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Foodservice Organizations by Mary B. Gregoire
Written for junior and senior level student, this best-selling text presents a comprehensive portrait of how to manage commercial and on-site foodservice operations effectively and efficiently in the 21st century. Using the foodservice systems model as a guide, it shows managers how to transform the human, material, facility, and operational inputs of the system into outputs of meals, customer satisfaction, employee satisfaction, and financial accountability. This edition features expanded coverage of sustainability, social responsibility, and globalization and offers principles that will lead to managerial success.
Foodservice Organizations by Mary B. Gregoire
For all dietetic and foodservice management courses covering topics such as procurement, financial management, quantity food production, human resource management, and leadership. Organized around the well-proven foodservice systems model, this text provides detailed and current information on how managers can optimally transform human, material, facility, and operational inputs into outputs of meals, customer satisfaction, employee satisfaction, and financial accountability. Blending theory and practice, it gives foodservice managers a strong empirical base for managing operations. After thoroughly introducing the model, it presents in-depth coverage of each functional subsystem: procurement, production, distribution, service, safety, sanitation, and maintenance. Next, readers master today's most relevant leadership, communication, decision making, HR, financial, and marketing techniques. The book concludes with a full section on system outputs, including methods for evaluating them. This edition adds new coverage of sustainability; updated information on energy management and food safety; expanded coverage of marketing and globalization; and the latest dietary guidelines.
Foodservice Organizations by Marian C. Spears
Presents a comprehensive portrait of how to manage commercial and on-site foodservice operations effectively and efficiently in the 21 st century. Using the foodservice systems model as a guide, it shows managers how to transform the human, material, facility, and operational inputs of the system into outputs of meals, customer satisfaction, employee satisfaction, and financial accountability. This edition continues its legacy of sound theory and real-world focus, and offers new insights on food safety, the Food Code 2005, foodservice layout and design, process improvement and leadership techniques that will lead to managerial success. New Topics: Includes the latest topics impacting foodservice managers such as: Process improvement and measurement of quality, Foodservice layout and design, HACCP, food safety, and the Food Code 2005, Current theories in management and leadership, Diversity in the workforce and cross-cultural communication, Management of financial resources. Offers the latest techniques for measuring and improving quality within the foodservice system. Demonstrates how layout and design impacts food preparation and output. Extensive and up-to-date information on food safety. Managers of foodservice.
Foodservice Organizations by Mary Gregoire
This is the eBook of the printed book and may not include any media, website access codes, or print supplements that may come packaged with the bound book. For all dietetic and foodservice management courses covering topics such as procurement, financial management, quantity food production, human resource management, and leadership. Harnesses a unique systems model to explain and understand foodservice management Applicable to a wide range of courses, including food production, management, leadership, and human resource management, this Ninth Edition of Foodservice Organizations: A Managerial and Systems Approach continues to use its unique system model as a guiding framework for understanding foodservice management. Originally developed by Dr. Allene Vaden, the foodservice systems model remains innovative and has withstood the test of time. With its detailed discussion concerning how to transform human, material, facility, and operational inputs into outputs of meals, customer satisfaction, employee satisfaction, and financial accountability, the basic principles of the text are applicable to a wide variety of programs. Within the text, theory and empirical research are seamlessly blended with practice and practical applications. The Ninth Edition includes updated and revised information on sustainable practices, process improvement, strategic management, leadership development, food safety, and current trends.
Foodservice Organizations by Marian C. Spears
For junior/senior and graduate-level courses in introduction to food and beverage operations and foodservice organization and management. Completely revised and updated, this text presents a comprehensive portrait of managing commercial and on-site foodservice operations.
The Management Of Foodservice Operations by Peter Jones
The Management of Foodservice Operations is an updated and largely revised edition of The Management of Catering Operations, an established and widely recommended textbook for HND, HCIMA, Degree and NVQ 3 and CGLI students. The material has been substantially revised and expanded, with expert contributors, and is now divided into two sections. Part 1 focuses on the planning and design of systems, combining research and concept development with the basics of design and layout, looking at kitchens, restaurants and menus. It also addressed the issue of quality systems with up-to-date analysis of BS 5750. Part 2 brings a management perspective to the issues of service, quality, protecting assets and improving profitability. Throughout, operational examples are given and reinforced to aid full understanding and to assist the student in acquiring the real skills of management needed in the hospitality industry. This text is intended for students in the later stages of their management qualification. It therefore assumes an understanding of the technical aspects of foodservice operations relating to food production and service, as well as a basic knowledge about different sectors of the industry: marketing, human resource management and accounting.
West And Wood S Introduction To Foodservice by June Payne-Palacio
I. FOODSERVICE ORGANIZATIONS. 1. The Foodservice Industry. 2. Types of Foodservice Operations. 3. Food Safety and HACCP. II. FOODSERVICE FUNCTIONS. 4. The Menu. 5. Purchasing. 6. Receiving, Storage, Inventory. 7. Production. 8. Service. III. FACILITIES. 9. Cleaning, Sanitation, and Safety. 10. Environmental Management. 11.
Serving People With Food Allergies by Joel J. Schaefer
An increasing number of people have food allergies or require special diets, and they are dining out more often. As a food service professional, how do you accommodate the needs of these customers? Serving People with Food Allergies: Kitchen Management and Menu Creation brings together a vast store of knowledge and practical advice for people working in the food service industry. This handy reference contains tools for cooks, managers, and chefs to help them create and modify recipes that meet the needs of people afflicted with multiple food allergies. It discusses the special dietary needs of those with autism, celiac disease, diabetes, lactose intolerance, and phenylketonuria (PKU), as well as diets for people who are vegetarian or vegan. The former manager of Product Development and Special Diets for Walt Disney World® Resort and an experienced trainer, the author goes through step-by-step processes for the kitchen and front of the house. Reviewing the main foods that cause allergic reactions—eggs, milk, peanuts and tree nuts, fish and shellfish, soy, wheat, and corn—he explains how to identify the ingredients, by-products, and derivatives in food labels. The author provides information on specialty products to enhance menu offerings and reduce liability issues. He also offers ideas on reviewing kitchen procedures to identify ways to prevent cross-contact and cross-contamination of food. Written for large food service corporations and hotel and restaurant chains to use when training their staff, this book contains information on cooking for and serving those with food allergies and special dietary needs. Using basic terminology, this book is suitable for home cooks as well. Videos of the author working in the kitchen can be found on his Youtube channel. He also maintains a website at allergychefs.com
Hospitality Tourism by Robert A. Brymer
CD-ROM contains files that correspond to each chapter of the book. These files include keywords with definitions, related websites, review questions and slides that highlight the key points.