You need to standardise before you optimise a process; a standardised check-in/out process will improve consistency and maximise opportunities to delight the customer. Work with your reception team-members to establish the optimal process and set this as a new standard.
Limited to 20 pax only
- Aimed at Front Office, on Monday 15th Jan, 10:00 – 13:00 by webinar
Who Should Attend:
Front Office Managers, Operations managers, Reception staff, Night Managers, Duty Managers, Guest Relations Managers.
What is Continuous Improvement (CI)?
Why apply CI in your department?
Understanding Customer Value
Overview of LSS Tools & Problem Solving Methods
How to select & Manage your CI Project
Common inefficient processes in Front Office
Top 5 CI opportunities for Front Office
How to sustain the improvements
What you will learn:
By the end of the course you will learn to use the root cause analysis tool to interrogate whe reasons why your administrative workload is so high and then reduce it with no negative impact.
Tom Mc Dermott
In a career spanning 35 years Tom noticed that routine tasks conducted daily in hospitality businesses can include 30% – 50% inefficiency!
Very few hospitality businesses use proven methodologies such as LEAN and Six Sigma to reduce waste and develop more consistent and efficient processes so this creates a clear opportunity.
Tom began his career straight from school at Dublin College of Catering, Cathal Brugha Street in 1987. Since then, Tom has worked internationally for Starwood, Cunard, Radisson and subsequently Hilton where he led their innovative “Operational Excellence” continuous improvement programme across Europe, Middle East & Africa.
Tom believes a hospitality business that embraces a continuous improvement mind-set creates a lighter, more collaborative, and productive workload for team-members, higher levels of satisfaction for guests, and more value for owners.
Members: €95 pp
Non-Members: €145 pp
This course is limited to 20 people. Book your place below.
For more information, call Dervla O’Neill on (086) 083 6626, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org