Journal Analysis

That was the comment (feedback) for the first summative assessment.
“1. What went well: You have covered few of the key issues and answered the questions in a logical and in an organized manner.
What did not go well : You could have interlinked the insights from industry context and operations as well.
Areas of Improvement :You could have written point wise 4 components and elaborated on each point

2.
What went well: You have covered good number t of the key challenges
What did not go well : You could have discussed about training and development and autonomy of mangers etc
Areas of Improvement :point wise answering with brief elaboration can be better.

  1. What went well: You have mentioned good recommendations What did not go well : You could have discussed about team incentives etc
    Areas of Improvement :point wise answering with brief elaboration can be better.

Best Wishes”

  • Table of content
  • Introduction, purpose
  • Literature Review
  • Discussions answer 1, 2, 3.
  • Analysis
  • Conclusions and at least more than 7 recommendation.
  • 7 References from journal articles if it is possible.

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Journal Analysis

For many, getting published in a respected peer-reviewed journal is the pinnacle of accomplishments, while others prefer measuring success in terms of the impact they have on others. Assume your goal as a professional is not to just create new and useful knowledge, but to actually make things better due to the work you have done. Attack or defend the notion that it isn’t good enough to solve a problem if you haven’t also shown how others can benefit from it and package the results in understandable and compelling ways so that typical professionals can benefit from it.

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Journal Analysis

Consider that you’re working with a hospitality, travel or tourism business which determines that conditions
warrant a change in the amount target markets are charged for the experiences delivered. Identify the key
issues that must be considered related to making those price changes. In other words, if your restaurant is
going to adjust the prices on its menu, or your hotel is going to change its room rates, what are the
considerations (from a marketing perspective) that have to be taken into account before the changes are
made? What are the things the marketer should think about or know before they do anything? [C03 / M09-02]
(Chapter #11, Video: Pricing Strategy | An Introduction, & Video: How to Set Price Strategies in Tourism)

05/B

Using yourself as an “optimal” market target for a hospitality, travel or tourism business, identify that business
and describe two distribution channels that the business would need to use to be effective in extending the
availability of their services to you personally. [C03 / M10-02] (Chapter #12, Video: Distribution Strategy | An
Introduction, & Video: Distribution Channels in the Travel & Tourism Industry)
videos :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mmm0ccYPliU&feature=emb_title
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RqTVOAlnz0o&feature=emb_title
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cuPnPJCWJwU&feature=emb_title
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2WAlRfEjms&feature=emb_title

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