A stakeholder network diagram can assist in identifying who is who within a network and inform the stakeholder engagement process.
Tourism stakeholders groups include industry operators, government departments and associations, visitors, the community, investors / developers, land owners, industry associations, tourism-related organisations, community and environmental groups The Sustainable Tourism Cooperative Research Centre’s ‘Local Government Pathways to Sustainable Tourism’ workbook provides an example of the tourism stakeholder network in a region and the interactions between stakeholders (as below). This workbook also provides a best practice case study of North Queensland in their development of a tourism engagement strategy to improve coordination between stakeholders in managing the destination.
Source: Local Government Pathways to Sustainable Tourism, Sustainable Tourism Cooperative Research Centre, 2009
The recognition that small to medium tourism enterprises (SMTEs) are a vital part of the tourism sector emphasises the importance of ensuring that their communication, learning and information dissemination and acquisition practices are as efficient as possible. This is especially ...
This report provides a summary of three individual project components that identify the interaction between tourism organisations in the study regions. This interaction was found by determining the networks of relationships between organisations. This report compares the three individual projects ...
The objective of this report is to provide a framework for the sustainable development of the travel and tourism industry in the APEC region, through public/private partnerships, and to deliver a sustainability strategy for tourism destinations.
The purpose of this book is to bring together a range of research cases focusing on regional tourism destinations in Australia and New Zealand. The key objective is to explore the structures and processes used by regional destinations to foster ...
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