The raise of collaborative platforms is going beyond accommodation or transport sharing, to boost tourism experiences with locals such as sightseeing, dinning in private homes, etc.
Despite the innovative appeal of the so called collaborative platforms, there are many disadvantages in terms of risks for the consumer that are not usually taken into account, among many other issues upon which this article proposes a reflection
Collaboration and collaborative intelligence are deeply ingrained concepts within Tourism 3.0., but there is a lot to be learnt about how to collaborate effectively and optimize the leveraging of the collective intelligence for the benefit of the organization. The good news is that MIT is researching about it, as explained in this article.
Collaboration has been on the spotlight of business literature throughout the last years, and so it is difficult to make a good selection when searching for good literature on business collaboration. This article proposes 3 outstanding books that will help you get further insights on this issue.
Collaboration is at the core of destinations 3.0. In this blogpost we can learn about many types of business cooperation, to inspire new destination models.
The financial crisis has accelerated a mindset shift in both public and private sector leaders, in accordance with the aforementioned trend of integrating a mission to tackle social issues within the corporate strategies
The collaborative economy has been flourishing in the tourism industry through many well known platforms such as Airbnb or Uber, but Trip4real reaches the core of the industry by developing a platform where locals market their experiences to the travellers, just as explained in the destination models 3.0
When shifting from one model to another, it is not only the model’s building blocks that change, not just the system, or the rules, but also the behaviors and the values that guide people in their interactions with each other towards a more collaborative culture
In building collaborative business models and promoting collaborative innovation initiatives, there are certain rules that should not be disregarded