Service Sector Management
International Service Sector Business Environment, Management, Planning, Organising, Business Functions, Hospitality, Event, Tourism
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|Prerequisites for Module|
None in addition to course entry requirements or equivalent.
Aims of Module
To enable students to understand the underpinning management theory and practice within the service sector in national and international contexts and apply these to today’s changing business environment.
Learning Outcomes for Module
On completion of this module, students are expected to be able to:
||Describe management processes in the service sector industries.|
||Demonstrate professional knowledge of communication relevant to the service sector.|
||Evaluate and convey how management in the service sector interacts with the internal and external business environment.|
||Use management concepts specific to the service sector and apply these to practical examples.|
Indicative Module Content
Professional communication within the service industries. The management process with reference to organisations in the service sector and the external environment. The commercial, political, economic, socio-cultural, technological and ecological factors influencing organisations. The principles of planning, organising, directing and controlling evident in effective service organisations. Management and allocation of resources, motivation, communication, performance
|Indicative Student Workload|
Mode of Delivery
This module consists of lectures with supportive seminars/tutorials, and student centred learning which takes the form of directed reading and independent research to support the tutorial work.
||Learning Outcomes Assessed|
There is one assessment with 100% weighting in this module.
|1.||BODDY, D., 2014. <I>Management: an introduction.</I> 6th ed. Harlow: Pearson Education Limited.|
|2.||CAPRONI, P.J., 2010. Management skills for everyday life. New Jersey: Pearson Education.|
|3.||PETTINGER, R., 2007. Introduction to management .4th ed. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.|
|4.||PETTINGER, R., 2001. <I>Mastering management skills.</I> Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.|