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Saturday, 28 March 2009 00:00

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Meeting Architecture is meeting management discipline concerned with designing the content and format of meetings and events.

The term Meeting Architecture was first used in the book “Meeting Architecture, a manifesto” by Maarten Vanneste in 2008 and further developed into The Meeting Architecture Manifesto through a collaborative effort by 40 meetings industry opinion leaders in Europe and USA.

The Manifesto introduces the The Meeting Architecture 2011 Project which has the following objectives:

  1. To perform an extensive needs analysis for Meeting Architecture skills, including an assessment of market maturity and estimate a demand curve for the services of Meeting Architecture professionals.
  2. To investigate alternative pathways and make a plan for the implementation of Meeting Architecture skills through alliances with meeting industry associations, universities and other stakeholders, providing compelling value propositions for each of them to join in a significant and long-term collaborative effort.
  3. To secure funding for the further development of Meeting Architecture, including a curriculum to be implemented through university and industry educational programmes.
  4. To develop the concept of Meeting Architecture through conceptual models and practical case studies. 

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