The Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Management invites you to participate in its 2018 Research Symposium taking place across two days at the University of South Australia and the University of Adelaide. The workshops hope to bring together researchers to network, discuss and form collaborations for conducting and advancing research in the field of tourism, hospitality and events.
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2018 JHTM Research Symposium
The University of South Australia
The 2018 Research Symposium aims to support scholars to publish their research as well as to celebrate the successes of the Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Management therefore the program includes a series of interactive and participatory sessions designed to support a special issue of the Journal with a focus on the theme of Customer Experience.
When: Thursday 3 May, 2018
Time: 9.00am – 5.00pm
Where: Bradley Forum, Level 5, Hawke Building, 50-55 North Terrace,
UniSA City West Campus [ view map ]
Design Thinking in Tourism Research:
The Role of Design Principles, Processes,
& Practices for Tourist Experiences
The University of Adelaide
Design Thinking has recently stimulated significant research and business interest. For example, articles in Harvard Business Review and newly created Chief Design Officer positions around the globe both reflect and push the prominence of this way of doing business. However, the broader and more strategic concept of Design Thinking is still in its early stages in tourism research. The purpose of this workshop is to clarify the nature and role of Design Thinking in tourism contexts. This includes a consideration of design principles, processes, and practices, and implications for tourism research through interactive sessions.
When: Friday 4 May, 2018
Time: 9:00am – 12.30pm
Where: Nexus 10 Hub, City Campus, 10-12 Pulteney Street,
University of Adelaide [ view map ]