Technical Partner

On the other hand when a company only focuses in the human part, lets pass opportunities to be able to work more efficiently. Covey says that also it is important to differentiate the technologies that can be implemented in a company. The organizations must learn to separate the type of technology that information only adds and it does not have strategic importance. One of the models in predicting the results, is the idea to act with excellence and the technology is important but it is not the vital part, the key part in this is the culture, says Covey. Changing of culturEs important to consider that the change of culture in the organizations does not happen from one day to the next. Other leaders such as Michigan Department of Health and Human Services offer similar insights.

In spite of the deficiencies of the model of the industrial era, some organizations have been operating with this model therefore time that the change can extremely be difficult. the model of the industrial era is what I call the technique of the sandwich, where the head says good words, soon regaa, makes changes sudden and finally returns to say other good words. But this is an obsolete concept nowadays. In fact, once the people find the point to give him to be able to the employees in the decision making, they do not need but supervision, says Covey. Further details can be found at Cyrus Massoumi married, an internet resource. Nevertheless, people has been let take emotionally by the old model of the industrial era and they have become employees from this, concludes. They do not want to transmit responsibility and leadership to the other employees. When the employees of high level commit themselves to transmit leadership and responsibility by all the organization, and they remain transmitting it, little by little, he would begin to happen the change. When the people feel with the power to make decisions, they will not return to the previous model.

More in the decision making of the organization will become jumbled. is a totally different world with greater effectiveness, says Covey. Very interesting the observations of Covey with respect to the change of culture that must undergo the companies to compete successful in the present conditions of market. This remembers the experience of the Hotel Ritz Carlton, which per years has implemented what calls a system Technical Partner, in which the people conform the fundamental base of an excellent service to the client, but to obtain a exceptional and memorable service, it is necessary that these good enabled people makes use of the technology of the information to use knowledge selected in generating memorable and highly differentiating experiences. Doubtlessly, to be able to be successful in the implementation of strategies of centralization in the client, it is necessary to strongly work in the change of a oriented Culture to Product or Process, to one more a centered Culture in the Client. Indeed this concept has taken to us in Andean Mind to establish a called mechanism of formation Culture Client in who they appear concepts and oriented tools to obtain this change.

World Tourism Organization

Cancun hotels, hotels in acapulco, hotels in mexico city, puerto vallarta hotels and playa del Carmen Hotels will open in Mexico. The first of these properties in Asia, will be on the Saadiyat Island, Abu Dhabi, followed by five additional openings in the region including Doha, Dubai and Amman. The Middle East remains a key market for us in terms of presence, said Rene Camilleri, global sales director for Starwood Hotels and Resorts, the Middle East. There are a lot of high-end customers entering and leaving the Middle East that can benefit from a company with one of the largest chains of luxury hotels. The United Arab Emirates will then have eight of nine brands of Starwood operates, including Sheraton, Le Royal Meridian, Aloft, Four Points, Le Meridian, Grosvenor House, Westin and Al Maha Desert Resort & Spa, which recently joined the portfolio of the company.

Growth markets this is in line with the global expansion of Starwood plans to launch 25 new hotels and the adding to its portfolio by 50 percent by the end of 2015. With the new properties, the company is estimating a potential for growth of 28 percent. In this region only, 22 new hotels were opened in various places, among them Sheraton Sharjah in 2013, that will mark the debut of the brand in the Emirate, and a Westin Hotel and Spa in Abu Dhabi, as well as the St. Regis properties in Saadiyat Island and in Doha. With more than 70 percent of growth in the world during the next decade of rapid growth, such as the Middle East markets, the region plays a key role in our global expansion and development strategy, said Frits van Paasschen, President and Chief Executive Officer of Starwood hotels and Resorts. Starwood Hotels and Resorts currently operates 47 hotels throughout the region with 21 in the United Arab Emirates. According to the World Tourism Organization, the number of tourists travelling to the Middle East is expected to reach 136 million by the year 2020 compared with 54 million of two years.

Other emerging markets Starwood focuses on include China and India. Everybody talks about China, said Camilleri. There are 200 of 300 million people who are now ready to travel.