Incorporation of Operational Audits in Hotel Front Office Courses

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One purpose of this research is to identify and document patterns in the current practice of operational audits of hotel front office operations. A second objective is to develop a sample section of a “generic”operational audit checklist which reflects both the most salient features of current practice and normative suggestions for future, broadly based use. Ways to incorporate the generic audit checklist into a typical front office management course as well as into current hotel operations are discussed in the final section of tho papeL Key Words: Front office, management audit, operational audit.


Business | Hospitality Administration and Management | Performance Management | Training and Development


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