HOTEL AND restaurant managers work in the hospitality industry, providing services to millions of people around the world every day. Most people are familiar with the setting in which these managers work, having enjoyed meals in restaurants and stayed in hotels. But how many know what goes on behind the scenes? Depending on the size of the establishment, there may be hundreds of people involved in the process of providing a hotel room or restaurant meal.
Machinery Component Maintenance and Repair
Maintenance work order planning and scheduling continues to be a largely manual set of procedures throughout the hydrocarbon processing industry. There are, however, several systems which support daily work planning and scheduling. One such system is a skills inventory ﬁle that provides daily information on available personnel for use in manual planning and scheduling of maintenance work.
Consumer access to credit, housing, insurance, basic utility services, and even
employment is increasingly determined by centralized records of credit history and
automated interpretations of those records.
Credit histories in one form or another have long been an important factor in decisions to
extend or deny credit to consumers
. Historically, such decisions required a skilled,
human evaluation of the information in an applicant’ s credit history to determine the
likelihood that the applicant would repay a future loan in a timely manner.
The goal of this specialized program is to create specialists in the
domain of marketing analysis, more specifically in the field of
analytical customer relationship management (customer intelli-
gence) to support business marketing decisions of the firm.
This advanced Master program started in October 1999. The
program adressess the strong need of companies for better-educa-
ted staff with strong skills in the domain of marketing analysis.
Thanks to information technology and the availability of market
data both at the demand side (customer information, e.g.
Chapter 11, Operational calculations. This chapter presents information and calculations related to business operations in the pharmacy. This chapter also discusses inventory and reimbursement considerations and calculating correct costs and correct change.
Gaynes et al. (109) did a meta-analysis of screening instruments (i.e., EPDS, Beck Depression
Inventory (BDI), Postpartum Depression Screening Scale (PDSS), and the Center for
Epidemiological Studies Depression Scale (CES-D)) for depression and concluded that, "various
screening instruments can identify perinatal depression". They concluded that these instruments
have high specificity and low sensitivity for depressive states, and this acquires a greater
importance when deciding on whether false-positives or false-negatives are preferred.