Hotel Environmental Management Decisions: The Stakeholder Perspective
DOI: 10.1080/15256480.2015.991991
Title: Hotel Environmental Management Decisions: The Stakeholder Perspective
Journal Title: International Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Administration
Volume: Volume 16
Issue: Issue 1
Publication Date: January 2015
Start Page: 78
End Page: 98
Published online: 23 Jan 2015
ISSN: 1525-6480
Author: Chih-Ching Tenga*, Jeou-Shyan Horngb & I-Chen (Monica) Huc
Affiliations:
a Department of Restaurant, Hotel, & Institutional Management, Fu-Jen Catholic University, New Taipei City, Taiwan
b Department of Food and Beverage Management, Shih-Chien University, Taipei City, Taiwan
c Department of Food and Beverage Management, Jinwen University of Science and Technology, New Taipei City, Taiwan
Abstract: This study investigates stakeholder perceptions of the factors that are critical to the adoption of environmental management practices in international tourist Hotels in Taiwan. The empirical data were based on 26 semistructured interviews with four types of stakeholders. According to the qualitative results, the themes that emerge associated with Hotel owners/managers include economic concerns, top management commitment, and operational challenges to environmental practices. Environmental policies, regulations, and support are identified as the themes associated with government agencies. Moreover, the knowledge, consultancy, and professional assistance provided by academics and non-governmental organizations facilitate the acceptability and implementation of Hotel environmental initiatives. The research implications highlight the need for communication and collaboration among stakeholders.
Accepted: 13 May 2013

Please Share this Paper with friends:
Comment
No.
Comment Content
User Name
Date
Post new Comment
UserName