Barreiras e Facilitadores ao Greening em Eventos Outros Idiomas

Este estudo explorou as barreiras e facilitadores do greening de eventos corporativos, revelando os fatores que aceleram e impedem o greening de eventos. Uma abordagem de estudo de caso foi utilizada ao entrevistar seis membros da equipe de uma organização de eventos corporativos do Reino Unido. Embora muitas barreiras estivessem presentes, facilitadores também foram descobertos. A falta de apoio gerencial e políticas formais, bem como conhecimento e recursos, atuaram como barreiras ao greening de eventos corporativos dentro da organização do estudo de caso. Os recursos financeiros também foram um facilitador, juntamente com clientes e mudanças temporais, e portanto, mais barreiras do que facilitadores foram descobertas. Muitas barreiras estão interligadas, parecendo ser consequência de uma perspectiva de custo-benefício de curto prazo. Recomendações para prática e pesquisa são sugeridas.
Citação ABNT:
DEVENISH, K.; MOITAL, M. Barreiras e Facilitadores ao Greening em Eventos. Revista de Turismo Contemporâneo, v. 7, n. 1, p. 1-27, 2019.
Citação APA:
Devenish, K., & Moital, M. (2019). Barreiras e Facilitadores ao Greening em Eventos. Revista de Turismo Contemporâneo, 7(1), 1-27.
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