Christmas in July? You bet! Seasoned planners know now is the best time to act.
Microphone wrangling can often get short shrift when it comes to ballroom management. It shouldn't.
If you don’t do one, you should. Here's why.
Planning meetings outside your home country presents a whole set of different challenges than you’re used to. It's wise to get an early start on learning basic guidelines.
Mega-meetings often mean more money for better venues, bigger-name speakers, and more creative events and staging. On the other hand, snafus can happen on a much grander scale.
You're a nonprofit planner, and you know that with events, it’s all about the details. But who can focus on details with so many moving pieces, only one of you and no cash for extra help? The answer may lie in a volunteer program.
Many people mix up the terms “task” and “project.” It's important to understand the difference between them, because each must be managed differently.