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Task Length  - 3000 wordsTask DescriptionIn this task student is required to analyse the megatrends from the CSIRO tourism futures report and write a report that identifies the underlying drivers and trends that are influencing this tourism megatrend.You are expected to read widely (including futures literature). Your report should be of 3000 words (excluding references and appendices) and may include a limited number of tables and figures.NOTE: Your recommendations should be tailored to a destination and at broad industry level, not at an individual firm level.Criteria used to grade this task:Integrate theory and research to critically analyse the megatrends in the tourism and hospitality industryInvestigate and analyse the key drivers and trends that are influencing (or will influence) the future development of the megatrend chosenExamine the specific opportunities and challenges the mega trends may have on tourism-related industriesFormulate and justify key recommendations related to the marketing and management of tourism related industries to ensure Australia will be successful and competitive in the futureExplain the political, socio-cultural and economic factors that influence the emerging global tourism marketsDescribe the relationships between tourism and the content areas under study (e.g. commodity culture, visual culture, media culture, etc.).Demonstrate research, deduction and problem solving skills to predict the future direction of tourism and hospitality.Estimated Student Workload: 14-16 hoursSee Separate Marking Rubric for the detailed marking allocationTHT3112 Global Tourism and Hospitality FuturesTourism/Hospitality Futures Scenario report & Reflective ReportTemplateTitle page (Report title and your details)Executive Summary (On one page per se)- 200-300 wordsIntroduction- 500-700 words· An overview of the six mega-trendsBody- 1500-2000 words· Critically analyse the mega-trends in tourism and hospitality industry based on research and theory.· Examine the specific opportunities and challenges the mega trends may have on tourism-related industries.· Explain the political, socio-cultural, and economic factors that influence the emerging global tourism markets.· Identify the key drivers and trends that are influencing/will influence the mega-trends.Conclusion/s- 100-200 wordsRecommendations- 100-200 wordsFormulate and justify key recommendations related to the marketing and management of tourism related industries to ensure Australia will be successful and competitive in the future.References List (APA System) Assessment Task No 3 (Tourism/Hospitality Futures Scenario report) Marking RubricSTUDENT NAME:STUDENT NUMBER:CriteriaHigh Distinction 80% - 100%Distinction (70% - 79%)Credit (60% - 69%)Pass (50% - 59%)Fail (0% - 49%)ScoreWeight(Marks)Task Compliance: Answered task QuestionReport provides a concise and very clear summary of the main drivers and trends that influence the mega trend. Comprehensively identify all the key opportunities and threats from the mega trend. The opportunities and threats are all relevant for destination or industry sectors.Report provides a concise yet clear summary of the main drivers and trends that influence the mega trend. Report identifies most of the key opportunities and threats from the mega trend. The opportunities and threats are mostly related to the destination or industry sectors.Report provides a concise and mostly clear summary of the main drivers and trends that influence the mega trend. Report identifies most of the key opportunities and threats from the mega trend. The opportunities and threats are generally relevant for the destination only and/or industry sectors.Report provides a summary of the main drivers and trends that influence the mega trend, although some parts are slightly off topic. Report identifies most of the key opportunities and threats from the mega trend, but some vital ones are missing. The opportunities and threats are not as relevant for the destination or industry sectors.Summary of the report main drivers are not clear or concise and/or not appropriate to the task. Opportunities and threats are limited, unjustified and not related to the mega trends. Theory or concepts have not been incorporated in a meaningful way in your discussion from the futures literature.12Research,dataacquisitionandreferencingEvidence of detailed, structured and independent research. Demonstrated use of a wide variety of applicable scholarly information resources/data  Referencing used throughout is consistent and accurate and demonstrated ability to reference a range of both primary and secondary sources both in-text and using a reference list.Evidence of broad, structured and independent research. Demonstrated use of applicable scholarly information resources/data.Referencing throughout is generally consistent and accurate and demonstrated ability to reference a range of both primary and secondary sources both in-text and within a reference list.Evidence of solid research skills but with more limited use of applicable scholarly information resources/data.Referencing is in parts inconsistent and or demonstrates a limited ability to reference a range of both primary and secondary sources both in-text and within a reference list.Research conducted demonstrates an attempt to collect and use applicable scholarly information resources/data but from a limited range of sources.Frequent use of the words and/or ideas of others from primary and secondary sources that are inconsistently and/or inaccurately referencedLimited acknowledgement of sources as in-text or within a reference list.Limited research skills demonstrated. Poorly selected and used information resources/data (non-scholarly) data.Failure to acknowledge sources either as in-text or within a reference list.8Applicationof data/frameworks/theoriesYou have impact fully incorporated Global Tourism and Hospitality Futures theories and concepts in your discussions.You have incorporated relevant Global Tourism and Hospitality Futures theories and concepts in your discussions.You have incorporated appropriate Global Tourism and Hospitality Futures theories and concepts in your discussions.You have incorporated some Global Tourism and Hospitality Futures theories and concepts in your discussions, but better integration is needed.Global Tourism and Hospitality Futures theories and concepts have not been incorporated in a meaningful way in your discussions.12TopicDevelopmentThe Tourism Mega Trend Drivers and Implications Report demonstrate a very clear understanding of your mega trend in a professional and structured manner.The Tourism Mega Trend Drivers and Implications Report demonstrate a clear understanding of your mega trend in a consistent manner.The Tourism Mega Trend Drivers and Implications Report demonstrate a reasonably good understanding of your mega trends, although some gaps and not fully consistent with requirements.The Tourism Mega Trend Drivers and Implications Report demonstrate an understanding of your mega trends, although some gaps are evident andfails to specifically address the key aspects of the task requirements and components of the questionsThe Tourism Mega Trend Drivers and Implications Report demonstrate an understanding of your mega trend, and many gaps in understanding are evident and fails to address the key aspects of the task requirement/questions, is largely off-topic and/or not relevant to the task requirements/questions.4Expression,StructureDemonstrates a high quality level of academic writing, pre-submission editing and proof-reading and minimal grammatical/expression errors.Professional presentation including the use of headings, spelling, punctuation error-free.Demonstrates a solid level of academic writing with occasional editing, proof-reading and grammatical/expression errorsWell-presented including the use of headings, spelling, punctuation error-free.Level of academic writing consistent but with editing, proof-reading and grammatical/expression errors.Some errors in formatting, spelling, punctuation.Additional editing and proof- reading required.Level of academic writing in-consistent with multiple editing, proof-reading and grammatical/expression errors.Errors in formatting, spelling, punctuation.Additional detailed editing and proof- reading required.Poor level of academic writing with multiple editing, proof-reading and grammatical/expression errors throughout.Multiple errors in formatting, spelling, punctuation.Significant detailed editing and proof- reading required.4Late penaltyMarks awarded40COMMENTS:  Csiro futureswww.csiro.auOurfutureworldGlobal megatrends that will change the way we liveThe 2012 revisionstefan hajkowicz, hannah Cook, anna LittleboyCitationHajkowicz SA, Cook H, Littleboy A. 2012. Our Future World: Global megatrends that will change the way we live. The 2012 Revision. CSIRO, Australia.speCiaL DevotionThe authors devote this research in particular to the many people facing vision loss and degenerative illness. Your future world is so challenging. But your mega courage is an inspiration to everyone. May you teach us about what matters in this life.CopyriGht© 2012 CSIRO To the extent permitted by law, all rights are reserved and no part of this publication covered by copyright may be reproduced or copied in any form or by any means except with the written permission of CSIRO.important DisCLaimerCSIRO advises that the information contained in this publication comprises general statements based on scientific research. The reader is advised and needs to be aware that such information may be incomplete or unable to be used in any specific situation. No reliance or actions should therefore be made on that information without seeking prior expert professional, scientific and technical advice. To the extent permitted by law, CSIRO (including its employees and consultants) excludes all liability to any person for any consequences, including but not limited to all losses, damages, costs, expenses and any other compensation, arising directly or indirectly from using this publication (in part or in whole) and any information or material contained in it.aCknowLeDGementsThe authors would like to express their sincere gratitude to the hundreds of people who have commented on the original 2009 megatrends at conferences, professional seminars, board room briefings and community meetings. Your questions and insights have helped us build a better product. We express gratitude to staff from GPT and the Australian Sports Commission. Both are recent clients of CSIRO futures and have greatly helped with the thinking behind this report. Lastly we would like to thank the countless CSIRO people who helped with quality reviews, background research, logistics and intellectual guidance including the development group, the communications team, the education group, the CSIRO board and executives, flagship directors, divisional chiefs, science leaders, research scientists, creative support services, the designers and support staff in a variety of roles.2 4 5 8 11 14 17 20 24 27Global megatrends – the 2012 revisionBackground More from lessGoing, going .... gone? The silk highway Forever young Virtually here Great expectations Our methods – foresight and strategy Referencescontents1Global megatrendsThe narrative of the future presented in this report is constructed from six interlinked megatrends. A megatrend is a significant shift in environmental, economic and social conditions that will play out over the coming decades. The indicative time frame for the analysis is 20 years. The megatrends are shown below using an interlinked venn diagram. 1
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Futures of Global Tourism and Hospitality Scenario Report on Tourism/Hospitality Futures & Reflective Report
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Executive Summary
Several worldwide trends have emerged that have the ability to change society. Megatrends are the most significant, as they are
oad in scope and last for a long time – sometimes at least 2 decades. As a consequence, megatrends are widely attributed to events that may occur in a range of countries around the world and have the ability to influence the worldwide economic system in certain ways. Thi
s research attempts to provide a critical analysis of how tourism adapts to global megatrends.
The first part of this report would start with a quick overview of the six interconnected megatrends identified in the "Our Future World" research, following a thorough examination of the two key trends, "Virtually Here" and "More from Less," that cruise tourism may exhibit until 2030. The impact of macroenvironmental factors like as technologies, environmental, political, economy, and social on the future evolution of chosen megatrends is evaluated in this article. We're looking into the benefits and drawbacks that the megatrend could have on cruise tourism. Based on the material in our presentation, we construct a tourist scenario till 2030 based on that analysis.
Four important themes will have an impact on travel and tourism: evolving visitor demand, long-term tourist expansion, introducing new technologies, and travel mobility. These four developments are going to have a big influence. We need to delve into the numerous repercussions of such megatrends through year 2040 in intended to notify policy & plan for the long term of tourism.
Introduction
Due to the tremendous rise of tourism as well as the rising expectations of today's consumer, every tourist spot is becoming increasingly crucial in meeting customer demand. Tourism, but at the other hand, is expected to have a more promising future. Our research would want to focus on two specific megatrends, "Virtually here" and "More from less," which are built on six megatrends from the CSIRO tourism futures report. The purpose of this paper is to identify driving factors (containing macro environmental assessment and Poster's Five Forces) by analysing opportunities, dangers, and problems posed by the tourism industry's future scenario.
In other words, this research will categorise the important factors and trends that may have an impact on the future growth of tourism industry in relation to the two megatrends indicated. In addition, some recommendations for future practise in terms of cruise tourism marketing and management will be made.
After 50 years, the gravitational centre of the global economy will migrate to the south and east. By 2030, emerging countries are predicted to account for two-thirds of world economy and half of global production, making them the primary recipients of global trade. India and China, both fast-growing rising economies, are crucial marketplaces for businesses in a variety of sectors. People spend extra money on everyday essentials as well as other product sas a consequence of rapid emergence of the new middle class. Demand-side indicators indicate that developing countries will continue to be prefe
ed locations for manufacturing, but significant shifts toward services indicate that China as well as other emerging economies will eventually capture a significant share of world services trade at the expense of OECD countries.
Global tourism has risen dramatically in recent decades as a result of globalisation and technical improvements that have reduced airfare and making it easier for more people to plan and manage their own excursions. They can also discuss their travel experiences with others in real time. Even if the general growth rate remains constant, fluctuations in climatic conditions, technology advancements, and altering demographics will all have a substantial impact on tourism by 2040.
This chapter examines the most likely tourist megatrends over the next few years in order to gain a better understanding of how the sector will evolve. On a global scale, there are many distinct sorts of megatrends, such as societal, economical, political, environmental, and technical trends. They have the capacity to disrupt and radically alter industries all over the world, including tourism, because they often have long-term repercussions. Companies have to spend months attempting to adjust to new circumstances that have emerged time to time.
Analyzing the CSIRO Report's six megatrends:
Megatrends represent large-scale social, economical, political, environmental, or technical changes that happen slowly but have long-term consequences for a variety of activities, human processes, and perspectives (Clark, 2012). There are six megatrends that will impact people's lives, according to Hajkowicz, Cook, and Littleboy (2012). To begin with, the magetrend of "More from Less" as just a creative way to meet human requirements by making better use of resources, energy, and food in the face of rising buyers and sellers is na
owing. "Going, going...gone?" alludes to the extinction of species, habitats, and ecosystems. The fast industrialisation of major cities, combined with rising population, will result in the extinction of numerous plant and animal species, as well as ecosystem imbalance (Hajkowicz, 2012).
The term "Silk Highway" alludes to emerging economies' rapid growth, u
anisation patterns, political shifts, and the transition from industrialisation to modern technology. The ageing of population, a disparity in pension benefit payments, an improvement in quality of life, increasing hospital expenses, an increase in style of life diseases, and improved awareness of healthy drinking and eating habits are all part of the "Forever Young" trend. Computing power, internet infrastructure, data volumes, Internet users, AI, and technological...
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