Learn the skills you’ll need to take on a management role in the international hospitality industry with a degree from Johnson & Wales University. This online Hotel & Lodging Management bachelor’s degree program hones in hotel operations while also focusing on topics such as marketing and branding, international property development, and revenue management.
There are many ways that technology can support business practices—I highlighted seven in a previous blog post.
One of the biggest problems many companies have today is that while there is a dearth of data, the ability to effectively mine and analyze it to obtain actionable information is still very much a work in progress.
It is always an interesting thought experiment to consider the ways in which technology may be integrated into a business in support of the objectives of that business.
It is really interesting when you are talking about an industry that is over 2,000 years old!
While it seems like a “square peg, round hole” problem, the fact is that technology is already highly integrated into the modern hotel experience and becoming more so each day.
The hospitality industry is constantly growing and changing. Learn about the up-and-coming trends, career paths, and how you can take on a leadership role within this industry through Johnson & Wales University’s online hospitality management bachelor’s degree program.
There are many reasons to go back to school. Whether you’re looking to finish up a program you previously started, advance in your career, or pursue a career change, getting your degree is the first step.
In an industry as competitive and service-oriented as hospitality, some might question the value of getting a degree in hospitality. According to five JWU Online graduates who are currently working in the industry, having a degree is the differentiator they needed to stand out.
When you think about the hospitality field, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? For most, it is working in and around hotels. While this is a key area of employment, for sure, hospitality management careers span much more than just the hotel industry. Here’s a closer look at the opportunities available to those who pursue hospitality management careers.
Who: Debbie Howarth, Ed.D., is a professor in the College of Hospitality Management’s International Hotel School on the Providence Campus, as well as an online instructor.
Article: Skift’s “Why Hospitality Should Hire Candidates with No Previous Hotel Experience” by Colin Nagy, head of strategy at Fred & Farid, a global advertising agency
Agree or Disagree with the Article: Agree
As a one-time consultant for Carnival Cruise Line and long-time cruiser myself, I’ve picked up a bevy of tips along the way. Whether it’s your first time aboard a big ship or you’ve been on more boats than you can count, here are my best tips for making the most of your time at sea.
Consider Your Itinerary Before You Pack
Remember to carefully review the itinerary that you received from the cruise line. Are there formal nights? Dining dress codes? etc.