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Property Management and the Value of IT Training
A research paper on the value of IT training in the property management industry, focusing on a company based in Hong Kong.
# 128597 | 3,874 words | 10 sources | APA | 2010 | US


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Description:

This paper explores and analyzes the role of Information Technology (IT) training in the property management industry. The paper states that IT training is essential for both productivity and morale within the property management industry. The paper explains that IT training impacts productivity not only because it allows employees to work more efficiently, but also because it enables employees to understand why information technology is needed and how to use IT to complete the tasks assigned to them. The paper goes on to define the parameters of the research, and emphasizes that the study's intent is to provide experts in the property management industry with the ability to evaluate the impact that IT training could have upon workers in the industry.

Outline:
Introduction
Defining the Problem
Discussing the Research Problem
Literature Review
The Property Management Industry in Hong Kong
The Importance of IT Training
Productivity and IT Training
Morale and IT Training
Gaps in the Current Literature
Discuss the Research Question and/or Hypotheses
Identify and Discuss Limitations and Key Assumptions of the Topic
Discuss the Contribution to Knowledge
References

From the Paper:

"Within the context of business productivity is defined as a measure of worker efficiency, such as the number of units produced per hour ("productivity", n.d.). As it pertains to economics the definition of productivity is broader and encompasses the making of goods and services to create wealth ("productivity", n.d.) Within the context of property management, productivity is associated with the amount of clientele that can be serviced within a designated amount of time. Productivity in this industry can also be measured by the ability to maintain many properties over a substantial period of time."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Baldwin, G . 1994. Property Management in Hong Kong. Property Management, Vol. 12 No. 4, 1994, pp. 18-23
  • Epstein, M. J., & Buhovac, A. R. (2006). What's in IT for You (and Your Company)? Show off Your ROI Skills by Sizing Up Your Company's IT Spending. Journal of Accountancy, 201(4), 69+.
  • Heller M. 2003. 6 Ways to Boost Employee Morale. Retrieved November 13, 2008 from; http://www.cio.com/article/31976/_Ways_to_Boost_Employee_Morale
  • Kudyba, S. (2004). The Productivity Pay-Off from Effective Allocation of IT and Non-IT Labour. International Labour Review, 143(3), 235+.
  • Maglen L., Hopkins S., Burke,G . Training for Productivity. Retrieved November 13, 2008 from; http://www.ncver.edu.au/research/proj/nr8011.pdf

Cite this Research Paper:

APA Format

Property Management and the Value of IT Training (2010, July 28) Retrieved March 01, 2024, from https://www.academon.com/research-paper/property-management-and-the-value-of-it-training-128597/

MLA Format

"Property Management and the Value of IT Training" 28 July 2010. Web. 01 March. 2024. <https://www.academon.com/research-paper/property-management-and-the-value-of-it-training-128597/>

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