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Communication and Human Resources in Hospitality Management

***** the general overview which is provided by his text on the modernizing implicati*****s of service innovation, Peter Woods writes that "the culture ***** ***** has promoted new ways of organizing the global economy, new forms of capital exchange, and ***** ways ***** working and consuming... the roles of economic actors, ***** ***** market relationships, appear to be constantly transforming." (*****, 2) T***** observation may be considered a centerpiece ***** 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 aspect of the evolution ***** technological ***** philosophical practices in virtually every other market context. Particularly, ***** ***** be examining the role ***** progressive human res*****ce orientation has played in improving innovation and effectiveness within the service 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 the Marriott Hotel cha*****, which ***** in recent years undergone a dr*****matic human res*****ce restructuring. The outcome of this restructuring is intended to be a signific*****nt improvement in meeting ***** challenges ***** are inherent to an increasingly diversified, globalized and technologically integrated **********. 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 ***** demands which ***** specific ***** the hospitality industry.

This 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 human resources de*****ment 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 of fast growth and sharp retraction. This has been particularly true for Marriott, which seized on an era ***** increased *****urism *****d hospitality investment in order to catapult ***** ***** top of the market. However, changing market realities and ***** increased nuance of the hospitality industry would dem***** Marriott to consider altering its corporate structure so as to reflect a transition to a context in which it could more effectively approach hurdles dist*****ct to individual divisions. The discussion here, b*****ed on the case study at hand, ***** remark upon the str*****egies regarding human resource communication which ***** effectively be approached by the corporation in the interests ***** ***** reformation.

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

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