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New Edition of EI's Popular 'Planning and Control' Textbook Highlights Technology, Multi-Unit Management Issues

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LANSING, Mich., August 2004 - The new sixth edition of Planning and Control for Food and Beverage Operations, published by the Educational Institute of the American Hotel & Lodging Association, reflects important trends in modern food and beverage operations, including technology applications and the challenges of multi-unit management in the practice of cost control.  This practical textbook, written by Michigan State University's Jack D. Ninemeier, Ph.D, CFBE, CHE, shows how control principles are used by working food and beverage professionals to solve real-world F&B issues. It includes everything a manager must know to control all major expenses, including food, beverages, labor, and production.

Most of the book's 14 chapters feature new material on multi-unit operations and automated technology applications and their impact on food and beverage services.  The author answers such questions as: 

  • How do external-unit managers know that information supplied by their staff is accurate? 
  • How do multi-unit managers know what, if any, problems exist? 
  • What basics should be addressed in light of the proliferating alternatives for high-tech operating controls? 
Students and professionals alike will find this new edition to be a valuable learning guide for working in today's food and beverage operations. 

Planning and Control for Food and Beverage Operations sells for $72.95 (AH&LA member price $58.95).  To place an order, call 800-752-4567 or 517-372-8800 (outside the U.S. and Canada, call 407-999-8100).  Or visit EI's web site at www.ei-ahla.org <http://www.ei-ahla.org> to place an order using EI's secure, online shopping cart.  Academic customers should call 800-344-4381 or 517-372-8800 for information on adopting this textbook.

Established in 1953 as a nonprofit educational foundation of the American Hotel & Lodging Association, the Educational Institute is the premier source for quality hospitality education, training, and professional certification, serving the needs and advancing the excellence of hospitality schools and industries worldwide.

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Contact:
Elizabeth Johnson 
  Academic and Allied Marketing Manager
517-318-2359
ejohnson@ei-ahla.org
www.ei-ahla.org

 
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