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”. Eastern academic forum. Available via http://www.seiofbluemountain.com/upload/product/201307/2013gjyx303a8.pdf , 10. 09. 2016. MARZANO, GIUSEPPE AND SCOTT, NOEL (2009), “Power in destination branding”. Annals of Tourism Research , 2009, 36.2: 247-267 MBOUP, GORA (2014) “Urban quality of life – concepts and measurements”. Available via http://www.developmentprogress.org/blog/2014/02/06/urban-quality-life-%E2%80%93-concepts-and-measurements , 7. 9. 2016. MIZS – Ministrstvo za izobraževanje, znanost in šport (2016), Učni načrti, Posodobljeni učni načrti obveznih

LITERATURE HENDERSON, P. G. (2012), “Empirical Study of the Healing Nature of Artistic Expression: Using Mandalas with the Positive Emotions of Love and Joy”, a dissertation. M.S., Texas A&M University ISAILOVIĆ, G., PRESETNIK, LJ., JOVANOVIĆ, I., SIPKA, LJ., VIDOVIĆ, V. (2016), “Landscape therapy and Quality of Life”, Case Study Meteora Greece. Balkan Wellbeing book, in press LI, Q., KOBAYASHI, M., KAWADA, T. (2008), “Relationships Between Percentage of Forest Coverage and Standardized Mortality Ratios (SMR) of Cancers in all Prefectures in Japan”. Open Pub

for 15 years, recognised the importance and the singularity of the change management process in the digital age. He poses a number of interesting questions, simultaneously offering possible solutions and the application of important methods in change management. By creating ten practical case studies of high quality, the author introduces the reader to the secrets of quality thinking, offering, at the same time, very precise models of change management and clear implementation principles on a strategic, tactical and operational level. In this very instance

percent. The most powerful engine driving a nation’s economy is its businesses. But Croatian business is not faring well. In 2014, the World Economic Forum ranked Croatia’s national competitiveness #77 out of 144 countries; it ranked the quality of the Croatian education system even lower – #97 out of 144. The World Bank ranked Croatia’s “Ease of Doing Business” #65 out of A cta Econom ica Et Turistica, Vol 1 (2015), N o. 1-2, pp. 1-112 6 Janice McCormick, Tamara Omrčen MOŽE LI TURIZAM OŽIVJETI HRVATSKU EKONOMIJU? Janice McCormick, Tamara Omrčen CAN TOURISM