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A Study On Customers' Perception On Service Of Star Hotels In Coimbatore City

J.K. Bharath
2019 Zenodo  
hotels in the study area and (iii) To give suggestions to the hotel management and customers. the hotel management fails to identify the impact variables, this study help find the impact variables which  ...  The following are the objectives of the study : (i) To present the socio economic profile of the study (ii) To formulate the impact variables of the hotel service and to find the impact variables of star  ...  Proteins ensure the body stays healthy and continues working efficiently by aiding in many bodily processes.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4301202 fatcat:hoihqmlounbbtbj5xiqpyp6354

GOOD GOVERNANCE IN MUNICIPAL AND RURAL MUNICIPAL OFFICES OF LOCAL ADMINISTRATION IN POLAND

Witold Szumowski
2019 Management Theory and Studies for Rural Business and Infrastructure Development  
Its use in practice is limited to operationalization through formulating a variety of indices which are usually dedicated to countries and regions.  ...  as proposes a tool for evaluating the level of maturity of management solutions based on the concept of good governance.  ...  Acknowledgment The publication was the outcome of the project entitled "Adaptation of the management system of local government office to the good governance concept" which was financed by The National  ... 
doi:10.15544/mts.2019.13 fatcat:ebrs772h5jho7j37qyj2xyhk44

Operationalising Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Effectiveness

Salinah Togok, Che Ruhana Isa, Suria Zainuddin
2014 Asian Journal of Accounting Perspectives  
This paper suggests a multiple model approach comprising a process model, system resource model and outcome model for measuring ERM effectiveness.  ...  The findings suggest that the COSO framework is still relevant for ERM and that to improve the robustness of the effectiveness instrument, a multidimensional approach is key.  ...  Built upon this premise, this paper suggests a multi-model approach comprising a process model, system resource model and outcome model to measure ERM effectiveness in managing risks (See Figure 1) .  ... 
doi:10.22452/ajap.vol7no1.3 fatcat:jgwmr76t4jhm7n3uoykshad5ge

Hotel performance and research streams: a network cluster analysis

Ruggero Sainaghi, Rodolfo Baggio, Paul Phillips, Aurelio G. Mauri
2018 International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management  
A network approach recognizes the internal structure of the network by identifying groups of nodes (papers) that are more densely connected between themselves than to other nodes within the network (modules  ...  Purpose This article provides a review of hotel performance within the hospitality and tourism research domain. We use network analysis to examine two research questions.  ...  The increasing relevance of human resource management is largely related to the nature of the hotel, that it is a high-contact system organization, where employees play a pivotal role in many processes  ... 
doi:10.1108/ijchm-05-2017-0260 fatcat:ujfblkzgfncijnuo5hznuuuxy4

Leadership, Learning Organization and Job Satisfaction in Ghanaian Telecommunications Companies

Remy Nyukorong
2016 European Scientific Journal  
With the growing number of knowledge workers in Ghana, it is not possible for business executives to satisfy the demands of employees through conventional leadership.  ...  The study findings revealed a positive impact of interactive learning organization building blocks on employee job satisfaction.  ...  It is urgent to revise and improve business activities on a continuous basis to be able to make the shift from action to knowledge in business, and from ability of effort to ability of discernment (Gardiner  ... 
doi:10.19044/esj.2016.v12n29p29 fatcat:67mzgprodjhtvenubgtx5zv5da

96/00942 Environmental management systems

1996 Fuel and Energy Abstracts  
Continual improvement in this model would mean simply maintenance of the system and incremental improvements to routine management.  ...  An increase in employee involvement in system design and implementation may also improve performance Wageman, 1994, Wehrmeyer, 1996) : continual improvement is most likely to occur when the full range  ...  to the back cover of Volume II: The following components of the National Database on Environmental Management Systems are included electronically on a CD attached to the back cover of Volume II: 2 )#  ... 
doi:10.1016/0140-6701(96)90995-9 fatcat:jexfth5m7jajnbruh2v74jxcja

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS [chapter]

2014 Standards and Quality  
Continual improvement in this model would mean simply maintenance of the system and incremental improvements to routine management.  ...  An increase in employee involvement in system design and implementation may also improve performance Wageman, 1994, Wehrmeyer, 1996) : continual improvement is most likely to occur when the full range  ...  to the back cover of Volume II: The following components of the National Database on Environmental Management Systems are included electronically on a CD attached to the back cover of Volume II: 2 )#  ... 
doi:10.1142/9789814623582_0008 fatcat:f4p45dh3mbheto2hngw2uoxh4i

Environmental Management Systems [chapter]

1999 International Environmental Standards Handbook  
Continual improvement in this model would mean simply maintenance of the system and incremental improvements to routine management.  ...  An increase in employee involvement in system design and implementation may also improve performance Wageman, 1994, Wehrmeyer, 1996) : continual improvement is most likely to occur when the full range  ...  to the back cover of Volume II: The following components of the National Database on Environmental Management Systems are included electronically on a CD attached to the back cover of Volume II: 2 )#  ... 
doi:10.1201/9781420048520.ch9 fatcat:jzwlanhpvrfidbklpvjjpa43wi

Environmental management systems [chapter]

2011 Environmental Impact Assessment  
Continual improvement in this model would mean simply maintenance of the system and incremental improvements to routine management.  ...  An increase in employee involvement in system design and implementation may also improve performance Wageman, 1994, Wehrmeyer, 1996) : continual improvement is most likely to occur when the full range  ...  to the back cover of Volume II: The following components of the National Database on Environmental Management Systems are included electronically on a CD attached to the back cover of Volume II: 2 )#  ... 
doi:10.1201/b10717-7 fatcat:rdthxxr3gfeflbm2thnrsdrqyu

ORGANIZATIONAL FACTORS AND INNOVATIVENESS OF HOUSING DEVELOPERS

Sonal
2012 American Journal of Applied Sciences  
The findings from this study suggest that to enhance the innovativeness in the Malaysian housing industry, managers and chief executives need to consider cultural dimensions such as adhocracy culture and  ...  In examining the influence of a firm's structure and culture on innovativeness among housing developers in Malaysia, we draw a theoretical perspective to develop hypotheses, that propose the structure  ...  Business system could be the opening or development of the new market, marketing methods, introduction of a new management system, while 'process' could include the manufacturing process and new administrative  ... 
doi:10.3844/ajassp.2012.1953.1966 fatcat:e5dfvjsiybcs3jtgadgfbyobpi

How Do Employee Attitude Surveys Contribute to Staff Turnover Intentions in a University Setting?

Andrew T. Muguna, Isaac N Micheni, James M. Kilika, Catherine Kaimenyi
2022 International Journal of Business Administration  
The study found that employee attitude surveys have been practized to a low extent and produced correspondingly low staff turnover intentions.  ...  The study called on future research to apply more robust statistical techniques anchored on mixed methods design for a more comprehensive explanation of the direction of the causal effects of attitude  ...  The low standard deviation suggests a high level of consensus among the respondents on the extent of the Implementation.  ... 
doi:10.5430/ijba.v13n2p79 fatcat:xotexjpz7nfb5mggh6uulxmpfi

A Constructivist Grounded Theory Investigation of Businesses' Concerns about Public-Private Partnership Responses Toward COVID-19

Moustafa A. Mekawy
2021 Tourism  
The proposed partnership policies and solutions of governments seem inadequate and reflect a lack of agility.  ...  The period under investigation is May 2020 to July 2020, when COVID-19 was causing a fundamental change in Egypt's tourism industry.  ...  Acknowledgments: I would like to thank the helpful reviewers for their informative remarks on the first round of submissions, which helped me improve the overall quality of my work, especially the Methodology  ... 
doi:10.37741/t.70.1.1 fatcat:mwgxt6ujvfcypcm5j6zkxzmoh4

Indian Banking Sector: Challenges and Opportunities

K V Kamath, S S Kohli, P S Shenoy, Ranjana Kumar, R M Nayak, P T Kuppuswamy, N Ravichandran
2003 Vikalpa The Journal for Decision Makers  
Training is a continuous process by which the employees are honed and their skills finetuned.  ...  While this will address what is known as 'stock' of NPAs, to tackle the 'flow' of NPAs, banks are implementing credit risk management systems.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0256090920030308 fatcat:6da3id4nozg7ron5mfpw3fuzza

Managing Nature–Business as Usual: Resource Extraction Companies and Their Representations of Natural Landscapes

Mark Brown
2015 Sustainability  
Their journey towards sustainability delivers, in practice, the management of nature as business continues as usual.  ...  management processes.  ...  Acknowledgments: The author would like to thank the academic editor, the editorial team and the two anonymous reviewers for their constructive criticism in the writing of this article.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su71215791 fatcat:7jxa5j67fjfgzd6ydloh7p26rm

Challenges of introducing a professional eID card within health care

Karin Hedström, Fredrik Karlsson, Fredrik Söderström
2016 Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy  
By utilizing a socio-technical perspective, it is possible to minimize potential problems related to the implementation and use of eID.  ...  Purpose The aim of this paper is to examine the specific types of challenge that arise when introducing an eID card for professional use in a health care setting.  ...  Acknowledgments This research has been made possible by funding from the Swedish Civil Contingency Agency.  ... 
doi:10.1108/tg-10-2013-0044 fatcat:2f5jqvdywvcrhld445pzixbd7y
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