Applies classroom theory and learning to practical management in a hospitality operation, to utilise research skills for a real and current management issue in a hospitality operation and to enable a student to experience personal growth through setting goals, establishing schedules and accepting responsibility to an employer and to self for assignment or project completion
On completion of this paper, successful students should be able to:
To successfully complete this paper, the following conditions must be met:
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Resources for this paper include refereed academic articles available through AUT library. The following eight journals could be of assistance to your project.However, please extend your learning by searching for other academic journals in relation to your topic.
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