Thursday 5 July - Alan Bates Room at Derby Theatre -10.30am – 5pm
This workshop shares ideas on how to put the foundations in place for a successful project. It covers areas of project planning for creative ideas that need to exist in order to make them happen including; scheduling, contracting, team building, access, licencing and deadlines. By the end of the day the participants will have created a working project plan to take back into their everyday working lives.
What is the idea and what does it need to make it happen (10 – 11.30am)
-Identifying the aims and objectives of the project
-What planning areas do we need to cover?
-Who needs to be part of the planning process?
Scheduling (11.45 – 1pm)
-When does it need to happen?
-Project management tools (examples of good practice)
-Creating the plan
Sharing the plan (2pm – 4pm)
-How can the plan be a working document?
-What happens when a project changes?
-Who needs to know about the plan?
Reflection and actions (4pm – 5pm)
-Respond to questions that have come out of the day
-Understand each participants’ actions points that they will take back into their everyday work
-Reflect on what has been most useful in the session
Each session will be a combination of role play, partner working, group conversations and provocations led by Louise.
This workshop is presented by The Big House. Big House is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and is aimed at developing your company as a business. We help you develop new audiences, identify funding opportunities, boost your profile with venues and develop your company into a sustainable business.