A Case Study on the Business Performance Management of Hilton Hotels Corporation

Ying-Chang Chen, Wen-Cheng Wang, Ying-Chien Chu

Abstract


The purpose of this article is to provide organizations with an understanding about BPM and its potential value in China hotel industry, the paper make a study this objective in the following parts. In order to research on the business performance management is the transnational corporations in the process of the international development. Firstly, this report introduces transnational corporations, and performance management of multinational corporations. Secondly, it forms in different periods and their characteristics in business, aiming to explore and analyze the findings and examines the impacts of the performance management on management practices and employees preferred management style in Hilton Hotels Corp. Finally, the author gives some advices on an appropriate performance management style of Hotels Corp in China, on the basis of the findings of the survey. Meanwhile, it also points out the limitations of this research.

Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/ibr.v4n2p213

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