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Comparison of motivation factors in two wood processing companies
Josip Faletar, Denis Jelačić, Leon Oblak, 2016, original scientific article

Abstract: V raziskavi smo analizirali motivacijske in demotivacijske dejavnike med zaposlenimi v dveh lesno predelovalnih podjetjih. Raziskava je potekala v letih 2014 in 2015. Opravljena je bila z metodo anketiranja, s pomočjo vprašalnika, ki je vseboval šest vprašanj s ponujenimi možnimi odgovori. Vprašanja so bila zaprtega tipa, anketiranci pa so pomembnost vsebine posameznih odgovorov ocenjevali s štiristopenjsko lestvico. Anketiranih je bilo 180 zaposlenih v vsakem podjetju, rezultati pa so bili statistično obdelani s pomočjo X2 -testa in klasterske analize. S študijo smo ugotovili, da se najbolj pomembni motivacijski dejavniki med zaposlenimi v obravnavanih podjetjih bistveno razlikujejo. Zaposleni so najbolj zaskrbljeni glede socialnih potreb. Menijo tudi, da je v podjetju zelo pomembna psihološka klima. Motivacija zaposlenih je lahko povezana z večjo učinkovitostjo, višjo kakovostjo proizvodnje in poslovnimi rezultati, zato bi bilo treba takšne raziskave pogosteje opravljati.
Keywords: lesna industrija, upravljanje kadrov, motivaciji dejavniki, demotivacijski dejavniki
Published in DiRROS: 12.07.2017; Views: 3230; Downloads: 1835
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The research of virtual production in wood industry
Tomislav Grladinović, Leon Oblak, Jože Kropivšek, Tomislav Poršinsky, Denis Jelačić, Darko Motik, 2007, original scientific article

Abstract: Enterprises with inflexible production structures can no longer survive in a turbulent market, as they cannot react to changes that would lead to their development. In order to satisfy specific customer needs related to quality, quantity, cost and delivery terms, it is necessary to restructure the existingenterprises according to the Taylor principle. One of reconstruction possibilities is the implementation of new co-operation forms that lead to virtual enterprises i.e. changeable networks. A changeable network can only achieve efficiency by means of a modern information and communication technology. This paper presents an idea of a changeable network that can be acceptable for all participants within a virtual enterprise.
Published in DiRROS: 12.07.2017; Views: 2826; Downloads: 1199
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Suggested approach to the financial controlling in wood enterprises
Mariana Sedliačikova, Denis Jelačić, Josef Drábek, Leon Oblak, 2005, professional article

Abstract: The aim of this paper is to analyse theoretical and practical approaches to the fundamentals, place, roles, functions and contents of the financial controlling in wood enterprises. After analysing various works by domestic andforeign authors, we designed our own approach to the problem of financial controlling, which is integrated into the subsystem of operative controlling and emphasises the relations between single subsystems of controlling. Financial controlling is a relatively independent part of enterprise controlling, whose main objective is to provide for liquidity in a company at all times and to ensure that the prime target of profitability is achieved at the same time.
Keywords: wood enterprise, financial controlling, management, financial stability
Published in DiRROS: 12.07.2017; Views: 2851; Downloads: 1099
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Promotion activities of wood industry in Slovenia and in Croatia
Marko Dušak, Denis Jelačić, Maja Moro, Andreja Pirc Barčić, Leon Oblak, 2016, original scientific article

Abstract: Wood industry is among the most important industrial sectors in Slovenia and Croatia. In both countries, wood sector is a part of the national strategy plans and one of the industrial branches considered national economy boosters. But media coverage of wood industry and furniture manufacturing in Slovenia, as well as in Croatia, is far behind the promotion enjoyed by other industrial branches. This paper will give the current situation in promotional activities of wood sector in Slovenian and Croatian media and demonstrate the existing differences among given countries. Also, it will present some ideas on improving this situation according to media share of other highly profiled industrial branches in some southeastern European countries.
Keywords: wood industry, promotion activities, media coverege, promotion investments
Published in DiRROS: 12.07.2017; Views: 3276; Downloads: 1681
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