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Festivals and Events

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Sandeep Ladwa

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Festivals and Events Created By Sandeep ladwa Presented by
Kamila Blackburn
Priyanka Pramodrai &
Sandeep Ladwa Staging and Production Embok Images from juliasilvers.com The four major facets of the EMBOK include the Phases, Processes, Core Values, and Knowledge Domains. Taken together these represent the scope of events management and provide the primary categories for a classification system or management system.
The EMBOK may be used to develop competency assessment criteria as well as the curriculum for educational and training programs. http://www.juliasilvers.com/embok/Facets_Aps.htm What Is EMBOK?
Simply put, EMBOK is a framework illustrating and encompassing the facets of events management that is flexible according to the needs of its user.

The Definition of Event Management
Event management is the process by which an event is planned, prepared, and produced. As with any other form of management, it encompasses the assessment, definition, acquisition, allocation, direction, control, and analysis of time, finances, people, products, services, and other resources to achieve objectives. An event manager’s job is to oversee and arrange every aspect of an event, including researching, planning, organizing, implementing, controlling, and evaluating an event’s design, activities, and production.
http://www.juliasilvers.com/embok.htm The EMBOK is a framework to be used by governments, local authorities and other organizations for the development of their events. It can be used as the foundation for competency levels in event management and, therefore, for the development of curriculum.

It can be used by the numerous associations around the world to evaluate their accreditation and develop event-type specific EMBOKs, such as the Exhibition EMBOK, Conference EMBOK, Festival EMBOK and Sports EMBOK. The EMBOK is international and therefore can assist in creation of an event industry in developing countries.

There can be no doubt that there will be new rules, regulations and possible legislation that will affect the event industry. The governments of some regions, such as South Africa are already considering event specific legislation. The EMBOK will assist the legislators in understanding the profession of event management.

Introduction Aims and
Objectives Kamila "Black Pantha" Priyanka "Princess" Sandeep
"the $andman" EMOBOK???


"EMBOK" With Thanks to: mum References Warning: This so good it will make you sick Image from http://bitesizebio.com/articles/buying-a-real-time-pcr-cycler/ White elephant Image fromhttp://bitesizebio.com/articles/buying-a-real-time-pcr-cycler/ White Elephant FT article: What is the legacy ? Effect on local business and trade
FT 5th March 2011 Define staging and production processes limiations related to the topic Kamila kamila To inform you about staging and production To stimulate some thoughts To have an experience of your own Provoke a discussion to inspire 2006 Winter Olympics opening ceremony http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nNskQPhZafU Limitations to the EMBOK framework - Triple bottom line
- Sustainability
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Evaluation is the key to learning from the impacts and implictions, its offers understanding in hosting events and provides insight and data, to deliver world class events An application illustration of the event managment body of knowledge (EMBOK) as a framework for analysis using the design of the winter Olympics opening ceremonies 2009p Julia Rutherford Silvers and Kathleen Beard Nelson By Question ????

and Answers........ Marketing Eamples of companies who Plan events
Production According to Elwood Butta “production is a process by which goods or services are created”.

Characteristics features of production system

1. Production is an organized activity.
2. The system transforms the various inputs into useful outputs.
3. Production system does not operate in isolation from the other organizational
4. There exists a feed back about the activities which is essential to control and
improve system perfornmance
The characteristics of festivals and events do not adhere to one management concept, as they include intangibility, production at the same time as consumption and perisability. PRINCE 2 There is Prince 2, this is an project management package similar to ms project, it allows for the user to plan each aspect of the event, understanding lead times, implementing the errors and also lag which can be an issue if there are delays

The key features of PRINCE2 are:
• Its focus on business justification
• A defined organisation structure for the project management team
• Its product-based planning approach
• Its emphasis on dividing the project into manageable and controllable stages
• Its flexibility to be applied at a level appropriate to the project. Conclusion Our thoughts We thank you all for listening and open for any questions. Discussion
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