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Request for Proposals or RFPs

Project development with Global Partners

Request for Proposals RFP bidding requires that first, we select the projects we are interested into and then a team of project developers is needed to carefully develop a comprehensive project proposal. These proposals are then submitted to our partner agencies where project awards are then made. Project systems and overview of project parts are listed below. These are not necessarily the exact for each of the project we prepare, deliver, execute, and manage but these are the crucial parts of the methods utilized in majority of the global project schemes.

Our projects are prepared with state of the art technology and with the best professional talent available anywhere in the world. Therefore, when you choose Menecracy for the development and implementation of projects, you are making the wise decision for best output fitted with sustainable outcomes. Following are the integral part of any project, requiring individuals being specialists in each of the unit listed here. (if you are a project developers and available for association and or freelancing, please contact us for partnership opportunities).

  1. Understanding Projects and Project Management
  2. The Project Life Cycle (Exercise in Teambuilding)
  3. The Project Preparation and Analysis Process
  4. Understanding the Project Analysis Report
  5. Structuring the Project Organization
  6. Alternative Organizational Structures
  7. Structuring the Project Charter for Success
  8. Building the Team
  9. Project Teambuilding Principles
  10. Leadership, Power, and Management Styles
  11. Communication and Motivation Strategies
  12. Meeting Management, Group Dynamics, and Problem Solving
  13. Conflict Management
  14. Using a Workshop Approach for Project Launch
  15. Preparing a Teambuilding Strategy Analyzing the Project Context
  16. Actors and Factors
  17. Refining Objectives, Scope, and Other Project Parameters
  18. Managing Projects Reviewing the Project Analysis Report and Refining Key Project Parameters
  19. Preparing the Product and Process Structures
  20. Comprehensive Responsibility Matrix, and Master Summary Schedule
  21. Preparing the Work Breakdown
  22. Preparing the Responsibility Matrix and the Master Summary Schedule
  23. Planning and Scheduling with the Critical Path Method
  24. Planning Tools and the Critical Path Method
  25. Scheduling and Allocating Resources with the Critical Path Method
  26. The Computer and Project Management
  27. Obtaining Management Approval and Support
  28. Getting and Maintaining Management Approval and Support
  29. Designing Control and Reporting Systems (Time, Cost, Resources, and Scope (Performance and Quality))
  30. Designing Control Systems
  31. Managing Changes in Scope (Deliverables) and Design (Configuration Management)
  32. Designing Reporting Systems
  33. Organizing Procurement
  34. Introduction to Procurement: Works, Services, and Goods
  35. Procurement of Works: Contract Types and Other Options
  36. Procurement of Works:
  37. Bidding, Evaluation, and Award
  38. Use of Consultants and Developing Terms of Reference
  39. Procurement of Services: Evaluation Criteria and Selection Procedures
  40. Procurement of Goods: Specifications and Evaluation Criteria
  41. Procurement of Goods: Evaluation and Award
  42. Construction Project Contracts for Civil Works
  43. Construction Project Procurement of Goods and Services
  44. Executing and Controlling the Work
  45. Managing Execution
  46. Managing Contracts
  47. Construction Project
  48. Training Projects
  49. Health Care Projects
  50. Democracy and
  51. Human Rights Projects
  52. Terminating the Project
  53. Terminating the Project
  54. Sample Project Evaluation Questionnaire
  55. Sample Session Evaluation Questionnaire
  56. Sample Action Plan Form
  57. Sample Follow-up Letter
  58. Sample Questionnaire
  59. License Agreement for Managing the Implementation of Development Projects

The World Bank, United Nations,  IMF, Development Banks, local governments and non-governmental donors  view project management as the analysis and implementation that takes place during the entire project life cycle, from the initial stages of project identification and appraisal through project monitoring and evaluation. Without effective management, projects and programs are unlikely to meet their time, cost, quality, and development objectives. Our project success is directly linked to the effectiveness of planning, monitoring, and control at each stage of the life cycle, requiring a broad range of functional skills including communication, planning, financial management, procurement, risk and schedule management, monitoring, evaluation, and quality and human resources management, among others.

These all skills and experience is the key to design and manage complex projects requiring multifunctional teams of analysts. , Then projects themselves are so diverse (educational curriculum development, resettlement of displaced populations, irrigation, highway construction, and so forth) that a single disciplinary expert is unable to handle them all. A team of experts with a set of project materials covering all the skills applied at the different stages of the project life cycle and tailored to the specificities of the various sectors, countries, and types of projects, is the scope of our project proposals. Therefore, we are interested in all types of project people with disregard to their previous experiences.

We will provide specific training pertaining to each individual project to our team members. All we require is that our associates must be willing, ready and having the capacity to intake new knowledge and instructions needed for the success of our project proposals.  Our trainings focus on project management during the implementation phase. Therefore, many of the basic tools and techniques we teach will be applicable to all stages of the project life cycle. Our internal trainings are conducted by the trainers with the possession of learning activities, which they delivered over many years at the World Bank Institute (formerly the Economic Development Institute). This is the process and the way in which we have high number of projects being successful with the RFPs to global agencies. We also provide training for project development, management and implementation to practitioners, government officials and students in developing countries. The modules we design are primarily for training of project managers in government ministries and corporations in developing countries who are responsible for overseeing the implementation of development projects such as those funded by government, by the World Bank, and by other multilateral or bilateral development agencies.

With this introduction, we are offering association and freelance work offer to anyone in possession of the listed skills and details in this catalogue. The joining process is simple and easy. You will not be required to take any exams, pay any fees, achieve certain number of scores in standardized tests, and or to approach us through some influential figure. The first step is that you prepare your resume / CV, a statement explains, and telling us why you think, you are a best fit with us. In this personal statement, you will also explain they type of work you have performed in the past. If you have no experience but possess required education, still you can qualify for the project manager/ associate position by writing and qualifying with your skills, motivation and enthusiasm. We strongly believe, if you have the will, your success is certain and eventually victory will be yours. We also believe that our image, brand and global position will provide you with an edge above the rest of the competition. Write to us, and do not hesitate to tell us your story. We are ready to hear from you. Please do so…