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Although remote work is not an entirely new concept, its popularity has been visibly increasing only over the past few years – the change was mainly accelerated by the Covid-19 pandemic. The response of academia was almost instant, resulting in the proliferation of articles addressing this phenomenon. The starting point for the majority of these research papers is an actual definition of remote work, also called telework, telecommuting, distributed work, or virtual work. Although remote work has been gaining considerable attention lately, an unambiguous definition of the term is still missing. This article aims to explore and systemize the various definitions of remote work and identify the overlapping and contradictory elements. The fast spread of the Covid 19 also meant that remote work was implemented almost overnight. To this day, employers and employees are dealing with both the advantages and disadvantages that remote work brings. This causes friction and requires an organisational change in many companies. It seems like for some, this now widely popularised concept is reaching its limits. Therefore, the second part of the article focuses on the exploration and systematisation of the advantages and disadvantages that this new way of working brings from the perspective of employers as well as employees.
This article presents a method of comprehensive analysis that was developed to classify a larger number of post-socialist housing-estates within one municipality. It enables to reveal certain patterns and potentials and classify seemingly uniform housing-estates into categories which share similar characteristics and challenges. Such classification helps set a regeneration strategy and further planning actions aimed at starting a longterm sustainable regeneration of housing estates. The method is illustrated on the case of the city of Ostrava where 34 housing-estates were analyzed based on their attractiveness and spatial and socio-economic characteristics. The analysis uncovered four specific groups of housing-estates with similar patterns. The method allows to visualize these conclusions and communicate them easily to the wide public. Hence, the method addresses two key factors when setting the regeneration policies: the ability to take decision and to communicate it.
Rural tourism is an important and growing sector that can make a significant contribution to solving some of the social and economic problems of rural areas, while contributing to the sensitive maintenance of the landscape and the expansion of cultural and social traditions. The mayors of the municipalities are approaching the schools of architecture to develop studies to promote rural tourism. They expect the students to come up with creative new ideas that will attract tourists and improve the public space in the village, thus contributing to the quality of life of local residents. The article deals with the benefits of cooperation between the FA BUT and municipal governments and presents, as an example, a student project to promote tourism in the municipality of Tvarožná Lhota.