Food and beverage cost control / Lea R. Dopson, David K. Hayes, Jack E. Miller.

Author
Dopson, Lea R. [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Εdition
4th ed.
Published/​Created
Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley & Sons, c2008.
Description
xxxv, 587 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)

Details

Subject(s)
Food serviceCost control [Browse]
Related name
Notes
  • "Published simultaneously in Canada"--T.p. verso.
  • Jack E. Miller appeared as the first author on 2nd and 3rd editions.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references (p. 579-582) and index.
Contents
  • Before you start: how to use spreadsheets -- Managing revenue and expense -- Professional foodservice manager -- Profit: the reward for service -- Getting started -- Understanding the income (profit and loss) statement -- Understanding the budget -- Determining sales forecasts -- Importance of forecasting sales -- Sales history -- Maintaining sales histories -- Sales variances -- Predicting future sales -- Managing the cost of food -- Menu item forecasting -- Standardized recipes -- Inventory control -- Purchasing -- Receiving -- Storage -- Determining actual food expense -- Managing the cost of beverages -- Serving alcoholic beverages -- Forecasting beverage sales -- Standardized drink recipes and portions -- Purchasing beverage products -- Receiving beverage products -- Storing beverage products -- Bar transfers -- Computing cost of beverages -- Special features of liquor inventory -- Sales mix --
  • Managing the food and beverage production process -- Product issuing -- Inventory control -- Managing the food production area -- Managing the beverage production area -- Employee theft -- Determining actual and attainable product costs -- Reducing overall product cost percentage -- Managing food and beverage pricing -- Menu formats -- Factors affecting menu pricing -- Assigning menu prices -- Special pricing situations -- Managing the cost of labor -- Labor expense in the hospitality industry -- Evaluating labor productivity -- Maintaining a productive workforce -- Measuring current labor productivity -- Managing payroll costs -- Reducing labor-related costs -- Controlling other expenses -- Managing other expenses -- Fixed, variable, and mixed other expenses -- Controllable and noncontrollable other expenses -- Monitoring other expenses -- Reducing other expenses -- Analyzing results using the income statement -- Introduction to financial analysis -- Uniform system of accounts -- Income statement (usar) -- Analysis of sales/volume -- Analysis of food expense -- Analysis of beverage expense -- Analysis of labor expense -- Analysis of other expenses -- Analysis of profits -- Planning for profit -- Financial analysis and profit planning -- Menu analysis -- Cost/volume/profit analysis -- The budget -- Developing the budget -- Monitoring the budget -- Maintaining and improving the revenue control system -- Revenue security -- External threats to revenue security -- Internal threats to revenue security -- Developing the revenue security system -- The complete revenue security system -- Global dimensions of management and the role of technology -- Multinational foodservice operations -- Management challenges in a global economy -- Advances in technology and information management -- Selecting advanced technology products -- Monitoring developments in cost control technology -- Appendix A: Frequently used formulas for managing operations -- Appendix B: Management control forms -- Appendix C: Fun on the web! sites.
  • Before you start: how to use spreadsheets -- Managing revenue and expense -- Professional foodservice manager -- Profit: the reward for service -- Getting started -- Understanding the profit and loss statement -- Understanding the budget -- Key terms and concepts -- Apply what you have learned -- Test your skills -- Determining sales forecasts -- Importance of forecasting sales -- Sales history -- Maintaining sales histories -- Sales variances -- Predicting future sales -- Technology tools -- Apply what you have learned -- Key terms and concepts -- Test your skills -- Managing the cost of food -- Menu item forecasting -- Standardized recipes -- Inventory control -- Purchasing -- Receiving -- Storage -- Determining actual food expense -- Technology tools -- Apply what you have learned -- Key terms and concepts -- Test your skills -- Managing the cost of beverages -- Serving alcoholic beverages -- Forecasting beverage sales -- Standardized drink recipes and portions -- Purchasing beverage products -- Receiving beverage products -- Storing beverage products -- Bar transfers -- Computing cost of beverages -- Special features of liquor inventory -- Sales mix -- Technology tools -- Apply what you have learned -- Key terms and concepts -- Test your skills.
  • Managing the food and beverage production process -- Product issuing -- Inventory control -- Managing the food production area -- Managing the beverage production area -- Employee theft -- Determining actual and attainable product costs -- Reducing overall product cost percentage -- Technology tools -- Apply what you have learned -- Key terms and concepts -- Test your skills -- Managing food and beverage pricing -- Menu formats -- Factors affecting menu pricing -- Assigning menu prices -- Special pricing situations -- Technology tools -- Apply what you have learned -- Key terms and concepts -- Test your skills -- Managing the cost of labor -- Labor expense in the hospitality industry -- Evaluating labor productivity -- Maintaining a productive workforce -- Measuring current labor productivity -- Managing payroll costs -- Reducing labor-related costs -- Technology tools -- Apply what you have learned -- Key terms and concepts -- Test your skills -- Controlling other expenses -- Managing other expenses -- Fixed, variable, and mixed other expenses -- Controllable and noncontrollable other expenses -- Monitoring other expenses -- Reducing other expenses -- Technology tools -- Apply what you have learned -- Key terms and concepts -- Test your skills -- Analyzing results using the income statement -- Introduction to financial analysis -- Uniform system of accounts -- Income statement (usar) -- Analysis of sales/volume -- Analysis of food expense -- Analysis of beverage expense -- Analysis of labor expense -- Analysis of other expenses -- Analysis of profits -- Technology tools -- Apply what you have learned -- Key terms and concepts -- Test your skills -- Planning for profit -- Financial analysis and profit planning -- Menu analysis -- Cost/volume/profit analysis -- The budget -- Developing the budget -- Monitoring the budget -- Technology tools -- Apply what you have learned -- Key terms and concepts -- Test your skills -- Maintaining and improving the revenue control system -- Revenue security -- External threats to revenue security -- Internal threats to revenue security -- Developing the revenue security system -- The complete revenue security system -- Technology tools -- Apply what you have learned -- Key terms and concepts -- Test your skills -- Global dimensions of management & the role of technology -- Multi-national foodservice operations -- Management challenges in a global economy -- Advances in technology and information management -- Selecting advanced technology products -- Monitoring developments in cost control technology -- Apply what you have learned -- Key terms and concepts -- Test your skills -- Appendix A: Frequently used formulas for managing operations -- Appendix B: Mmanagement control forms -- Appendix C: Fun on the web! sites.
ISBN
  • 0471694177 (cloth/cd)
  • 9780471694175 (cloth/cd)
LCCN
2006014655
OCLC
68711967
RCP
N - S

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