COLLABORATIVE GOVERNANCE MODEL FOR TOURISM SECTOR DEVELOPMENT IN THE SOUTH BANTEN REGION, BANTEN PROVINCE
The main problem in this research is that various stakeholders have not been integrated with infrastructure weaknesses in the Development of the Tourism Sector in the South Banten Region of Banten Province in the Collaborative Governance model. This study uses a qualitative method with a case study design. The study results reveal that the application of the collaborative governance model in realizing the development of the tourism sector in the South Banten Region of Banten Province is organized by the Regional Government (Department of Tourism and Culture) of Banten Province, which integrates the government, business and community activities. The collaboration model aims to ease the burden on public institutions (government), break the concentration of authority of public institutions that are too dominant and increase the participation of other stakeholders to proportionally share the roles of the parties in tourism management so that the channelling of the aspirations of the parties can be realized. This study found a robust leadership model to drive stakeholders and program transparency. Leadership and transparency are needed, especially for the Banten community with strong religious and traditional ties. Transparency is the key to the trust of all stakeholders, becoming a common problem and solving problems together. In other words, the development of this model is following current needs without compromising the right to meet the needs of future communities in the South Banten region, Banten Province.
Model, Collaborative Governance, Tourism, Local Government.