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Introduction to Managing Hospitality Experience
Transcript of Introduction to Managing Hospitality Experience
Management Topic 1:
Managing The Hospitality Experience Hospitality Studies Service, Accommodation,
Food The way of greeting in Japanese Inn One of the Distinctive Features Omotenashi: The Heart of Japanese Hospitality
1. Offering a service without expectation of any
returned a favour.
2. The ability to actualise that idea into an action. Elaborate Food Traditional Japanese Ryokan The Way of Greeting at Ryokan What is
Experience? Definition of Hospitality Economics,
Motivation 5 Tips to Become a Successful Manager... 1) Welcome guests with smile
2) Happy employees make a happy hotel
3) Approach social network as an opportunity to engage
4) Make the most of all the online promotions
5) Providing goods & services, as well as running profitable business Example of Good Manager... Hiroko Noguchi (Female GM) 5 star luxury hotel,
located near Mt. Fuji,
area known as natural hot spring,
dog friendly Reason 1
Treat each guest differently Reason 2
Keep her mind open Reason 3
Unique Service Poor Management in Restaurant... Reference List: Evaluation Food Serving Cost Managament Customer Service Hospitality Industry Food & Beverage Accommodation Cafe
Night clubs Motels
Guest Houses Hotels
Motel "In truly hospitable environments guests are looking for something special that gives surprise and delight. This means that the innovation are more likely to be host led and will depend upon the creativity of the host and the staff as performers. It means that they have to interpret the needs of their guests in unusual and exciting ways that create memorable experiences; experiences that encourage guests to return and the guests will be sufficiently excited about to discuss with their friends creating positive word of mouth promotion."
(by Hemmington 2007, pp.14-15) Hospitality Encounter meeting and interaction
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2011, Omotenashi – The Heart of Japanese Hospitality, WAttention, viewed 8 September 2012, <http://www.wattention.com/archives/omotenashi-the-heart-of-japanese-hospitality/>. "Customer do not buy service delivery, they buy experiences;
they do not buy service quality, they buy memories;
they do not buy food and drink, they buy meal experience"
Hemmington 2007, p.6 Definition of Hospitality Industry Definition of Hospitality Management Consumption Experience Economic Offerings