Sharjah24: Knowledge-sharing behaviour among employees in tourism is one of the most important factors that contribute to enhancing individual and organisational innovative performance (IP). Tourism institutions focus on their employees’ IP to obtain competitive advantages, achieve operational efficiency, and improve customer service quality. IP can be defined as finding new ways to reach customers and responding to their needs and desires effectively. Knowledge management is defined as multiple processes that include the ability of institutions to take advantage of different types of knowledge and manage it to create competitive advantages for their businesses based on the communications amongst employees to share their knowledge to create or improve new/existing knowledge.
Sharjah24: Tourism destinations are described to be environmentally friendly when they include several environmental practices in various aspects, such as: hotels, airports, transportation…etc.
The environmental image of the destinations has become a key factor influencing the decision of tourists to visit the tourist destination, giving preference to it over others, as is the case in selecting eco-hotels and green transportation compared to traditional hotels and means of transportation.
"On this land, the sun does not shine every day without creating hope in life. Hope in life in treatment, hope in life in housing, hope in life in dignity, hope in life in self-esteem, hope in life to educate our future generations. All of this comes from human givens on this earth".