Creative Project Management
Yum Yum & Delicious bring an organisation together on the journey from project concept and design to implementation and operation
Organisations find it difficult to plan projects in a holistic yet
innovative manner that will meet the needs of the community
“Greatness is not a function of circumstance.
Greatness…is a matter of conscious choice”
Delivering creative projects in remote and Indigenous communities can be limited by an organisations project vision, community knowledge and the ability to access skilled people and necessary supplies.
Yum Yum & Delicious take the time to understand an organisations’ needs including the desired outcomes of the project at hand. We break the project down into achievable steps for you and work with you throughout the life of the project. We ensure that we walk away leaving the organisation with the desired outcome and if appropriate the ability to carry on the work after we have left.
“Nyamba Buru Yawuru (NBY) has commissioned Yum Yum & Delicious to undertake project management, event coordination and plain english document communication on important Yawuru projects over the past two years. NBY has found Yum Yum & Delicious to be highly professional, efficient and consistent in delivering product and services at a high standard. NBY feels comfortable in recommending Yum Yum & Delicious services particularly in areas of Indigenous cross cultural development”
Howard Pederson, Nyamba Buru Yawuru Ltd.
Creative Projects can be extremely complex with standard project deliverables and time lines combined with artistic endeavours and critiques. As such it is important to understand the nuisances of the client, the community and the artist along with the place and purpose of the creative outputs.
In approaching such a project Yum Yum & Delicious undertakes the ‘one thousand layers’ process, whereby each layer of a project is held up by the one before and supports the one above. This process enables us to grasp the full potential of the project.
The elements of ‘one thousand layers’ include but are not exclusive to: time frame – prescribed milestones – identified milestones – prescribed budgets – funding green lights – funding opportunities and deadlines – existing skills sets – required skill sets – local skills sets – supplies – lead times – short term employment opportunities – subcontractor accessibility – long term employment outcomes – up skilling opportunities – expansion opportunities – tiered recruitment – limitations – risks – stakeholders – strengths and weaknesses – critical incidents – community desires – project motivations.