Get straight to work on shaping the next chapter in your destination’s recovery.

The recovery programme is designed for rapid roll-out, so that you and your industry can get straight to work on shaping the next chapter in your destination’s recovery. It is designed to be fully collaborative, digital, remote and immersive.

Industry enrolment is fast, meaning you can get your programme up and running in days. Just what you need, with things changing rapidly and an industry response necessary.

*for DTTT Members only.

Get straight to work on shaping the next chapter in your destination’s recovery.

The recovery programme is designed for rapid roll-out, so that you and your industry can get straight to work on shaping the next chapter in your destination’s recovery. It is designed to be fully collaborative, digital, remote and immersive.

 

Industry enrolment is fast, meaning you can get your programme up and running in days. Just what you need, with things changing rapidly and an industry response necessary.

Make the Change

RDR is about change. Here's what you can expect to achieve when
your organisation enrols on the programme.

 

  • - A Destination Strategy for the New Normal
  • - An 'All-Industry' Co-Design of New Purposeful Experiences
  • - Digital Academy to Tilt Business Strategy & Tactics
  • - New Brand Narrative with Values at the Core
  • - The Tourism Plan for Good

 

All of the above fully remote.

Make the Change

RDR is about change. Here's what you can expect to achieve when
your organisation enrols on the programme.

 

  • - A Destination Strategy for the New Normal
  • - An 'All-Industry' Co-Design of New Purposeful Experiences
  • - Digital Academy to Tilt Business Strategy & Tactics
  • - New Brand Narrative with Values at the Core
  • - The Tourism Plan for Good

 

All of the above fully remote.

4 Sprints.

30 Sessions.

4 Sprints.

30 Sessions.

Frame the Challenge

A ten-day introduction to Design Thinking, with the five key stages of design principles explained; Empathising, Defining, Ideating, Prototyping and Testing. This includes a full up-skilling whilst working to understand and correctly 'frame' the challenges faced by the destination and industry.

Frame the Challenge

A ten-day introduction to Design Thinking, with the five key stages of design principles explained; Empathising, Defining, Ideating, Prototyping and Testing.

This includes a full up-skilling whilst working to understand and correctly 'frame' the challenges faced by the destination and industry.

Set the Strategy

A process which sees DMO teams working through strategic questions and collaboratively developing market and audience strategies, brand concepts, adapted product concepts and content and engagement plans to reflect the change in demand.

These are co-designed around expected recovery phases and market predictions.

Set the Strategy

A process which sees DMO teams working through strategic questions and collaboratively developing market and audience strategies, brand concepts, adapted product concepts and content and engagement plans to reflect the change in demand.

These are co-designed around expected recovery phases and market predictions.

Shift the Product

Working together with a series of industry cohorts, businesses come together to co-create a new offer, adapted to the change in demand. With collaborative design sessions supported by facilitators, businesses work in different sprints to look at priority areas.

Shift the Product

Working together with a series of industry cohorts, businesses come together to co-create a new offer, adapted to the change in demand. With collaborative design sessions supported by facilitators, businesses work in different sprints to look at priority areas.

Industry Plan for Good

What is the Industry Plan for Good? Well, in short it is a plan to do things differently. It is as much about rebuilding and recovery as it is about designing a sustainable future, one that is build on purpose, values and principals. The Industry Plan for Good sets out a five-phase plan to rebuild tourism.

Industry Plan for Good

What is the Industry Plan for Good? Well, in short it is a plan to do things differently. It is as much about rebuilding and recovery as it is about designing a sustainable future, one that is build on purpose, values and principals. The Industry Plan for Good sets out a five-phase plan to rebuild tourism.

EXTENDING RDR FOR YOUR NEEDS

Tourism Impact Challenge

Circular Design Challenge

There are additional programmes that can support your journey.
Book a 30-min chat to discuss the best programme for you.

EXTENDING RDR FOR YOUR NEEDS

Tourism Impact Challenge

Circular Design Challenge

There are additional programmes that can support your journey.
Book a 30-min chat to discuss the best programme for you.

100% Remote Collaboration

Remote Design with Mural

Ideate and Innovate inclusively

The DTTT has developed around 100 templates for Mural. All remote design sessions are ran through Mural, which provides participants with a giant pre-built canvas, where they can all collaborate together. This is where the real human creativity comes together with digital collaboration.

Co-create with the Community

Create and Collaborate collectively

Community is at the heart of everything. It has been the strength in getting us through this and it will be the strength in succeeding with recovery. Two DTTT platforms sit at the heart of this, the DTTT Member Community for DMOs and the Tourism Impact Network for industry.

Daily Design Sprints

Design and Define destinations

A schedule is published for each programme. Once enrolled, participants should attend the full programme which will be ran on a daily basis, asking 1-2 hours per day of thoughtful contribution. All templates and material is available to use after the sprints are completed so that you can revisit them on your own time.

100% Remote Collaboration

Remote Design with Mural

Ideate and Innovate inclusively

The DTTT has developed around 100 templates for Mural. All remote design sessions are ran through Mural, which provides participants with a giant pre-built canvas, where they can all collaborate together. This is where the real human creativity comes together with digital collaboration.

Co-create with the Community

Create and Collaborate collectively

Community is at the heart of everything. It has been the strength in getting us through this and it will be the strength in succeeding with recovery. Two DTTT platforms sit at the heart of this, the DTTT Member Community for DMOs and the Tourism Impact Network for industry.

Daily Design Sprints

Design and Define destinations

A schedule is published for each programme. Once enrolled, participants should attend the full programme which will be ran on a daily basis, asking 1-2 hours per day of thoughtful contribution. All templates and material is available to use after the sprints are completed so that you can revisit them on your own time.

GET STARTED FOR FREE

SELF-GUIDED

We wanted to make it accessible, so if you're already a DTTT member and wish to do your own RDR, all the resources and material is available free of charge. If you're a DMO you can request our 3-month free membership and enrol today.

FACILITATOR LED

If you're looking to do it as part of a scheduled or customised programme, led by one of our remote designers, then join a facilitator led programme.
Book a 30 min chat to get started.

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