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Results-based Management Workshop: How to design and implement project effectively (11-15 November 2019)

1700.00 EUR


Date: 11-15 November 2019

Training fee: 1700 EURO

Learning Objectives

Overall Objectives:

For the participants to improve the design, implementation and review of project or programme activities

Specific Objectives:

  • To gain, refresh and update knowledge and skills in utilizing project management tools and concepts for project or programme activities
  • To review on-going project implementation and develop improvement measures
  • To discuss individual project management issues specified by each participant

Expected Outputs

  • Updated or reviewed project or programme activity results chain and logframe
  • Updated or reviewed project results monitoring matrix
  • Project review using Capacity WORKS concept and selected tools
  • Draft agenda and draft moderation plan of an event under project or programme activities
  • Individual action points for further utilization of the tools and concept

Content / Topics

  • Sustainable development and results-based management concept
  • Logical Framework (LogFrame) approach and tools
  • Tools for situation analysis, strategic project planning and LogFrame usage
  • Project proposal writing and implementation & results reporting
  • Brief introduction to Capacity WORKS, a management model for cooperation management
  • Effective activity and workshop design
  • Results-based monitoring

Who should attend this workshop?

Project staff who want to improve the design, implementation and review of project or programme activities in an outcome-oriented way.


Vorathep Songpanya

is former Deputy Country Director of GIZ Malaysia & Thailand and director for Thai-German and Malaysian-German trilateral cooperation programs. He was the Head of the project support unit which covers PR, communications, knowledge management and acquisition works. He has over 20 years of working experiences in these fields in various sectors, both public and private sectors. He trains, coaches, advises and facilitates colleagues and partners on various topics. With his German-Thai cultural, educational and professional background, incl. studies in China and Japan, and extensive work experience in Southeast-Asia. Vorathep provides good practices from and for various contexts.  

Jiraluck Inwong

is Project Manager of Thai-German trilateral cooperation programs. She has experience in results-based project planning and management more than 5 years, in the field of agriculture, health, rural development, energy and vocational education. Moreover, she works also as trainer in Thailand and the region (Vietnam, Cambodia, Loas PDR and Timor Leste).