London, before and now. Visiting London again after 25 years. It has changed
Category: attractions, authenticity, cultural tourism, Education, featured, heritage tourism, historical tourism, London, England, place attachment, self discovery, self identity, Sense of Belonging, sense of identity, Sense of place, sense of self, tourism, Tourism, tourism education, United KingdomTags: cultural tourism, featured, heritage, Sense of Belonging, sense of identity, Sense of place, sense of self, tourism, tourism education
There are always a host of questions to be answered for why I or people travel.
We don’t live in a “box”. Life Moves at a pretty fast pace around us. Life is about movement and change. Organizations are organic, living and breathing entities. Therefore, change is inevitable. Constant is never guaranteed, even with steadfast core values and behaviors. Just…
Category: acculturation, core functions, cultural homogenization, culture, leadership, management, mutually beneficial partnerships, Organizational Behavior, People Process Culture, PPC, promises, sense of identity, Tourism, tourism educationTags: core values, innovation, innovative culture, mission, organizational culture, Peoples Process Culture, tourism, tourism education, values, vision
Attractions have a lot of complicated parts, both intangible and tangible. They have a wider impact that many realize. A whole mess of questions in a complicated world. Attractions evolve from the three environments: socio-cultural, economic, and physical (natural and man-made). They take many…
Category: business, Business Environment, carrying capacity, definition, economic, environments, exchange, history, landscape, man-made, motivation, motivators, natural landscape, place, products, resources, service, services, sociocultural, stakeholders, stewardship, tourism, Tourism, tourism education, Tourism Goods, tourism life cycle, Tourism Services, travel, value, value, value chainTags: attractions, definitions, forms of travel, management, motivations, movement, multiplier effect, tourism clusters, tourism education
We have a host of authors within our book by Kersten and La Venture 1 that exposes the various definitions of organizational culture. There is a theme that emerges based on shared core values, beliefs, and principles. This hints at behavior and how that…
Category: acculturation, business, Business Environment, code of ethics, core functions, core values, Cultural Intelligence, definition, economic, empowerment, environments, Ethics, information, innovation, leadership, man-made, management, natural landscape, Organizational Behavior, People Process Culture, PPC, quality of life, sense of identity, sense of self, service execution, sociocultural, tourism education, valueTags: cultural intelligence, culture, diversity, leaderinghip, organizational culture, Peoples Process Chair, service
Perhaps, our discussion on PPC should begin with trying to define the concept of organizational culture. Heck, we could use this for all of my classes as well, because inherent within each course should be an understanding of organizations, culture, leadership and so forth….
I have lived in a host of different cities, states and one country. The depth of knowledge about those locations various with experience. I love to get out and talk to people, and I’ve met some interesting people along the way. I love to…
Category: Business Environment, core functions, economic, environments, information, innovation, landscape, leadership, man-made, management, motivation, motivations, motivators, natural landscape, Organizational Behavior, People Process Culture, place, PPC, promises, resources, sociocultural, Tourism, tourism education, Tourism Goods, Tourism Services, travel, Walt Disney WorldTags: attractions, development of attractions, development of tourism, stakeholders
So, this year I’ve taken on the duties of the People Process Culture Endowed Chair here at Stout. I am looking forward to delivering on previous contributions to organizational behavior as well as some aspects that are pertinent in today’s global society. Basically, developing…
Understanding tourism goods and services can be deceiving. We can articulate that they have a tangible and intangible divergence. It is when we get into that thinking on higher and complex terms that it becomes blurred, complex and competitive. One can argue that a…
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