Event Management Tips 1: A Clear Event Management Plan

Saturday, August 09, 2014


Every time I speak to a group or someone learns that I am an event organizer they always asked me for event management tips.

So here I am now revealing some of the important areas that one should never forget in doing an event or starting an event management company.

Event Management Plan

1.    Clear Objectives

You should always know what are the objectives of the event. I always ask our clients what are the objectives of their event.

Without clear objectives, the event will go nowhere and if ever it is implemented there is no way to determine if it is successful or not.

In addition, sometimes the clients veer away from the objectives, having a record or document to remind your client about the objectives of their event helps a lot in correcting the client and making the event go in the right direction.

2.    Clear Tasks and Responsibilities

Every team member should have clear tasks and responsibilities. As much as possible, avoid overlapping of tasks. If event member knows their tasks and responsibilities the chance for success in the implementation of the event is big.

3.    Clear Organizational Chart

An organizational chart posted and sent to each member involved in the event ensures seamless operations.

An organizational chart provides you a bigger picture of the event operations. It ensures event details are being accomplished by one of the event members. As they say, “ God is in the details.”

This is the foundation of all successful events. As an event management organizer or event management planner, you should always ensure that you are strong in this critical area. Being skilled in this area prevents you in committing grave mistakes during the implementation of the event.



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