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The impact of ICT technology on the development of the wine offer in the HoReCa channel : doctoral dissertation
Pero Labus, 2023, doctoral dissertation

Abstract: Digital smart technologies are a key strategic tool that provides competitive advantage in the modern economy. The dominant theoretical framework for analysing the way people accept digital smart technologies, especially in the hospitality sector, is the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM), as well as its newer versions that include new constructs in the Unified Theory of Technology Acceptance and Use (UTAUT) and UTAUT2. The present doctoral dissertation used a modified version of TAM, with the aim of examining how guests of hotel restaurants react to a "digital wine list". Perceived ease of use (PEOU), perceived usefulness (PU) and perceived enjoyment (PE) contributed significantly to the difference in guests' behavioural intentions (BI) to: a) visit the restaurant again and/or recommend it to others and b) rate it with aspects of service quality (QUAL), as derived from the results of an empirical study carried out on a sample of 406 respondents, analysed by partial structural equation modeling of least squares (PLS-SEM), which was used to evaluate the previously set author’s conceptual model. The results of the empirical study showed the following key findings: 1) several key conceptual constructs (PEOU, PU and PE) of digital wine list technology adoption had significant direct effects on the main outcome of interest of the conducted study, namely guests' intentions to return to the restaurant (BI ) and positive word of mouth (WOM) about it, because these effects explained a significant amount of variance, but perceived quality (QUAL), surprisingly, had no direct effect on guests' behavioural intentions (BI); 2) the effects of the perceived risk for privacy and data security on BI and QUAL turned out to be negligible. The obtained results are, on the one hand, in accordance with the previous few empirical findings regarding the adoption of new technology, incorporated into the digital wine list and at the same time deepening it with the help of their own achievement, on the other. Finally, the theoretical and practical implications of the empirical research contributions and its limitations are discussed. In conclusion, the present doctoral dissertation also offers recommendations for further studies in the scientific field of technology adoption, highlighting several potential avenues for future studies.
Keywords: TAM, UTAUT, UTAUT 2, PLS-SEM, digitalna vinska karta, hotelska restavracija
Published in ReVIS: 19.05.2023; Views: 603; Downloads: 49
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Dejavniki uspešnosti restavracij z Michelinovo zvezdico
Špela Kratochwill, 2021, undergraduate thesis

Abstract: V diplomskem delu so predstavljeni dejavniki uspešnosti v restavracijah v Sloveniji. Obravnavane restavracije so restavracije, ki so bile nagrajene z Michelinovo zvezdico ali Michelinovim krožnikom. Dejavnike uspešnosti in kriterije Michelinovega vodiča smo analizirali s pomočjo intervjujev vodij naštetih restavracij. Namen diplomskega dela je predstaviti specifično smer gostinske dejavnosti ter vodenje restavracij z Michelinovo zvezdico z vidika dejavnikov uspešnosti. Cilji diplomskega dela so raziskati, katere so bistvene značilnosti uspešnosti poslovanja restavracij z Michelinovo zvezdico z vidika uspešnosti, na osnovi pridobljenih primarnih in sekundarnih podatkov pa opredeliti kriterije za doseg nivoja Michelinovega vodiča in s tem pridobitev nagrade Michelinove zvezdice ter raziskati, analizirati in predstaviti primer organizacij oziroma restavracij Hiša Franko, Restavracija Dam, JB restavracija, AS in Cubo ter jih med seboj primerjati.
Keywords: Dejavniki uspešnosti, kriteriji ocenjevanja, Michelinova zvezdica, Michelinov vodič, restavracija, gostinska panoga.
Published in ReVIS: 21.08.2021; Views: 957; Downloads: 187
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