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The caviar of event managers
Photo by: el copilot Negative Feedback. Very tough to find, very hard to accept. Without negative feedback I think I would have been a complete uncompetent. If I have to think back at my education as well, I still remember those lecturers who had the ability to let you understand what exactly you did wrong. […]
Work Breakdown Structure and Details
Events are about details. If you don’t pay attention to details I strongly suggest you pursue another career path, or alternatively read below. If you are convinced that details are indeed a priority I strongly suggest you think about using a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) to manage your next event. Project managers use WBS to […]
Apologies to all those that connected in the last four hours. Either a bug in WordPress or host troubles or a pseudo-hacker attack are undermining the Event Manager Blog. We’ll survive. In the meanwhile you won’t be able to get some pictures, but 100% of the content should be there and links should be working. […]
Why can’t we be friends?
While my visit at Confex 2008 did not leave me with the best memory, I had an interesting meeting with my friend Rob. He participates a lot in Event-Management-Uk a great website and forum about events with an awful lot of information on events. I could see his dedication and willingness to share information, define […]
Get a free copy of the Events Toolkit
I recently compiled a toolkit from all the interventions on the blog. It can be used as a cheat sheet for events. As I think that the best way to get EventManagerBlog content is via RSS feed, I decided to give away the pdf only to subscribers. If you don’t know what RSS is visit […]