This old festival in a popular district of Barcelona is turning out to be a good benchmark for other destinations on how to develop Tourism 3.0
Destinations focusing its development on the principles of the Tourism 3.0 approach need to be attractive not only for potential visitors but also for potential residents, especially those from the creative class. This article presents some research findings on this issue.
As it happens with the collaborative culture, building a culture of innovation requires specific attitudes on the leaders’ side to trigger innovation friendly behaviors on the rest of the organization.
Ferran Adrià + Cirque du Soleil: a creative collision brings a paradigm shift in entertainment and cuisine
When geniuses cooperate, innovation is more than likely to burst. Here there is an example of how this happens in creating a new concept of entertainment
Transforming a conventional destination into the Tourism 3.0 approach is no easy challenge. One of the key factors for success will be building a culture of collaboration and innovation. This is the first of a series of articles explaining briefly all the key issues of the culture change process.
Empowering the local community to participate in the decision making of the destination’s development is not only a smart way to leverage the collective intelligence but also to commit the locals in the tourism business, as they are actually a very important factor in its success
The practice of co-creation -either for content or product- is essential for the development of destinations 3.0, but face to face co-creation is not likely to be feasible for most of the potential contributors. What about virtual co-creation?