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Faisal Town, Lahore, Pakistan

Managing a Project-Based Organization

Only 12% of employees believe their leaders are particularly skilled at leading projects.

As businesses increasingly use project frameworks for their operations, having managers skilled at leading projects is fast becoming essential. The Managing a Project-Based Organization unit has the overall object of teaching to become comfortable and competent in addressing major management issues and decisions in a project-based organization. You will develop your understanding of the principles of project management from a middle to senior managerial perspective and develop skills to plan and manage projects with a range of teams.

This workshop provides managers with the skills, knowledge, and vision to reliably lead the successful completion of projects on schedule and within budget.

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this workshop you will be able to:

- Discuss the principles, skills and techniques required for the management of projects and the integration of project management concepts within a contemporary organization’s structure

- Discuss current project management principles and best-of-breed practices and how they relate to and mesh with the management of organizational structures

- Analyze the risks associated with implementing and executing organization-centric projects and the development of the necessary contingency plans

- Evaluate the importance of teamwork, leadership, and the practical application of team-based skills in managing human resources within a project environment

- Evaluate the organization’s business structure requirements against the project management framework to guide the developers and implementers of an emerging project-based operation

- Demonstrate a high order of skill in analysis, critical reflection, and evaluation and professional application

- Demonstrate creativity and flexibility in the application of knowledge and skills to new situations, to resolve problems, and to think rigorously and independently

Workshop Duration

Three Day Workshop

Workshop Overview

  • Projects in contemporary organizations

Introduces the Project Management and modern influences on the project management business function.

  • Strategic management and project selection

Explains the importance of aligning individual projects with the organization’s larger strategy and how to choose which projects will have the greatest benefit for the organization.

  • Project management and the project manager

Examines in-depth the specific role of the project manager in ensuring that the goals and outcomes of projects are reached within expected time frames and budgetary limits.

  • Managing conflict and the art of negotiation

Discusses the likelihood for conflict to emerge between project members and how it is the responsibility of the project manager to mediate such conflicts and ensure that progress is maintained.

  • The project in the organizational structure

Explores how the projects that an organization can and should engage in are dependent on the size and structure of the organization, with greater complexity leading to a need for more advanced project management.

  • Project planning

Examines the first, and in many ways most vital, step of project management: planning and developing the original project brief.

  • Budgeting and risk management

Explains the process of planning the budget of a project, how to prepare for potential risks, and the interrelationship between these two elements.

  • Scheduling and resource allocation

Discusses how to allocate resources between the different parts of the project team, based on where in the project’s timeline you are, and how to review and optimize this allocation.

  • Project monitoring and control

Highlights the important of monitoring the project, its successes, and its obstacles at all stages, with the knowledge that it is the project manager’s responsibility to assert control at any point that the project is struggling.

  • Project auditing, closure, and benefits realization

Examines the process of closing a project, auditing it once it is completed, analyzing its specific successes and failures if they exist, and achieving the benefits that were originally set out to be gained from the project.

  • Comprehensive workshop notes
  • Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea


Trainistics facilitators are experienced with a diverse set of academic and practical expertise. We believe that education of the future managers of Pakistan to be a highly important task. Who is better – to teach the art and science of management than those people who have firsthand, day-to-day experience?





1st floor, 35-B, Block A, HBFC Faisal Town, Lahore, Pakistan


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