Event management is made up of a number of management areas including planning, leading, marketing design, control and budgeting, risk management, logistics, staging and evaluation (Bowdin, Allen, O’Toole, Harris, McDonnell, 2008).The project management is very vital to an event as it is the purpose of creating the unique event.
Management Planning at Halliburton Planning is one of the most critical functions of management an organization can use to accomplish its mission. Halliburton was founded in 1919 and is one of the largest providers of products and services to the energy industry, with a workforce of almost 50,000 people in over 70 countries.
Event and Meeting Planning CURRENT AND FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS IN EVENT MANAGEMENT - The job of an event planner is complex and multi-faceted. They are faced with managing other vendors, organizing logistics and budgets, event registration, marketing, managing guests, and making sure the overall event goes off seamlessly.The role of event manager when building and leading a team. Event manager should be good leader and should know how to make a good team and how to work with team and lead them to success. Characteristic of good manager as leader are given below. Manger focuses on. Goals and objective. Telling how and when to do. Shorter range planning.Event management and event planning are frequently tossed around interchangeably even though they are two very different things. Quite simply, planning and managing are not the same. While the skill sets of these two functions do overlap, they are two distinct functions.
Events require the assembly of teams of people with a range of skills, applicable to the type and scale of the event being planned, with clear lines of authority, decision making and control. In addition to the team planning and managing the event, it is also necessary to identify and work with other stakeholders and interested parties to.Read More
Event Planning and Management, second edition, is an ideal resource for those seeking a step by step formula to plan and deliver a successful event.With the vital balance of professional experience behind them, the authors teach the next generation of event planners with unrivalled knowledge, ensuring an effective event process from start to finish.Read More
Good time management also involves short-term (e.g. daily or weekly) planning. Short-term planning is especially important for providing structure for unstructured research time. Effective short-term goals are clear; they should specify exactly what needs to be done to achieve the goal.Read More
Operations. Few, if any, event planners have 9-to-5 jobs. By its very nature, event planning tends to involve evenings, weekends, holidays and sometimes even specific seasons.Read More
Event Evaluation Steps Involved in Writing the Evaluation of an Event. Event evaluation is necessary to make you and your team more efficient and effective, the next time you organize an event. It is all about finding your mistakes and learning from them. Event evaluation should be done immediately after the event is over or the next day.Read More
The organization and time management practices of your own life are a clear indicator to others of your knack for event planning. Whether you're interviewing to work for another planning business or starting and growing your own, your goal will be to remain calm, organized, and always on schedule.Read More
Executive Summary. Welcome to the future of event planning! Occasions, The Event Planning Specialists, brings to the community of Portland a new breath of air in the event planning market. By combining old fashioned values, going the extra mile, and using cutting edge event-planning software, Occasions will lead the market, providing the same quality results, every time.Read More
Books shelved as event-management: Into the Heart of Meetings by Mike Van Der Vijver, The Wedding Book: The Big Book for Your Big Day by Mindy Weiss, Mee.Read More
A manager’s primary challenge is to solve problems creatively. While drawing from a variety of academic disciplines, and to help managers respond to the challenge of creative problem solving, principles of management have long been categorized into the four major functions of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling (the P-O-L-C framework).Read More