Itft-Need For Tourism Planning


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Need For Tourism Planning.Significance Of Tourism Planning

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Itft-Need For Tourism Planning

  2. 2. What is the present situation? The first phase is concerned with an analysis of the existing situation which gives the direction for the suceeding phases.
  3. 3. •The background analysis phase takes into consideration the policies and plans of other public sector bodies which have an impact on tourism and identifies the existing tourism related programs.
  4. 4. •The background study and analysis results in the assessment of the tourism resource componentsof the area and preparation of the inventory*. Tourism Resources NATURAL RESOURCES CLIMATE FLORA FORESTS WATER RESOURCES e.g Rivers, Lakes
  6. 6. DEFINITION Acc to Haynes and Massey, “Planning is that function of a manager in which, he decides in advance what he will do. It is an intellectual process in which ,creative thinking and imagination are essential”.
  7. 7. • Planning , therefore, is looking into the future. • Planning is done to achieve a set of objective for the organization
  8. 8. Need of Planning 1. The planning process anticipates and estimates unpredictable future 2. It helps in achieving such goals as are set by the top brass
  9. 9. 3. It helps in meeting the demands of competition; as such, it overcomes competition in local, national and global markets
  10. 10. 4. It reduces the element of uncertainty in the entire managerial process 5. It helps the management bring co- ordination among the various departments of an organization
  11. 11. 6. It leads to efficient and optimal use of resources for the purpose of achieving the goals of organization
  12. 12. 7. It determines requirement of resource , materials and equipment at all three levels
  13. 13. 8. It involves forecasting of the future. The manager forecasts those events that would occur in the future(and affect his goals).So ,he uses forecasting techniques and statistical methods to anticipate facts about the working of the organization.