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Managing All??“in??“One For Dummies managing hotels effectively  lessons
10 books in 1 Managing Leadership Project Management Leading Business Change Conflict Resolution At Work Critical Conversations The Leadership Brain Performance Appraisals Communicating Effectively Managing Teams Your all??“encomp
2639 RUR
Managing Children's Services managing hotels effectively  lessons
Managing Children’s Services provides underpinning knowledge and skills necessary to manage and administer children’s services effectively. Written in three parts, Managing Children’s Services first introduces philosophical and marketplace perspectives. It then deals with an introduction to management, including theories and structures of childcare. The third part covers a broad range of issues involved in administration, such as financial management, office administration and organisational planning. It also includes additional references and links for supporting material to assist staff and students in broadening their knowledge well beyond the text.
6890 RUR
Matthew Smith X. Managing Your Firm's 401(k) Plan. A Complete Roadmap to Managing Today's Retirement Plans managing hotels effectively  lessons
An objective resource for managing your firm's 401(k) plan With the recent uncertainty in the economy and financial markets, 401(k) plans are now under more scrutiny than ever. Written for finance and benefit professionals who are responsible for the management, operations, or oversight of their company's 401(k) plan, Managing Your Firm's 401(k) Plan offers a guide to designing and managing a 401(k) with a focus on financial, fiduciary, and regulatory standards. While there are plenty of books on 401(k) plans written for the individual investor, there are very few resources for professionals involved in 401(k) management. This book effectively fills that void It was specifically written for professionals involved in 401(k) management It includes regulatory and fiduciary information needed for compliance purposes It was created by experienced experts in the defined contribution plan arena Topics covered throughout this insightful guide include measuring retirement readiness, establishing plan governance, managing the plan's investment menu, monitoring record keeper performance, communicating effectively with employees, helping participants manage their retirement income, and much more.
5264.97 RUR
Measuring & Managing Customer Satisfaction In Non-star Accommodations managing hotels effectively  lessons
The five and other star category hotels are generally owned by prominent business houses and managed professionally. In comparisons to five and other star hotels, the financial capacity of the owners of most of the non-star hotels (including heritage hotels, small hotels, paying guest houses and other guest houses) is limited. It adversely affects their capacity and efforts to offer physical structure and other facilities required by tourists. Most of the service providers and other hired staff in non-star hotels are also not exposed to formal education and professional training. Therefore, these non-star hotels may not be able to gain sufficient satisfaction from their guests. In this context, it will be very significant to identify the level of satisfaction of international as well as domestic customers availing accommodation facilities in non-star accommodation facilities in Jodhpur. Keeping this factual situation in view, this research was carried to concentrate on identifying the level of customer satisfaction of international and domestic tourists availing accommodation facilities in non-star hotels of Jodhpur.
7790 RUR
Joe Payne Managing Indirect Spend. Enhancing Profitability Through Strategic Sourcing managing hotels effectively  lessons
Unique guidance for cutting costs regardless of economic conditions—without reducing headcounts Successfully reduce costs in the area of indirect spend and watch your bottom line grow. Managing Indirect Spend provides you with the knowledge and tools necessary to get it done with an overview of: the challenges faced when sourcing indirect spend categories; strategic sourcing process; tools that can help drive savings, and examples based on real world experience. This how-to guide clearly covers specific sourcing engagements and provides the details needed to source effectively. Includes sections covering the process, the tools, real-world examples, guidance through specific sourcing engagements and the information needed to source effectively Presents guidance for achieving the object of strategic sourcing: cost reduction Shows how effectively managing indirect costs can provide a huge impact on bottom line growth Covers all areas of Market Intelligence (MI) With tools, real world examples, and workable guidance, Managing Indirect Spend provides insider guidance for big bottom-line growth through effective management of indirect costs.
5884.38 RUR
The Business of Excellence managing hotels effectively  lessons
The Business of Excellence uses first-hand experiences from high-performance operations to provide invaluable leadership lessons, as well as offering clear, accessible and practical insights on managing teams in any business environment.
2640 RUR
Analysis Of Lake Bogoria Basin Water Resource managing hotels effectively  lessons
Water scarcity is a global issue of concern attracting concern by global nations. The scarcity has been an important factor affecting livelihoods in all global nations. This book provides relevant water management lessons from an Arid and Semi Arid region of Kenya covering the upper Catchment of Lake Bogoria Basin. The lessons learnt from the successes, failures and challenges in managing water in the Basin are vital if cascaded to other Arid and Semi Arid Lands globally.
4929 RUR
Getting a Life with Asperger's: Lessons Learned on the Bumpy Road to Adulthood managing hotels effectively  lessons
Author, speaker, and autism advocate Jesse A. Saperstein knows a lot about living with Asperger’s. Diagnosed at the age of 14, Jesse has struggled, triumphed, flubbed, soared, educated, and inspired. Along the road to adulthood, he has learned many lessons the hard way. In this honest and engaging book, he offers a guided tour of what he’s learned about getting along with others, managing emotions, succeeding in school and work, building relationships, and more.
1519 RUR
Greg Harvey Manage Your Life with Outlook For Dummies managing hotels effectively  lessons
An all-new guide that unlocks the secrets of greater Office 2007 productivity-a must-have for power users and everyone who would like to work more efficiently Offers scores of tips, tricks, and techniques to boost productivity with the programs people use every day-Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint Topics covered include dealing effectively with e-mail, effectively managing files, using and creating templates, reusing and remixing content, sharing and reviewing content, and efficiently managing time and scheduling The CD-ROM and companion Web site offer podcasts of key productivity tips from the book Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.
1544.92 RUR
Understanding and Managing Change in Healthcare managing hotels effectively  lessons
Change happens constantly in healthcare contexts and professionals, whether newly qualified or managing staff, need to be ready to understand, adapt to, manage and implement change as necessary whilst continuing to work effectively in busy environments. Unlike most change management texts, this book focuses specifically on change in frontline healthcare practice. It covers the process of change from problem identification, to evaluation of new practice, to continuation of change. Offering practical guidance in an accessible style, all health professionals alike should not be without this book.
2323 RUR
Professional Services: Text and Cases managing hotels effectively  lessons
DeLong and Nanda's Professional Services: Text and Cases is the first casebook to be published on the management of professional service firms (law firms, architecture, financial services, consulting). It includes a comprehensive selection of case studies that span these industries broadly. Although much has been researched and written about managing service firms generally (e.g., food service, hotels, banking and other consumer services), very little has been compiled on managing professional services. Professional Service firms have a highly educated employee base and these firms offer both consumer and commercial services that involve managing, supporting and improving their clients' intellectual assets. Delong and Nanda have developed this text to demonstrate to students the unique challenges and opportunities attendant upon this market segment of our economy.
5814 RUR
The Spirit to Serve Marriotts Way managing hotels effectively  lessons
In the bestselling tradition of The HP Way, The Spirit to Serve describes how one of the most successful businessmen of the twentieth century built the Marriott enterprise from a respectable $50-million-a-year business into the $12-billion international giant it is today. Told in J.W. Marriott, Jr.'s own words, The Spirit to Serve distills years of hard-earned wisdom and experience into twelve timeless lessons that managers at any level can implement in their own business lives. From effectively managing and motivating employees to preserving order amid change, Marriott recounts in vivid detail both his successes and his failures and what he learned from them.
583 RUR
Internal Control for Hotels’ Current Assets managing hotels effectively  lessons
Internal control’s main objective is ensuring successful safeguarding of assets. Its effective implementation involves setting goals and performance standards, monitoring and measuring performance to spot likely deviations from preset standards, and initiating due corrective actions to set performance back to standards. This book explains how internal control procedures can be applied to safeguard hotels’ current assets; cash disbursements incurred for labor and purchasing, cash receipts obtained from the food and beverage and the front office departments, and inventory. The field study and subsequent statistical analyses revealed that the level of application of internal control, managers’ awareness of its importance, and the effect of obstacles were moderate. A significant relationship was found between managers’ awareness of internal control procedures importance, the seriousness of obstacles, some hotels’ characteristics; and the application of internal control procedures, particularly in the food and beverage department. It was also detected that five-star and chain-managed hotels apply internal control more effectively than four-star and independent hotels, respectively.
7790 RUR