Innovation Leadership in Tourism Sector Organization

Increase the skills needed for effective leading of innovations in organisation
Rating: 4.6 out of 5 (17 ratings)
1,704 students
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Innovation Leadership in Tourism Sector Organization
Rating: 4.6 out of 5 (17 ratings)
1,704 students
Define the Innovation Leadership, key components and models
Disclose characteristics and types of innovations and leadership
Identify Innovation Leadership trends in tourism sector organisation
Connect innovation and leadership in organisation context as an innovation leader
Create and use a plan for your personal development as an innovation leader

Requirements

  • No prerequisites are required

Description

This course is developed for increasing the understanding and skills needed for effective leading of innovations in organisation. Tourism sector organisations are presented as a specific area with good-practice examples of well known leaders in this area. The course provides a critical exploration of the contemporary issues that impact upon the leadership for innovation in tourism sector organisation and to promote the development of innovative approach for leadership.

Course can be used as a teachers’ classroom enrichment resource or can be studied independently by students.

Who this course is for:

  • Leaders of Tourism Sector Organisations
  • Organisations that wish to be Innovative
  • Persons willing to strengthen their leadership capability

Course content

5 sections • 20 lectures • 2h 2m total length
  • The Essence and Components of Innovation
    07:22
  • Leadership versus Management
    11:16
  • Innovation Leadership Models
    19:07
  • Stories of Leaders
    00:50
  • Innovation Leadership: key components and models
    8 questions

Instructor

Interreg South Baltic Programme FOCUS project consortium
SB FOCUS project
  • 4.2 Instructor Rating
  • 195 Reviews
  • 6,648 Students
  • 10 Courses

The project involves five partners from Lithuania (2), Sweden (1), Poland (1) and Denmark (1). The partnership is composed of the universities and a business college. The partners are supported by associated partners (biotechnology association, association of distance and e-learning as well as tourist information organisations). The project is led by the Klaipeda University from Lithuania.

The overall idea of the project is to enable the exchange of knowledge and transfer of good practice from R&D sector to practitioners in marine biotechnology, marine/coastal tourism sectors as well as to students searching for education in a given field.