Hilton Hotel Management Case Study by The Research Group

Hilton Hotel Management
This paper explores, as a case study, the experience of working in a specific culture, as a hotel-management trainee at the Hilton Hotels: Organization, operations, treatment of guests, competition, decision making and economics.
# 18665 | 3,600 words | 14 sources | 1991 | US
Published on Feb 15, 2003 in Business (Companies) , Business (Management) , Business (Human Resources)

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"The purpose of this research is to explore as a case study the experience of working in a specific culture, as a hotel-management trainee. The plan of the research will be to describe and assess the employment experience from several points of view: first, in terms of anticipating the entry into and participation in the hotel organization; second, in terms of becoming acclimated to and working within the culture of the organization as it already existed; and third, in terms of a specific incident (or series of incidents) relating to the creation of a mode of personal behavior and attempt at re-creating a mode of behavior in the culture, not only by means of personal efforts but also by means of observing the behavior of others within the culture.

The idea of working for a season at a Hilton Hotel as an entry-level hotel manager seemed nothing but positive."

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