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Joe Perdue, CCM, CHE

Joe Perdue, CCM, CHE
Associate Professor, University of Nevada Las Vegas
Academic Advisor, Club Managers Association of America

Joe Perdue serves as Academic Advisor for the Club Managers Association of America having worked with the association since 1986. Responsible for the initial development of CMAA’s Business Management Institute (BMI), Joe has coordinated over 280 weeklong BMI programs for over 9,000 managers. He has served as Vice President of CMAA where he was responsible for all professional development and certification programs. Joe continues to have responsibility for overseeing CMAA’s Business Management Institute program and certification exam, study materials and certification review course.

Joe serves as an Associate Professor in the William F. Harrah College of Hotel Administration at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas where he is responsible for the club management program.

Joe is editor or co-author of three textbooks including Contemporary Club Management, Second Edition, the primary textbook used in university club management courses and for CMAA managers preparing for the Certified Club Manager exam, A Club Manager’s Guide to Private Parties and Special Functions and Discovering Hospitality and Tourism, The World’s Greatest Industry, Second Edition.

He is a former club manager and has been a member of CMAA since 1981.

Joe serves as a member and past Chair of the Board of Commissioners of the Accreditation Commission on Programs in Hospitality Administration, the Board of Governors of the Club Foundation, member of the Educational Policy Board of the Club Managers Association of Europe and serves as one of twelve international faculty members for the Certified Hospitality Educator program of the American Hotel and Lodging Association. He currently serves on the Career Development Committee of the Golf Course Superintendent’s Association of America.

Joe received the Bachelor of Science from Auburn University and the Master of Science from the University of Tennessee. He holds the Certified Club Manager and Certified Hospitality Educator credentials. Joe has served on the faculty at the University of Tennessee and Georgia State University and as an adjunct faculty member at Auburn University.

Publications

Books:

Perdue, J. (Ed.) (1997). Contemporary club management. Lansing, MI: Educational Institute of the American Hotel & Lodging Association.

Perdue, J., Montgomery, R. J., Shock, P. J., & Stefanelli, J. M. (1998). A club manager’s guide to private parties and club functions. New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Ninemeier, J. D., & Perdue, J. (2005). Hospitality operations: Careers in the world’s greatest industry. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall.

Perdue, J. (Ed.) (2007). Contemporary club management (2nd ed.). Lansing, MI: Educational Institute of the American Hotel & Lodging Association.

Ninemeier, J. D., & Perdue, J. (2008). Discovering hospitality and tourism: The world’s greatest industry (2nd ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall.

Journal and Trade Articles:

Hassmiller, B., & Perdue, J. (1994). Hospitality certification: Another option. Hosteur, 4(1), 21.

Icenogle, M. L., Perdue, L. J., & Rue, L. W. (1998). Performance in private clubs: Criteria utilized by managers.

FIU Hospitality Review, 16(1), 7.

Icenogle, M. L., Perdue, L. J., & Rue, L. W. (1994). Strategic planning in nonprofit private clubs: Fact or fiction.

Hospitality Research Journal, 18(2), 137-142

Kent, W. E., & Perdue, L. J. (1989). Professional education in hospitality industry associations: The club managers association of America’s conceptual breakthrough. Hospitality Educational and Research Journal, 13(3), 397-405.

Koenigsfeld, J. P., Hubbard, S. S., & Perdue, J. (2007). Examining competencies for club managers. 12th Annual Graduate Education Student Research Conference in Hospitality and Tourism, Houston, TX.

Perdue, J. (1988, January). Educational programs to enlighten managers: CMAA conference attendees can expect a varied program. Club Management, 67(1), 51.

Perdue, J. (1988, January) CMAA conference ’88 educational programs to enlighten managers. Club Management, 67(1), 51.

Perdue, J., Ninemeier, J. (1994, March). How to implement world class training in your club. Club Management, 73(2), 26.

Perdue, J., & Ninemeier, J. (1998, November). World-class training strategies for private clubs. Club Management, 77(6), 78.

Perdue, J., Ninemeier, J., & Woods, R. (2000). Competencies required for club managers.

Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly, 41(2), 79-85.

Perdue, J., Woods, R., & Ninemeier, J. (2001). Competencies required for future club managers’ success.

Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly, 42(1), 60-65.

Perdue, J., Hardigree, C., & Woods, R. H. (2001). Are NACUFS managers satisfied with their jobs? Journal of National Association of University Food Services, 23, 28.

Perdue, J., Ninemeier, J., & Woods, R. H. (2002). Comparison of present and future competencies required for club managers. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 14(3), 142-146.

Perdue, J., Woods, R. H., & Ninemeier, J. (2002). Club management competencies 2005:

Updated information for the classroom. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Education, 14(2), 19-32.

Perdue, J., Woods, R., & Ninemeier, J. (2003, February). Success in club management. Club Management, 82(1), 90-94.

Singerling, J., Woods, R. C., Ninemeier, J., & Perdue, J. (1997). Success factors in private clubs.

Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly, 38(5), 74-79.

Singerling, J., Perdue, J., Woods, R. H., & Ninemeier, J. (1999, November). Factors in club success and the role of contract management companies. Club Management, 78(6), 88.

Woods, R. H., & Perdue, J. (2000). The effectiveness of alternative training methods in college and university foodservices. Journal of National Association of University Food Services, 22, 64-70.