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Internacionalizacija kot strategija rasti - študija primera podjetja v enološki dejavnosti
Lucija Mukenauer, 2021, master's thesis

Abstract: Slovenska podjetja so velikokrat primorana poseči na tuje trge, saj prodaja na domačem trgu ne omogoča pokriti proizvodno količino in povečati prihodke. Podjetje Puklavec Family Wines d.o.o. se srečuje ravno s tem problemom oz. priložnostjo. Sedaj je prisotno že več kot na dvajsetih trgih po svetu. Na vinsko potencialnem avstralskem trgu še do tedaj ni prisotno. Skozi magistrsko nalogo smo predstavili: motive, omejitve in tveganja internacionalizacije, način izbora trgov, strategije vstopa na mednarodne trge, proces internacionalizacije, modele in teorije internacionalizacije ter internacionalizacijo malih in srednje velikih podjetij v Sloveniji. Ko se podjetje odloča internacionalizirati je pomembno prav tako vedeti po kakšni strategiji rasti raste in analizirati poslovno okolje. Poslovno okolje smo analizirali s pomočjo treh modelov. To so: Porterjev model, PEST analiza in SWOT analiza. V praktičnem delu naloge smo opisali samo podjetje Puklavec Family WInes d.o.o. ter izvedli konkurenčno, tržno in finančno analizo. Predstavili smo tudi sedanjo strategijo rasti podjetja – diverzifikacijo. Naredili smo preliminarni izbor produktov za novi trg in sicer smo za primerno linijo izdelkov izbrali izdelke višje kakovosti, ki vsebujejo vina svetovno znanih vinskih sort, tj. blagovna znamka Estate Selection. Na podlagi notranje in zunanje analize smo ugotovili, da za podjetje trenutno ne priporočamo vstopa na avstralski trg, saj med Slovenijo in Avstralijo še ni sklenjenega prosto-trgovinskega sporazuma. Zaradi tega so vstopne ovire – carine itd. previsoke. Ko bo ta ovira rešena, bo Avstralija zelo primeren trg za mednarodno sodelovanje, saj so Avstralci veliki pivci in dobri poznavalci vin. Najbolj primeren način vstopa bi v začetku poslovanja bil posredni izvoz z distributerjem, saj velja za vstopno obliko z nižjimi stroški kot ga predstavljajo investicijske oblike vstopa. Prav tako, na začetku, ko še podjetje ne pozna trga, vso odgovornost in stike s trgom prevzame distributersko podjetje, ki se je že morda srečalo s tem trgom. Podjetje Puklavec Family Wines je prepoznavno in vodilno na slovenskem trgu. Njihove znamke beležijo prepoznavnost tudi na tujih trgih. Produkti podjetja so visoke kakovosti. To lahko pojasnimo z dosegom velikega števila mednarodnih nagrad na ocenjevanjih vin. Tudi na najbolj priznanem in prestižnem vinskem ocenjevanju v Londonu so prejeli število nagrad.
Keywords: Puklavec Family Wines, internacionalizacija, izbor trgov, motivi internacionalizacije, omejitve in tveganja internacionalizacije, globalizacija, internacionalizacija malih in srednje velikih podjetij v Sloveniji, teorija rasti, analiza poslovnega okolja, Porterjev model, PEST analiza, SWOT analiza, KANVAS, strategije rasti, preliminarni izbor produktov, notranja analiza, zunanja analiza, oblike vstopa na mednarodni trg.
Published: 31.08.2021; Views: 101; Downloads: 25
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The psychodynamic processes related to the involvement in peacekeeping missions
Branko Lobnikar, Špela Vesel, Emanuel Banutai, 2011, original scientific article

Abstract: Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to review the decade of Slovenian police officer’s experiences with international peacekeeping operations. The main goal of police officers, involved in these missions, is to prevent conflicts between opposite sites, to implement basic agreements, protect humanitarian missions and reinforce policing operations in the conflict area. The purpose of the paper is to acknowledge the lessons learned while planning and implementing further cooperation of Slovenian police officers in peacekeeping (police) operations. The main purpose of the paper is to analyze the consequences of deployment to peacekeeping missions for police officers as well as their family members (partners and children) by analyzing the psychodynamic processes related to the involvement in peacekeeping missions. Design/Methods/Approach: The paper is based on the review of literature. The empirical part of the paper presents the results of the research on a small sample of police officers (n = 36) and their family members (n = 25 partners + 35 children). Findings: Police peacekeepers should be well prepared for different stress situations; they are exposed to various stress factors before, during, and after serving in a mission. That is why training and reintegration programmes are of great importance. We establish that respondents assess that deployment to a peacekeeping mission has a positive and negative impact on the relationships between family members. As many as ¾ of mission members believe deployment can have a positive impact above all in the sense of strengthening the emotional ties between partners, increased mutual trust and strengthening of the partnership. For them, deployment to a peacekeeping mission is a challenge and personal experience, which can change the way they see the world. 2/3 of partners state similar positive impacts and they also believe that there is more trust between the partners after the experience with the peacekeeping mission, they treasure their time together and thus represent bigger support for each other in difficult times. As the most common problem, respondents perceived marital problems and the occurrence of negative feelings among family members (anger, avoidance, judgment ...). A large share of respondents stressed problems with children. 43.8% of respondents also named depression as a problem. Research limitations/implications: The findings are limited to the Slovenian police and their police officer’s experiences, serving in various police peacekeeping missions and their family members. Practical implications: Based on lessons learned this paper complements the results of different surveys of the researched topic. The results cannot be completely generalized, although some findings could also be useful to similar police organizations in Europe. Originality/Value: This paper addresses and explores different small scale surveys, conducted on sampled Slovenian police officers who served in peacekeeping missions and their family members. Findings could be of interest for the general as well as expert audience.
Keywords: police, police officer’s family, peacekeeping missions, Slovenia, stress, training and reintegration programmes, SE Europe
Published: 05.05.2020; Views: 389; Downloads: 21
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Three Languages in Early Childhood
Sabina Kramer, 2019, master's thesis

Abstract: Moving all over the world can result in mixed marriages and households. Parents with different cultural and linguistic backgrounds are faced with the dilemma of how raising their children in a multilingual environment. The aim of this work is to provide the reader with insight into a complex situation of multilingual upbringing. This paper deals with the development of children’s trilingualism, specifically with the children growing up with two languages from birth and one additional language soon afterwards. The results of the family case study show that raising children with three languages requires organisation and consistency. Moreover, the children's language proficiency in all three languages is connected to the amount of exposure to each language. The English linguistic competence is lower in comparison to Slovene and Spanish; this is attributed to the fact that the children had smaller exposure to English language. Furthermore, all three research subjects have been codeswitching; the oldest research subject did not codeswitch in the earlier language production but after being exposed to three languages for a longer period of time. On the other hand, the younger research subjects who were exposed to English at a much earlier age, codeswitched more in the earlier English language production. The children codeswitched in all three languages; however, at present, most codeswitches are in Slovenian and English.
Keywords: bilingualism, family bilingualism, trilingualism, multilingual upbringing
Published: 28.10.2019; Views: 391; Downloads: 0

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The use of econometric methods in family farm succession studies
Zarja Bohak, Andreja Borec, 2009, review article

Abstract: Farm succession is an important issue for any family farm, for the future structure of farming and for rural policy makers. This is the process whereby the skills, traditions and capital of farming are passed from one generation to the next. Scientists realized the importance of scientific investigation of succession on family farms no more than thirty or forty years ago, as the earliest studies bear dates from 1968 on (see i.e. Nalson 1968). There are many different scientific methods used to process surveys' data or to represent the process of farm succession; this paper offers a review of foreign and Slovene studies from the last 15 years, in which econometric methods are used to describe and analyse the family farm succession process.
Keywords: family farm, farm succession, econometric methods
Published: 19.03.2018; Views: 1223; Downloads: 68
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The analysis of barriers in succession processes of family business with the use of grey incidence analysis (Polish Perspective)
Ewa Więcek-Janka, Rafał Mierzwiak, Joanna Kijewska, 2016, original scientific article

Abstract: The article presents results of research on the identification and evaluation of barriers faced by successors in family businesses during the first process of succession. The analysis of empirical material used grey systems theory, which was considered as an equivalent for the analysis of small samples and qualitative research. While conducting the literature review and empirical study, the authors concentrated on (a) the identification of barriers in the development of family firms and (b) eliciting the perspective of the new generation of owners in family firms entering the succession process through an empirical analysis of the assessed level of risk in relationships with family and business.
Keywords: family business, company performance, business efficiency, leadership, ownership, family, risk, research, grey incidence analysis, grey system theory
Published: 14.11.2017; Views: 798; Downloads: 302
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Implementing quality indicators for diabetes and hypertension in family medicine in Slovenia
Zalika Klemenc-Ketiš, Igor Švab, Tonka Poplas-Susič, 2017, original scientific article

Abstract: Introduction: A new form of family practices was introduced in 2011 through a pilot project introducing nurse practitioners as members of team and determining a set of quality indicators. The aim of this article was to assess the quality of diabetes and hypertension management. Methods: We included all family medicine practices that were participating in the project in December 2015 (N=584). The following data were extracted from automatic electronic reports on quality indicators: gender and specialisation of the family physician, status (public servant/self-contracted), duration of participation in the project, region of Slovenia, the number of inhabitants covered by a family medicine practice, the name of IT provider, and levels of selected quality indicators. Results: Out of 584 family medicine practices that were included in this project at the end of 2015, 568 (97.3%) had complete data and could be included in this analysis. The highest values were observed for structure quality indicator (list of diabetics) and the lowest for process and outcome quality indicators. The values of the selected quality indicators were independently associated with the duration of participation in the project, some regions of Slovenia where practices were located, and some IT providers of the practices. Conclusion: First, the analysis of data on quality indicators for diabetes and hypertension in this primary care project pointed out the problems which are currently preventing higher quality of chronic patient management at the primary health care level.
Keywords: family practices, healthcare quality indicator, diabetes mellitus, hypertension, Slovenia
Published: 03.11.2017; Views: 773; Downloads: 273
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Quality of life for families of children with intellectual disabilities
Majda Schmidt, Ksenija Seršen, 2017, original scientific article

Abstract: The main part of the article presents the results of a recent empirical study about the quality of life for families in Slovenia that have a child with intellectual disabilities and other developmental disabilities. Using the FQOLS-2006, we analysed nine quality of life domains (Health, Financial Well-Being, Family Relationships, Support from Others, Support Services, Influence of Values, Careers, Leisure and Community Interaction) from the perspective of six measurement dimensions. The study also examines the differences among the measurement dimensions in the nine domains. The sample consisted of 44 families. We used descriptive statistics and inferential statistics (Friedman test). The Family Relationships domain had the highest average rating of all measured domains regarding the quality of family life. The results in the domain of Support from Others are not encouraging, in particular the domain of Support from Services. Families require powerful support programs from qualified professional teams as well as societal and political attention.
Keywords: family quality of life, intellectual disabilities, quality of life domains, quality of life dimensions
Published: 26.09.2017; Views: 636; Downloads: 89
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Defining rural, remote and isolated practices
Rok Petrovčič, 2016, review article

Abstract: There is no single definition of rural practice available. Definitions vary from one country to another, as countries differ in geography and have different health care systems with varying organizational specificities, even within the same country. In spite of increased urbanization and the specific health-related problems it brings with it, a large proportion of the world population still dwells in rural, remote, and isolated areas. In fact, there are many countries in the world with extensive rural areas. Rural areas are unique in organization, demographics, and infrastructure, and so are the specific health-related problems of people living in them. Healthcare in such areas is generally provided by general practitioners or by physicians specialized in family medicine. One of the basic challenges in rural health is defining which areas are rural and finding the characteristics that define “rural”. There are several criteria and combinations of criteria that can be used to define rural areas. Their use mostly depends on the purpose for which the definition is used, and can thus vary from application to application. This paper addresses issues in rural family practice and criteria that may be used to define such practices. It also presents the use of criteria for defining rural practices in a small European country, on the example of Slovenia.
Keywords: Slovenia, rural health, rural population, family practice
Published: 07.08.2017; Views: 578; Downloads: 92
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Deficiency areas in decision making in undergraduate medical students
Zalika Klemenc-Ketiš, Janko Kersnik, 2014, original scientific article

Abstract: Background: In family medicine, decisions can be difficult due to the early presentation of often poorly developed symptoms or the presentation of undifferentiated conditions that require competencies unique to family medicine, such as; primary care management, specific problem-solving skills, and a comprehensive and holistic approach to be taught to medical students. Purpose: The aim of this study was to assess the decision-making process covering all theoretical aspects of family practice consultation and to recognize possible areas of deficiency in undergraduate medical students. Materials and methods: This was a cross-sectional, observational study performed at the Medical School of the University of Maribor in Slovenia. The study population consisted of 159 fourth-year medical students attending a family medicine class. The main outcome measure was the scores of the students' written reports on solving the virtual clinical case. An assessment tool consisted of ten items that could be graded on a 5-point Likert scale. Results: The final sample consisted of 147 (92.5%) student reports. There were 95 (64.6%) female students in the sample. The mean total score on the assessment scale was 35.1+-7.0 points of a maximum 50 points. Students scored higher in the initial assessment items and lower in the patient education/involvement items. Female students scored significantly higher in terms of total assessment score and in terms of initial assessment and patient education/involvement. Conclusion: Undergraduate medical education should devote more time to teaching a comprehensive approach to consultation, especially modification of the health behavior of patients and opportunistic health promotion to patients. Possible sex differences in students' performance should be further evaluated.
Keywords: assessment, family medicine, undergraduate medical education, decision making
Published: 03.08.2017; Views: 578; Downloads: 302
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