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Managing projects in hospitality organizations

Richard Teare

Managing projects in hospitality organizations

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by Richard Teare

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Published by Cassell in London .
Written in English


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Statementcompiled and edited by Ricahrd Teare.
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Open LibraryOL14989100M
ISBN 100304325481

With the cutthroat competition in the hospitality industry, a well-thought-out talent management strategy has the power to dramatically improve customer service levels, along with employee engagement, and significantly lower the employee turnover rate. The result is a more competitive, agile organization, where each member of the workforce has. Organizing for Project Management, What is Project Management?, Trends in Modern Management, Strategic Planning and Project Programming,Effects of Project Risks on Organization,Organization of Project Participants,Traditional Designer-Constructor Sequence,Professional Construction Management,Owner-Builder Operation,Turnkey Operation,Leadership and Motivation for the Project .


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