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Communication and Human Resources in Hospitality Management

In the general overview which is provided by his text on the modernizing implications of service innovation, Peter Woods writes that "the culture of ***** has promoted new ways of organizing the global economy, new forms of capital exchange, and ***** ***** of working and consuming... the roles of economic actors, and of market relationships, appear to be constantly transforming." (Woods, 2) T***** observation may be considered a centerpiece to our discussion, opening ***** subject of innovations in the service industry as part of a gr*****nder scheme of an innovative cultural thrust. Indeed, as we proceed with this discussion, an evident connection of processes and outcomes will emerge to characterize service innovation as a necessary *****pect of the evolution ***** technological ***** philosophical practices in virtually every other market context. Particularly, ***** will be examining the role ***** progressive human resource orientation has played in improv*****g innovation and effectiveness within the ***** sector. *****he focus will be drawn toward ***** hospitality field, which is indeed a substantial front in the service *****.

***** the center of our ***** will be the case example of ***** Marriott Hotel cha*****, ***** has in recent years undergone a dr*****matic human ***** restructur*****g. The outcome of this restructuring is intended to be a significant improvement in meeting the challenges which are inherent ***** an increasingly diversified, globalized and *****ly integrated *****place. However, as the restructuring has served to significantly alter the hotel's personnel conditions and hierarchies, it is necessary for methods of effective business communication to be tailored to the dem*****s which are specific ***** the hospitality industry.

***** is crucial to maintaining a clarity of responsibilities, *****s and a sense of placement for personnel. The assurance that this takes place originates within the ***** res*****ces department but must ***** disseminated to all corners of the newly calibrated organization.

According to the article entitled Marriott Corporation: The Cost of Capital, the ***** industry has seen a tumultuous progression ***** fast growth and sharp retraction. This has been particularly true for Marriott, which seized on an era of increased tourism *****d hospitality investment in order to catapult to ***** top of the market. However, chang*****g market realities and ***** increased nuance of the ***** ***** would demand Marriott to consider altering its corporate structure so as to reflect a transition to a context in which it could more *****ly ********** hurdles dist*****ct to individual divisions. ***** discussion here, based on the case study at hand, will remark upon the str*****egies regarding human resource communication which ***** effectively be approached by the corporation in the interests of ***** reformation.

The primary avenue to ***** taken as assessed by the ***** study in achieving ***** goal ***** diversifying its operational orientation would be the creation of a new ***** with a more refined ***** on financial strategies and investment properties relating to ***** specific aspect of hotel management (as opposed to the real-estate operation. Such is to say

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