Project management is characterised by systematic and integral control of the development process, from creative idea to concrete product. This book concentrates on the management of event projects. Events such as festivals, exhibitions, conferences, arts productions, sports events and company events draw a lot of attention. An initiative frequently ends in failure, because the funding cannot be finalised, deadlines are not met or budgets are exceeded. The professional approach of a project can prevent many problems. The Project Management method is very user-friendly and stands out by its direct applicability(numerous check lists, step-by-step plans and model contracts).
This book describes a concept of project management for general application, and the organisational, financial and planning aspects of a project. This third edition has been adapted regarding both the contents and the form that were altered in the Dutch version of the book Projectmanagement, the 8th edition by Jan Verhaar. Besides the obvious changes for this 3rd edition small changes and add-ons have been made throughout the entire book. In Part A, the chapters have been included which guide you through the methodology. In Part B you will learn using the step-by-step plan, with your own event or conference project. In Part C all of the chapters have been bundled together so that you can gain theoretical insight into the different techniques and models.
Project Management is written for students at College (undergraduate) or University (graduate) level, but can also be an invaluable guide or quick-reference book for professionals.
Jan Verhaar (1949) volgde na zijn studie bouwkunde en bouweconomie een groot aantal cursussen en trainingen op het gebied van management en organisatiekunde. Hij werkte als hoofd stafbureau bij een... Meer
Iris Eshel (1973) studeerde culturele bedrijfsvoering aan de Amsterdamse Hogeschool voor de Kunsten, waarna ze zich specialiseerde in projectmanagement, marketing en de productie van evenementen. Z... Meer