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Publication Date: 2007
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Keiser, James, DeMicco, Frederick J., Cobanoglu, Cihan
A great resource and reference book, the authors provide balanced treatment of both commercial and institutional operations in both profit and non-profit arenas.This book explores the role of computer applications, management information systems, and new developments in management through numerous examples that realistically portray the field. Provides valuable insight regarding the food industry with segments written by leaders in the field.Food Service personnel.Keiser, James is the author of 'Analyzing And Controlling Foodservice Costs A Managerial & Technology Approach', published 2007 under ISBN 9780131191129 and ISBN 0131191128.
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