest research findings and practitioner experiences in Stakeholder dependent activities like Hospitals, Public Procurement, Humanitarian activities and the Hospitality sector in the afternoon.
The Department of Supply Chain Management of the Faculty of Business and Economics of the University of Pannonia in Veszprém, in cooperation with the largest University Hospital of the Netherlands – the University Medical Centre of Groningen – and its Procurement Department will organise the day.
In the morning, after the opening at 9.00 by the Dean of the Faculty of Business and Economics, Dr. Lajos Szabó, guest speakers will share their experience with the participants:
• Prof. Dr. Péter Mihályi, Professor at the University of Pannonia, Faculty of Business and Economics, Head of Department, Department of Finance: Cost-benefit analysis in health care and the current financial state of the Hungarian health care system
• Prof. Dr. Dirk-Jan Kamann, Research Professor at the University of Pannonia, Faculty of Business and Economics: External dynamics: new challenges and opportunities
• Hans Bax MBA, Procurement Manager of the UMCG and President of the Dutch Association of Purchasing Dept of Health Care (NEVI Zorg): Procurement at the UMCG: challenges and results
• Prof. Dr. Ning Qu, Thorax Surgeon at Tianjin Chest Hospital, International Project Manager at UMCG and Chairman of Sino-European Medical Innovation and Co-operation (SEMICO): Sourcing in China for medical devices? Some results
• Prof. Dr. Zoltán Kovács, Professor at the University of Pannonia, Faculty of Business and Economics, Head of Department, Department of Supply Chain Management, Márta Vörös: Hospital purchasing: a case study
After lunch, the afternoon will cover research contributions in procurement in sectors were typically various types of Stakeholders are important: examples we think of are the health care sector, public sector, the hospitality sector and the humanitarian sector. We welcome papers on results, proposals and new ideas. Practitioners, Researchers and PhD students will be invited to present their work and/or discuss experiences in the field. We already received contributions on for instance the adoption criteria for doctors, insurance companies and staff when it comes to medical devices, but also a presentation by the Hungarian Armed Forces on supply chains in crisis. While expert researchers and PhD students are invited to present their work and other new ideas that may arise, interested practitioners are warmly welcomed to provide us with their views and experiences. Hopefully, a new international network will arise for future cooperation in this field.
The day will receive the support of the International Purchasing and Education Research Association (IPSERA). The costs of participating for will be kept low (max 10.000 ft or 35 euro for the morning; free for the afternoon).
Prof. Dr. Dirk-Jan Kamann, University of Pannonia,
Faculty of Business and Economics,
Egyetem Utca 10,