In addition to having the privilege to go behind the scenes at The Thief, the group also got to experience the hotel´s fabulous Rooftop Bar and Restaurant at night.
To broaden the student´s horizons and extend their knowledge even further, the fieldtrip also included visiting two very popular restaurants on the vibrant “Aker Brygge” in the Oslo Harbour for lunch. Both Mat og Drikke´s Louise Restaurant & Bar and Fursetgruppens Ling, Ling by Hakkasan are using PMI as their forecasting and productivity tool.
This time the students only visited for lunch, but could enjoy the great quality of food and service as well as the ambiance. They also of course made the most of studying the operations in action and discussed productivity optimization that they were sure to detect during their visit.
After two days enjoying the best of Oslo, it was a very happy and satisfied group students returning home. All very content, claiming to have learnt a lot, have added interesting insights and received new angles to their experience regarding hotel operations and revenue management.
We at d2o are of course very pleased to enable the students to engage even further into the wonderful world of hotels and productivity management!