New Edition of AHLEI’s Supervision Textbook Features Mini-Case Studies, eText Option
The American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute (AHLEI) has published a significantly revised edition of its market-leading textbook, Supervision in the Hospitality Industry by Jack Ninemeier, Ph.D., professor emeritus, The School of Hospitality Business, Michigan State University.
"It would be easy to assume that the best practices for supervision haven't changed much over the years. But in fact, each edition of this text has undergone extensive changes to ensure that students, hospitality industry staff members, and other readers are presented with the best recommendations on how to direct the work of employees," stated author Ninemeier in his preface to the sixth edition.
In particular, he cited four areas that have changed significantly in the last few years, requiring added attention in this new edition of the Supervision textbook: employee professional development and career building, creating guest-centric experiences, cultivating diverse and inclusive culture, and the many uses of technology in the industry.
The sixth edition of Supervision in the Hospitality Industry also features:
- Updated content throughout to align with current trends, standards, and business practices in the industry
- A brand new look and feel and updated pedagogy to break up the content and support student learning
- 28 new mini case studies to contextualize the topics in each chapter and give students a chance to synthesize and apply their knowledge
Supervision in the Hospitality Industry, Sixth Edition, is also available in eText format through VitalSource, a leading global eReader platform.
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About the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute (AHLEI)
Established in 1953 as the nonprofit education and training arm of the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA), AHLEI"s mission is to be the preferred provider of quality resources to educate, develop, and certify hospitality educators, students and professionals worldwide. AHLEI became part of the National Restaurant Association in 2017, connecting and leveraging the resources of two organizations that are deeply committed to a vision of career success and upward mobility for current and future hospitality, restaurant, and food service employees.