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Managing the Lodging Operation / Edition 1
     

Managing the Lodging Operation / Edition 1

by Robert Christie Mill
 

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ISBN-10: 0131129937

ISBN-13: 9780131129931

Pub. Date: 02/25/2005

Publisher: Pearson

Using an understandable, reader-friendly writing style to provide comprehensive coverage, this book focuses on an industry-oriented description of the skills and knowledge necessary to successfully run a hotel. The various elements of the book are applicable to all operating departments in a lodging operation, though viewed from the perspective of a

Overview

Using an understandable, reader-friendly writing style to provide comprehensive coverage, this book focuses on an industry-oriented description of the skills and knowledge necessary to successfully run a hotel. The various elements of the book are applicable to all operating departments in a lodging operation, though viewed from the perspective of a General Manager. Emphasis on financial responsibility is evident throughout the book’s theoretical model of how to manage a hotel, research-based presentation of what General Managers actually do, and explanation of how to become profitable through the delivery of service and quality. Chapter topics cover managing supply and demand, improving employee performance, increasing income, revenue and cost management, improving productivity, managing customer service, and managing quality. For individuals interested in the field of hotel management, and for hotel managers who aspire to become General Managers.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780131129931
Publisher:
Pearson
Publication date:
02/25/2005
Series:
Pearson Custom Library: Hospitality and Culinary Arts Series
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
336
Product dimensions:
7.00(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.90(d)

Table of Contents

1. Introduction—How to Manage a Hotel.

2. Protecting the Assets: Guests, Employees, Structure and Contents.

3. Protecting the Assets: Financial Controls.

4. Managing Supply and Demand.

5. Improving Employee Performance.

6. Increasing Income: Revenue Management.

7. Increasing Income: Cost Management.

8. Improving Productivity.

9. Managing Customer Service.

10. Managing Quality.

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