The International Council On Hotel, Restaurant & Institutional Education (I-CHRIE) | provided by Hsyndicate Copyright 1995-2018 Hsyndicate Latest news, events, photos and more from The International Council On Hotel, Restaurant & Institutional Education (I-CHRIE) en-us Wed, 20 Jun 2018 22:23:45 +0100 (Hsyndicate) (Hsyndicate) Hsyndicate RSS FeedGenerator 120 EuroCHRIE 2018 Dublin ( 6 - 9 November 2018) Thu, 10 May 2018 12:51:46 +0200 Esteemed Hotelier Bestowed APacCHRIE Lifetime Achievement Award Dr Ho Kwon Ping Fri, 09 Jun 2017 09:08:58 +0200 Dr Ho Kwon Ping, Founder and Executive Chairman of Banyan Tree Holdings, was honoured with the APacCHRIE Lifetime Achievement Award by the Asia-Pacific Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education (APacCHRIE) at a ceremony held at Sofitel Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia on 2 June 2017. Blog - Restaurant Information Sharing on Social Networking Sites: Do Network Externalities Matter? Tue, 16 Aug 2016 02:12:23 +0200 Since information sharing is achieved in cooperation with others, not just by oneself, social networking sites (SNSs) based on extensive social networks are an ideal environment for sharing information. In particular, SNSs’ network externalities are crucial to the success of the information and communication technologies industry. Thus, this study investigated how SNSs’ network externalities affect users’ perceptions of benefits, satisfaction, and restaurant information-sharing intentions. This study found that perceived network size and perceived complementarity significantly influenced perceived usefulness. Furthermore, perceived referent network size, perceived complementarity, and perceived compatibility significantly influenced perceived enjoyment. In addition, perceived benefits significantly influenced satisfaction, which in turn significantly influenced restaurant information-sharing intentions on SNSs. These findings have considerable implications for understanding the role of SNSs’ network externalities in sharing information. Blog - An Exploratory Study of Convention Destination Competitiveness from the Attendees Perspective: Importance-Performance Analysis and Repeated Measures of Manova Mon, 27 Jun 2016 04:22:11 +0200 Destination competitiveness has become a prominent part of hospitality and tourism literature. Competitiveness, however, is not easily defined or uniformly calculated because a number of diverse factors must be considered. Although meeting planners’ site selection criteria has been studied in existing convention destination research, the attendees’ perspective has rarely been examined. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to investigate the indicators that affect a convention destination’s competitiveness in the eyes of convention attendees. Data were collected from three trade shows hosted by three different convention destinations, which resulted in 696 usable responses for data analyses. Importance-performance analysis (IPA) was implemented on seven attributes of convention destination competitiveness. In addition, the overall destination competitiveness indices were calculated to see the relative competitiveness among the destinations. Repeated measures of MANOVA were conducted to complement and to offer valid interpretation of the IPA results. Blog - Stakeholders views of enclave tourism: A Grounded Theory Approach Mon, 27 Jun 2016 04:22:11 +0200 Using a grounded theory approach, this study investigates stakeholders’ views of enclave tourism in the island of Mauritius. In-depth interviews with tourism stakeholders were conducted and data were analyzed using the principles of grounded theory. Seven subthemes emerged from the analysis and these were categorized into two main themes: enclave tourism as an agent of empowerment/improvement and enclave tourism as a force of sociocultural destruction/denial of freedom. The themes suggest that stakeholders’ views are nuanced and often contradictory. In line with the principles of grounded theory, a conceptual framework explaining stakeholders’ views of enclave tourism is developed. The findings are discussed with existing literature and similarities and contradictions are noted. Unlike what is usually claimed by researchers and scholars, enclave tourism development results in some environmental and socioeconomic benefits, particularly with respect to sustainable hotel operations, empowerment of local community and women, and entrepreneurial opportunities. A Guide to College Programs in Hospitality and Tourism (CHRIE) Mon, 02 Jun 2003 16:23:22 +0200 The Guide to College Programs in Hospitality, Tourism, & Culinary Arts is an essential resource for prospective students and industry employees seeking advancement through education, career counselors, corporate recruiters and industry organizations. The Guide lists programs by type of degree awarded ranging from certificates and diplomas to graduate degrees; by specialization; and by geographic location. It covers the "vital statistics" of each program--student enrollment, program features, accreditation, admission and graduation requirements, and financial aid sources. The Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Education - Quarterly (CHRIE) Mon, 02 Jun 2003 16:20:09 +0200 The award-winning Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Education is a refereed, interdisciplinary quarterly magazine designed to serve the needs of all levels of hospitality and tourism education through the presentation of issues and opinions pertinent to the field. The main objective of this periodical is to facilitate scholarly interchange among hospitality and tourism educators, industry practitioners and educators from related disciplines. All members of International CHRIE receive the Educator in March, June, September, and December. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research (Quarterly) Mon, 02 Jun 2003 16:05:29 +0200 The Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research publishes high-quality, refereed scholarship which advances the knowledge base of the hospitality and tourism field. Featuring conceptual, empirical research, and applied research articles as well as book and software reviews, research notes, industry viewpoints, and conference reviews, JHTR keeps educators, researchers, and professionals in travel and hospitality up to date with the latest and most vital findings in the field. Aftermath of SARS and Recovery Strategies for Tourism to Be Discussed at First Asia-Pacific CHRIE Conference Tue, 13 May 2003 00:00:00 +0200 Aftermath of SARS epidemic and recovery strategies will be the topic of a special panel presentation to be featured at the First Asia-Pacific CHRIE (APacCHRIE) Conference slated to take place at Lotte Hotel in Seoul, Korea, on May 21-23, 2003. International CHRIE Announces 2001 Award Winners Thu, 02 Aug 2001 00:00:00 +0200 International CHRIE is pleased to announce the winners of this year's awards and wish to thank the many individuals who took the time to nominate a deserving colleague. All of this year's award winners will be recognized during the Annual Conference in Toronto at a special awards ceremony luncheon scheduled for Friday, July 27, 2001 at the Sheraton Centre Toronto. Additional tickets to this event will be available for purchase on-site for $35 each. Council On Hotel, Restaurant, And Institutional Education (CHRIE) Selects Dale Gaddy As New CEO Fri, 16 Oct 1998 00:00:00 +0200 Washington, DC — The Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education (CHRIE) has selected Dale Gaddy as its next chief staff executive, according to Search Committee Chair Melissa Dallas of Buffalo State College-SUNY. He comes to CHRIE from Association Team, Inc., an association consulting corporation based in Virginia.