Our aim of the project was to present a feasible and comprehensive event plan in order to demonstrate the capability to work within a team environment and the employment of planning skills to establish a successful and viable event.
From the lifecycle perspective of the assessment, the establishment of the project conceptualisation was complex. Due to the array of possibilities and the diverse mindsets of the group, agreeing to one project concept was problematic, however the negotiation and co-operation of the group led to one revised and finalised decision. The commencement of the project was challenging due to the diverse and large nature of the project workload, grasping and managing this excessive amount of work was achieved by one member of the group, who was clearly recognised as the projects leader.
There was a clear hierarchical matrix structure for the projects organisational culture, with a dedicated team leader responsible for overseeing the project, and the other members designated as functional managers who were assigned to their own resource and project areas. The leader to our team was a significant attribute, however due to unforeseen circumstances could no longer partake in the course module, resulting into the collapse of our established organisation structure. Contrastingly the misfortune of the group lead to a new prospective project leader, who’s strong leadership qualities lead the group to become a cohesive unit and principally contributed to the high quality completion of the project.
With designated sections all group members had an established role, and contributed equally to the completion and success of the project. My individual role consisted of researching into the venue, theme and design, establishing a design concept, selecting the appropriate venue through venue rationale, creating site plans and dictating the logistical elements required .I additionally pursued extra work, researching and deciding on potential...