In this context, any evaluation of a collaborative governance approach will require taking into account both process and outcome levels. A number of the case studies suggest that collaboration is more likely to succeed when the possible objectives and advantages of collaboration are almost tangible and when ‘‘small wins’’ from collaboration are achievable (Chrislip & Larson, 1994; Roussos & Fawcett, 2000; Warner, 2006; Weech & Merrill, 2000). Although these intermediate outcomes may represent real outputs in themselves, we represent them here as important process outcomes that are crucial for having the incentive that can lead to successful collaboration. They can feed back into the collaborative process, supporting a good cycle of trust development (Vangen & Huxham,
To achieve a successful and harmonious communication, someone should have the richness of ideas. It is important for someone to have number of communication skills to achieve an effective communication (McPheat, 2010). According to McPheat (2010), communication skills are tools to break the barriers to effective communication. Communication
For example in the event that they believe that taking an interest in community development will prompt a more noteworthy profitability, they will take an interest more in every one of the exercises completed by the government. As indicated by the creators, the key to inspiration is managing nationals some chance to accomplish their coveted objectives and clarifying what exercises or endeavors on the
Effective Promotion and Communication: It is really an important thing to get the feedback across the audience and therefore enough research has to be done about the attendee profile to be able to effectively communicate about the product. 4. Proper Evaluation: The proper evaluation is very important for any event to make the team more effective and efficient as it organizes the next event. It helps to find mistakes and learn from them. The evaluation of an event can be done immediately after the completion of the event or the next day.
It also endorses the various activities and the policies for better functioning of the tourism group. There are the rules and many regulations, some decisions that country decides to make strong economy of the country. This is consists of the various decisions of the economic field. Various fields designed by various activities of economic policies applied by the government of the country in maintaining the good infrastructure of the tourism
4.0 The mix of Stakeholders involvements in the development of Tourism in Ghana Stakeholders are very important in the development of tourism in the country. The stake holders of Ghana tourism include Ghana Tourism Authority, Government, Ministry of Tourism, Traditional rulers, Ministries, Departments and Agencies, Ghana Investment Promotions center (GIPC) etc. these stakeholders has various functions and performs different roles to help in the development of tourism in the country. It is known that Government and the locals are the important stakeholders in tourism developments and sustainability in a country (William and Lawson, 2001). Freeman (2010) stated that an organization can be characterized by its relationship with the organization
18. PRACTICAL IMPLICATIONS FOR TOURISM MANAGERS Tourism managers from destination organizations should encourage frequent promotions and proper online advertisment focussing on tourists attractions of the destinations marketing. Constant innovations in the application of marketing strategies can be very influencial.The tourism organizations should evaluate the requirement of their stakeholders and respond swiftly and effectively in order to perform better than their competitors to maintain long term future prosperity.Tourism information needs on the internet is based on representation of pictures, graphics and images.This provides tangible image and experience to travellers.The use of videos or animated photos can have impact on potential tourists decision making process toward intention to visit and digital destinationsatisfaction
Hanlan, et al. (2006), Hospitality and Tourism industry marketer regard the segmenting of tourism market as one of the critical stage when deciding their product and services in the marketing process. Through market segmentation they are able to identify commonality and study the segment market for their product and service feasibility. This increase the marketer ability to read and predict consumer behaviour so as to foresee societal movement trend and leverage on the market opportunities presented. Historical segmentation norms through demography traditional income, age or gender inclination are not as holistic as lifestyle segmentation which are more relevant with today’s consumers, Aaron et al.
A leader is a person who can influence others and who has managerial authority. According to Yukl (2006) leadership is the process of influencing others to understand and agree about what needs to be done and how to do it. It is the process of facilitating individual and collective efforts to accomplish shared objectives. A leader is a very important person in the tourism industry. Leadership is an important function in small businesses to large industries.
Stakeholder communication ensures the effective engagement of different stakeholders and hence plays a fundamental role in project stakeholder management (Crane & Livesey, 2003; Welch & Jackson, 2007). How do project status, issues, and accomplishment information get shared? Project status, issues, and accomplishment information is shared through project communications management. Project communications management insures that planning is appropriate for retrieval, collection, distribution, control, and management of project information. Good communication can create a bridge for new communications with diverse interest and perspectives for diverse stakeholders.