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
One of the hallmarks of destinations 3.0 is the power of the collaborative culture. However, building such kind of culture is sometimes a daunting challenge, which needs to take into account several success factors
Collaborative innovation is always a challenge. However, when innovation teams are spread out geographically, virtual collaboration becomes the only solution. This entails a new collaborative approach.
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
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?
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.
As introduced when talking about co-creation and open innovation in destinations 3.0, some institutions in the entertainment industry are already leveraging their enthusiast customers or fans’ creativity and knowledge to innovate. This example shows how co-creation workshops are carried out in this industry.
Collaborative innovation is not only about co-creation between private stakeholders, but also a concept to be applied to the public sector in terms of public&private partnership. This is actually what the Government of Singapore is doing