The Organizational Change And Development Of A Travel And Tourism Organization

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Management for Travel and Tourism

Name: BALKISU TEJAN,
ID: 37007

ANALYSIS OF THE ORGANISATIONAL CHANGE AND DEVELOPMENT OF A TRAVEL AND TOURISM ORGANIZATION: CASE STUDY OF BRITISH AIRWAYS

It is essential that an organization undergoes growth and development, Organizational change and innovation. Many investigators have formulated theories related to change management once they begin to understand the importance of organizational change and innovation. This theories have critically been analyzed with an example of several cases studies e.g. British Airways. Another analysis carried out is the comparison of some of these strategies against the external and internal environment. The changes taking place in British Airways explores the understanding of change management is implemented in organizations. The case study of British Airways tries to explain the dimensions of business travel and tourism and its social, economic and environmental consequences. The case study explains the easier approach of organizational change in right method based on mutual trust and obligation between the clientele, employee and employer.The developments in travel and tourism changes in consumer needs and are inseparably intertwined. Consumers expect more when more products and destinations are on offer.

Company Overview

British Airways was formally formed when British European airways (BEA) and British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) this was April 1,…
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