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Managing for Productivity in the Hospitality Industry

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Managing for Productivity in the Hospitality Industry
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Publisher: The Global Text Project
ISBN/ASIN: 0442264518
Number of pages: 236

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The objectives of this book are twofold: to indicate how critical improved productivity is to improving the bottom line, and to show how productivity improvement programs can be designed and implemented. The book takes a practical approach, dealing with the basic problem: What is productivity and how do I, as a line manager, improve it within my operation?

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