Hospitality Strategic Management by Cathy A. Enz
Concepts and Cases

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Updated to include the current models, theories, and hospitality practices, Hospitality Strategic Management: Concept and Cases, Second Edition is a comprehensive guide to strategic management in the international hospitality industry. Author Cathy A. Enz uses the case study approach to cover current topics such as innovation, entrepreneurship, leadership, ethics, and franchising. Eight full case studies with exhibits and documents address the areas of lodging, food service, tourism e-commerce, gaming, cruise lines, and airlines, making this book ideal for executive level training courses or hospitality industry executives interested in developing their strategic management skills.

About Cathy A. Enz

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Cathy A. Enz is Executive Director of The Center for Hospitality Research at Cornell University, and Lewis G. Schaeneman, Jr. Professor of Innovation & Dynamic Management. Her primary research focus is on innovation, best practices and change management; strategic human resource management, including the empowerment of service workers and the development of social partnerships for economic development. Dr. Enz' publications include over 50 articles in Administrative Science Quarterly, the Academy of Management Review, the Hospitality and Tourism Research Journal, the Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly, Human Relations, and others. Numerous book chapters and books, including American Lodging Excellence: The Keys to Best Practices in the U.S. Lodging Industry (with L. Dube, L. Renaghan, and J. Siguaw); Educational Institute of the American Hotel Motel Assoc; (July 1999).
Published April 1, 2004 by Wiley. 560 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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