The West Indies Yacht Club Resort Case Essays and Term Papers

  • West Indies Yacht Club Resort Case Analysis

    West Indies Yacht Club Resort Case Analysis 1. Introduction The West Indies Yacht Club Resort (WIYCR), located on the island Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) has been experiencing operational difficulties during the recent two years. Herein, I will first provide a brief overview of...

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  • West Indies Yacht Club Resort

    Manager), West Indies Yacht Club Resort From: Mr. Patrick Dowd (Management Consultant) Date: 1/12/2007 Subject: Recommendation Report for West Indies Yacht Club Resort Introduction The purpose of this recommendation report is to sort out the existing problems of West Indies Yacht Club Resort and to...

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  • West Indies Yacht Club Resort

    West Indies Yacht Club Resort (Case No. 1) I. Problem Statement: Patrick Dowd must find a way to unify the different types of cultures at the West Indies Yacht Club Resort. Thus he can use his expertise to recommend strategies to the resort. II. Alternatives: a. Develop ways to recognize culture...

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  • Report on the Investigation of West Indies Yacht Club Resort

    Investigation of West Indies Yacht Club Resort (WIYCR) I) Investigation Summary In British Virgin Islands (BVI), there are mainly five upscale hotels and WIYCR is one of them which is famous for its boat collection as well as its top of the line sailing instruction programs. The resort staff is composed...

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  • Recommendation Report on West Indies Yacht Club Resort

    competitive market. One of the major players is the West Indies Yacht Club Resort (WIYCR), operates successfully since its inception in late 1980s. However, recently some problems became alarming, seriously affect the operating performance of the resort. Investigation is needed. I, Patrick Dowd, am honor...

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  • West Indies Yacht Club Case Executive Summary

    The West Indies Yacht Club Resort (WIYCR) is encountering 4 main problems which includes high expatriate turnover rate, increasing guest complaints, increasing tension between locals and expatriates and low employee motivation. Most of these problems relate to cross cultural conflicts and usage of various...

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  • West Indies Yacht Club Resort: When Cultures Collide

    MGMT Case Study West Indies Yacht Club Resort: When Cultures Collide Task 1 Problem | Causes | Remedial Measures | High expatriate turnover | * Cultural shock: poor communication with the local staff; money not as the motivator for the local * High workload low job satisfaction, e.g....

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  • West Indies Yacht Club Resort: When Cultures Collide

    West Indies Yacht Club Resort: When Cultures Collide Introduction The West Indies Yacht Club Resort (WIYCR), located in the British Virgin Islands (BVIs), has been successfully operated from 1980. However, WIYCR has been experiencing operational difficulties in high competitive market during the recent...

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  • West Indies Yacht Club: When Cultures Collide

    Case Analysis: West Indies Yacht Club Resort: When Cultures Collide The British Virgin Islands (BVI’s) are made up of thirty-six islands, less than half of which are actually inhabited. Though the government of the British Virgin Islands has restricted development and growth, the vacation and...

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  • CLUB AND RESORT

    1. Provide an in-depth profile of the family market that the club aims to attract. Use the demographic, psychographic, behavioral methods of market segmentation According to the demographic method, Orchid Country Club is located near Sungei Seletar Reservoir, Yishun Avenue 1. They target the middle...

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  • west indies federation

    West Indies Federation The former West Indies Federation were consists of 10 British West Indian territories established in January 1958. This federation included Caribbean Islands or territories, then under British control. former federation of 10 British West Indian territories...

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  • Club and Resort

    CLUB AND RESORT MANAGEMENT Aracedis S. Abiog BSHRM IV – 01 CHARACTERISTICS OF RESORT MANAGEMENT * VISITOR MARKET – Resort visitor are attracted to a resort based on reputation, cultural, scenic attractions, in the area, resort recreation activities. * LOCATION – Some resorts are located...

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  • West Indies Federation

    Account for the failure of the West Indian Federation Federation is the act of forming a political unity under a federal government. In 1958, the British Caribbean colonies came together to form a West Indian Federation. There were ten units in this union: Jamaica, Antigua, Barbados, Trinidad and...

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  • West Indies Cricket

    connection between cricket and West Indian Social and Political life” Cricket has been intertwined in the life of West Indians since it arrived in the islands. It has been a representation of injustice and prejudice as well as a conduit for social and political triumph in the West Indies. The development of cricket...

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  • British West Indies- Amelioration Proposals

    Amelioration refers to the act of relieving ills, and changing for the better. The West India Interest was made up of planters who lived in the colonies and those in the mother colonies. The London Society for the gradual abolition of slavery was formed in 1823. The society wanted amelioration to...

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  • Columbus Invaded or Discovered the West Indies?

    After 1655, Animism was destroyed in the West Indies. The cause of this was not natural, or preferred, but rather coerced by other humans. What are the differences between “discovering” and “invading”? Discovering is defined as determining the existence or presence of something, whereas, invading means...

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  • Resort and Club Management

    The History of RESORTS   Roman Empire: Baths   The origin of resorts can be traced back to the second century B.C. to the public baths of Rome. The first baths were small, modest and separated the genders. Eventually, the baths became larger, more elaborate and were opened to both men and women. ...

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  • Club N Resorts

    First Impressions Before I entered the Laguna National Country Club, I had the idea that people who frequent country clubs were rich people. They were people who had lots of money and lots of time to enjoy such facilities. I associated those people with the high society of Singapore and it was a league...

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  • Club, Resort & Spa

    individual spa treatment room to allow Spa Resident to enjoy their treatments in maximum exclusivity. To add on, SPALICIOUS will also have health club that allows its club members to enjoy all the special VIP privileges and facilities at the price of $10,000 annually. To stand out from competitors, the unique...

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  • Orange Yachts Case Study

    ACG 5075 – Group Case –‘Orange’ You have recently joined Orange Inc, a listed company in Clearwater, Florida that produces luxury yachts. Orange has organized production and sales of the yachts in two segments: the ‘lower’ segment, where the average yacht is sold for $1 million, and the ‘upper’ segment...

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