Synergistic Stakeholder Strategies in Sustainable Tourism Development in Tana Toraja

Niken Ayu Ningsih Panggula, Alwi Alwi, Gita Susanti


Tourism Development is a Tourism Office program in advancing tourism in Tana Toraja Regency to increase Regional Original Income by collaborating with the government sector, the private sector and the community sector. This research aims to analyze Collaborative Leadership in Tourism development in Tana Toraja Regency. This research uses qualitative research methods with descriptive research. Data collection techniques were carried out using in-depth interviews, observation and documentation studies. The data was analyzed with data reduction techniques, data presentation and drawing conclusions. The results of the research show that Collaborative Leadership in Tourism Development in Tana Toraja Regency has not been effective, which can be seen using the dimensions of Collaborative Leadership, namely (1) Activating Resource Assistance, this can be seen from the resources that have been contributed by actors collaboration and well managed by the tourism office but it is not yet effective because resource facilitation is not evenly distributed. (2) Framing the Work Environment, this has not been effective because the coordination process, Standard Operating Procedure, communication and involvement of other actors are very inadequate.


Collaboration Leadership; Socio-Economic Impact; Cultural Tourism

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