MJLA SOLUTIONS is planning to organize a roundtable discussion in the last week of March 2015 of business leaders and managers on the role of strategic planning in the business success. The purpose of the discussion is to explore the effectiveness, relevance and limitations of strategic planning process and activities in the Pakistani context. It would provide an opportunity to business owners, industry leaders, academicians and experts to share their perspectives and generate new insights about this important topic.
MJLA SOLUTIONS organized a one-day workshop on 23rd January 2015 for senior leaders and managers from government and private sectors to share, deliberate, develop and learn insights, perspectives, strategies and solutions in relation to planning, procuring, delivering and managing PPP projects. The workshop provided a forum for candid and informed exchange of views about designing innovative PPP structures, engaging private sector partners, ensuring public value and good, streamlining the project for effective partnership, and managing relationships to avoid disputes and ensure execution success.
The workshop was divided into four (4) sessions of ninety (90) minutes each:
(a) Public Private partnership: The Best of Both Worlds?
(b) Due Diligence: What Needs to be Done? How to Do It?
(c) Procurement Process: Creating a Win-Win Model
(d) Walking a Tight Rope: Making it Happen
The workshop was attended by the Chairman, Punjab Education Foundation (PEF), the Managing Director, PEF, the Chief Executive Officer, Lahore Waste Management Company (LWMC), the Chief Financial officer, LWMC, Company Secretary, LWMC, the Chief Financial Officer, Punjab Saaf Pani Company (PSPC), Deputy Director, The Lahore Ring Road Authority, Manager Procurement, LWMC, Manager Procurement, PSPC, Legal Consultant, Punjab Sports Board Punjab, Senior Manager, The Bank of Punjab, Manager Public and Government Relations, Nestle Pakistan and Manager Planning,, Reliable Engineering (Pvt.) Limited.
MJLA SOLUTIONS organized a one-day learning workshop on 14 November 2014 at Avari Hotel, Lahore, for the senior leadership and management of government enterprises to share and discuss insights, perspectives, strategies and solutions about setting-up, building and managing a government enterprise to deliver practical results.
The workshop was divided into four (4) sessions of Ninety (90) minutes and covered the following topics:
The aim of the workshop was to provide a forum where the policy-makers, strategic leaders and senior managers working in government or government enterprises (especially chairpersons, directors, chief executive officers and chief operating officers) through presentations and dialogue explore the nature, limitations and advantages of various structures, their governance and management models, the leadership challenges of building and managing them, and the critical factors which impact their success.
The participants of the workshop included Head of Performance Monitoring Unit, CM Office, Punjab, the Chief Executive Officer of Lahore Waste Management Company, Managing Director, Punjab Health Foundation, Chief Operating Officer, Engineering and Consultancy Services Punjab, Director General, Punjab Information Technology Board, Joint Director, Punjab Information Technology Board, and Company Secretary & Legal Head, Lahore Waste Management Company.