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    • A Case Study of an Interdisciplinary Design Course for Pervasive Computing 

      Coupey, Eloise; McNair, Lisa D. (IEEE, 2010)
      This paper provides a case study of an interdisciplinary design project course for pervasive computing products. As a team of faculty from computer engineering, industrial design, and marketing, we have run several ...
    • AAHOA Releases State-by-State Breakdown of Impact Study 

      Brock, Ed (Asian Hospitality, 2021-10-05)
      The Asian American Hotel Owners Association (AAHOA) released an impact study, fueled by the power of their community. The powerful organization owns 60% of the hotels in the United States, with over 90% ownership of hotels ...
    • AAHOA, Marriott Update Their Human Trafficking Awareness Training 

      Brock, Ed (Asian Hospitality, 2021-08-29)
      In this article, Ed Brock informs the reader of the updates that AAHOA has taken, in partnership with organizations ECPAT-USA, AHLAF, and the Polaris Project to adjust their approach to training employees on how to identify ...
    • Accor and Exepdia Group join forces to expand UNESCO sustainability pledge into 95 countries 

      Hospitality Net (Hospitality Net, 2021-03-05)
      Accor is partnering with Expedia Group and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) the push UNESCO Sustainable Tourism Pledge forward in across all of their properties. The UNESCO ...
    • Accor and Expedia Group Join Forces to Expand UNESCO Sustainability Pledge into 96 Countries 

      Accor Group (Hospitality Net, 2021-03-05)
      As today's younger travelers, up to age 40, have become more aware, there is increased demand for tourism sustainability practices. These Millennials and Gen Z travelers are taking the lead in concerns over the environmental ...
    • Accor Joins Forces With Hoxton Hotels Owner to Form Lifestyle Brand Giant 

      Sperance, Cameron (Skift, 2020-11-24)
      Accor comes together with Hoxton Hotels owners to produce the lifestyle brand Ennismore. The combination of 12 brands and 110 hotels in the pipeline will make Ennismore hard to rival among the marker. This remains the ...
    • Accor reaches new guests via lifestyle-division growth 

      Baker, Terence (HNN, 2019-04-25)
      It’s been more than two years since Accor formed a lifestyle division, which includes brands Jo&Joe, Mama Shelter, SBE and Raffles, among others, to cater to a new branch of hotel clientele.
    • Accor taps a trends, launches short term rental booking platform 

      Jelski, Christina (PhocusWire, 2020-12-14)
      Accor has stepped into the short-term rental sphere with their new launch of Apartments & Villas. Much like Marriott, guests can use their loyalty points after each booking. Accor is hoping this new brand will offset ...
    • Accor, Marriott, Omni and IHG Join Hilton in Offering More Hybrid-Event Options 

      Shapiro, Michael J. (Northstar Meetings Group, 2021-03-04)
      Accor, Marriott, Omni and IHG have joined Hilton in the hybrid-event packaging sphere. In an effort to make planning during a pandemic a streamlined experience, all five major brands have offered similar, yet different ...
    • Accounting Skills Hotel Enterprises Need Today 

      Kavčič, Slavka; Mihelčič, Eva (Tourism and Hospitality Management, 2006)
      The article presents a view of current happenings in the business and economic environment that are significantly influencing the knowledge requirements of modern accountants both worldwide and locally. First, we define ...
    • Adaptation to Information Technology: A Holistic Nomological Network from Implementation to Job Outcomes 

      Bala, Hillol; Venkatesh, Viswanath (INFORMS, 2016-01-01)
      Information technology (IT) implementation is a major organizational change event that substantially disrupts an employee's work environment. We develop a model of technology adaptation behaviors that employees perform to ...
    • Adapting Alaska 

      Jainchill, Johanna (Travel Weekly, 2021-05-17)
      Of the 2.26 million visitors to Alaska in 2019, more than half, or 1.17 million, arrived on cruise ships. The Last Frontier is the most cruise-dependent destination in the U.S., but this year, while there is growing hope ...
    • Adapting Pink Time to promote self-regulated learning across course and student types 

      Baird, Timothy D.; Kniola, David J.; Hartter, Joel; Carlson, Kimberly; Rogers, Sarah; Russell, Don; Tise, Joseph (2020)
      To explore new opportunities to promote self-regulated learning (SRL) across a variety of contexts, this study applies a novel assignment called Pink Time in seven different courses at two universities. The assignment asks ...
    • The Adaptive Roles of Positive and Negative Emotions in Organizational Insiders’ Security-Based Precaution Taking 

      Burns, A. J.; Roberts, Tom L.; Posey, Clay; Lowry, Paul Benjamin (Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS), 2019-12)
      Protecting organizational information is a top priority for most firms. This reality, coupled with the fact that organizational insiders control much of their organizations’ valuable information, has led both researchers ...
    • Adoption and use of AI tools: a research agenda grounded in UTAUT 

      Venkatesh, Viswanath (Springer, 2021-01-19)
      This paper is motivated by the widespread availability of AI tools, whose adoption and consequent benefits are still not well understood. As a first step, some critical issues that relate to AI tools in general, humans in ...
    • Advance booking across channels: The effects on dynamic pricing 

      Bigne, Enrique; Nicolau, Juan Luis; William, Edu (Elsevier, 2021-10-01)
      This research analyzes the effects of advance booking and channel type on hotel rates. While this relationship has been addressed in the literature, most studies take a partial approach by focusing only on one distribution ...
    • Advertising Efficiencies in the Hospitality and Tourism Industry 

      Bhagwat, Yatin N.; DeBruine, Marinus (hrcak, 2008-12)
      Advertising provides growth in sales volume for the new products and services. The hospitality industry relies heavily on advertising through travel journals and travel sections of print media, television media, and the ...
    • Advertising Efficiencies In The Hospitality And Tourism Industry [Summary] 

      Bhagwat, Yatin N.; DeBruine, Marinus (Virginia Tech, 2008-12)
      Advertising provides growth in sales volume for the new products and services. The hospitality industry relies heavily on advertising through travel journals and travel sections of print media, television media, and the ...
    • Affective Influences on Evaluative Processing 

      Herr, Paul M.; Page, Christine M.; Pfeiffer, Bruce E.; Davis, Derick F. (University of Chicago Press, 2012-02)
      The past three decades have seen considerable debate about affect's influence on judgment. In three experiments, following manipulations of incidental, integral, and cognitively based affect, positive affect results in ...