Dalam beberapa pertemuan di kelas semester ini, pengembangan teori blue-dan red ocean membawa saya dengan terminologi inovasi disruptif (disruptive innovation). Memang penekanan red-blue ocean ada di pengembangan pasar, namun tidak dapat dipungkiri bahwa inovasi -lah yang membuat pasar berubah-begitu pula sebalikanya. Pasar bergerak mengikuti inovasi.
Live as if you were to die tomorrow.
Learn as if you were to live forever
~ Mahatma Gandhi
From my perspective, the success of teaching lies on your student’s feedback; not just based on a piece of paper. Did you make any changes on their behavior? Does the subject that you teach inspires them? Motivate them? Change the way they think? Expand their knowledge?
As someone who is still very green in marketing, I learned so many things from my students. We share thoughts in marketing, we create new concepts, and we dreamed of creating a better world with what we call Societal Based Marketing in Tourism and Hospitality.
Be good you all! 🙂
After being questioned by some of my students, I am sharing a brief description about The ASEAN Economic Community, which is scheduled to start being a reality next year (2015).
The ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) shall be the goal of regional economic integration by 2015. AEC foresees the following key characteristics: (a) a single market and production base, (b) a highly competitive economic region, (c) a region of equitable economic development, and (d) a region fully integrated into the global economy.
The AEC areas of cooperation include human resources development and capacity building; recognition of professional qualifications; closer consultation on macroeconomic and financial policies; trade financing measures; enhanced infrastructure and communications connectivity; development of electronic transactions through e-ASEAN; integrating industries across the region to promote regional sourcing; and enhancing private sector involvement for the building of the AEC. In short, the AEC will transform ASEAN into a region with free movement of goods, services, investment, skilled labour, and free flow of capital.
After years and years of watching, I’m finally on YouTube!! 😀
I have uploaded some videos, which I intend to use for my student’s learning.
Do feel free to subscribe on my channel and view videos at the following link Diah Sastri’s Videos on YouTube as I’ll be sharing the latest tips, updates and information related to Marketing, Tourism and Hospitality
Ps: Here’s a glimps about what I’ll be sharing on YouTube
All the very best! 🙂
From the basic concept of sustainable tourism; it’s clear that sustainable tourism was designed not to stop tourism but to manage it in the interests of all three parties involved – the host habitats and communities, the tourists and the industry itself. It seeks a balance between development and conservation. It seeks to find the best form of tourism for an area taking into account its ecology and its culture. It may mean limits to growth, or in some cases no growth at all. The precautionary principle is important here. Continue reading
Tourism is one of the world’s fastest growing industries and is a major source of income for many countries. Being a people-oriented industry, tourism also provides many jobs which have helped revitalise local economies.
However, like other forms of development, tourism can also cause its share of problems, such as social dislocation, loss of cultural heritage, economic dependence and ecological degradation. Learning about the impacts of tourism has led many people to seek more responsible holidays. These include various forms of alternative or sustainable tourism such as: ‘nature-based tourism’, ‘ecotourism’ and ‘cultural tourism’. Sustainable tourism is becoming so popular that some say that what we presently call ‘alternative’ will be the ‘mainstream’ in a decade.
So the question is; what is Sustainable Tourism? Continue reading
Leading companies now understand they must reach highly aware, technology savvy customers. Kotler, Kartajaya and Setiawan say that the ‘old rules’ of product-based and consumer-based marketing will fail to do this. Companies need instead, to focus on creating products, services and entire corporate cultures, which are customer value driven at a more multi-dimensional, fundamental level.
To give a general idea, the following are the main differences between the three concepts:
Marketing 1.0 – product-centric, or the marketing of the industrial age, when marketing was about selling factory outputs. Marketing was transaction orientated: how to make a sale.
Marketing 2.0 – consumer-based, where marketing is relationship orientated -how to keep customers coming back and buying more.
Marketing 3.0 – value driven marketing, the linkage of three building blocks