This paper illustrates the analysis of an intensive research in several books and organisational theories, exemplifies the nature of various organisational structures and how those structural mechanisms affect project management. To this end, suitable organisational characteristics to develop projects are identified and classify them into cultural and structural characteristics. These implicit characteristic inside organisations allow or hinder the achievement of projects. Definitions and clarifications from practical examples of project oriented organisation are differentiated with non-project oriented organisations. There will be suggestion of what may be the most suitable scenarios which Project Managers could obtain the maximum performance to achieve the organisational goals and with this, keep evolving the industry and managing changes to attend market needs.