On the road again…#tourism #tourismeducation #journey #historyoftourism
Category: authenticity, Crompton's Push Pull Factors, definition, economic, exchange, forms of travel, history, information, innovation, journey, landscape, man-made, marketing, motivation, motivations, motivators, mutually beneficial partnerships, natural landscape, place attachment, sense of identity, sense of self, sociocultural, stewardship, tourism, Tourism, tourism education, travel, value, valueTags: definitions, management, movement, quality of service, technology, tourism education
Sometimes I wonder at the evolution of tourism industry. What it will look like in 2020, 2050. I can noodle around Google, and garner snippets of trends, and ideas, but that is just the tangible that will change. Back in 2000, 2020 seemed like…
Well another school year has started, and I always love meeting the new students and spying the upper class persons roaming around the halls. I had a great summer, working, and spending time with family. I hope my student’s summers were just as special. So to…
As students and professional in tourism and hospitality, in every facet of our industry, we will be able to interact with a host of people from all parts of the world. As I stipulate in class, we must remember that anyone can walk through…
Richard Branson’s recent blog post on Empowering your employees, don’t rule over them is an interesting read. I agree, we need to treat employees like responsible adults, but one question remains: Are employees mature enough to understand their responsibility to that policy and the company?…
Category: career, code of ethics, core values, definition, empowerment, Ethics, management, sense of identity, sense of self, service execution, stakeholders, terminology, tourism education, valueTags: Business Environment, definitions, employees, quality of service, tourism, tourism education, Virgin
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