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Learning is an ongoing process no matter what business you're in. If you're running a restaurant or even just thinking about opening one , these books offer some interesting insights, advice, and a little humor as well. This is a must-have for anyone thinking of opening her own restaurant. Running a Restaurant for Dummies is written in a straightforward, funny style that's both engaging and informative. Many of the tales from the trenches of the restaurant business do little to inform the reader, but they're entertaining. Brawley has interviewed 20 successful restaurant owners and has gathered their tips and tricks in one book. Yes, 20 sounds like a lot, but this book is not overwhelming thanks to Brawley's knack for condensing a lot of yeah-yeah-yeah conversation into some sterling high points.
Apr 09, Running a restaurant can be a thankless job. There are employees to manage, customers to entertain, and several operations to manage, big and small. Some of those people have even written about it, with clear advice about what to do next. So curl up with a book about restaurant management to learn noteworthy techniques from restaurant owners, chefs, and managers who have been where you are right now.
Jump to navigation. Not many people grow up dreaming of becoming a statistical modelling analyst or a retail logistics capacity and flow planner. But running and owning a brilliant restaurant or pub in Ireland is an ambition up there with being a respected doctor or professional footballer or musician for many people. It attracts people who are creative, epicureans who love good food and wine, it attracts people who are disenchanted with the corporate world, people who want to work for themselves. Each of the three men presents a different viewpoint on restaurant life but a few common themes emerge such as genuine hospitality, a determined vision and years of experience and learning. This handsome book in a duck egg blue hardcover profiles twenty accomplished restaurateurs from around the world including Hazel Allen of Ballymaloe House.
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Operators will find common ground with the youngest child, Ezra, who struggles while running a neighborhood restaurant that aims to help locals find comfort through food., As individuals, we tend to have distinct management styles that fit with our personality or are based around the ethos of the business we work for.
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January 2, By Will Guidara. This book is the foundation of my approach to managing people — which is everything in our business. What I have taken away from it is the importance of being emotional when giving praise, and direct and unemotional when giving criticism. Steve Jobs , Walter Isaacson. A long, brilliant book, where honestly, a lot of the lessons can be learned by just reading the first half. The Art of the Restaurateur , Nicholas Lander.