PMINEO is seeking nominations for two special awards: 2014 Kerzner Award for Project Management Excellence and 2014 Kerzner Award for Project of the Year. The awards will be presented at our annual Kerzner dinner on January 21, 2015.
The Project Management Excellence Award recognizes and honors an individual demonstrating significant contributions and continual commitment to the project management profession; enhancing project management concepts, practices and techniques.
The Project of the Year Award recognizes and honors the premier project in the Northeast Ohio area for the year, taking into account the use of project management principles, particularly the PMBOK in the planning, design, and implementation of the project.
All nominators must have personal knowledge of why the individual or project is being nominated.
All nominations MUST be received by November 14, 2014. The nomination committee will review all nominations and notify nominators of their decision by mid-December.
You can find the nomination form for both Kerzner Awards on the PMINEO website at www.pmineo.org by selecting the "Community Services" tab and then "Published Articles". You can also find the Project Management Excellence Award Nomination Form linked here and the Project of the Year Award Nomination Form linked here.
The Kerzner Award for Project Management Excellence- Any individual who has significant project/program/portfolio management responsibility within their company and who has shown leadership in advancing the project management profession is eligible for this award. Note this is not a one project or one year award. It is awarded for continuously exemplifying the characteristics of a strong, effective project manager throughout their career. This person would have shown an ongoing commitment to the standards, goals and practices of project management.
The nominee does not need to be a member of PMI. However, the project management work leading to their nomination must be done by, or for, a Northeastern Ohio company or organization. This may be a for-profit or non-profit organization.
The Kerzner Award for Project of the Year– Any project completed in Northeast Ohio during the 2014 calendar year. Whereas the Kerzner Award for Project Management Excellence is based on the individual’s contribution to project management, the Kerzner Award for Project of the Year is based on the Northeast Ohio project of most significance and may be presented to one individual or a group of individuals.
The project does not need to be affiliated to anyone who is a PMI member, nor managed by a PMP. If the winning project is deemed to be qualified for the PMI project of the year and competitive at that level, it may be submitted to the PMI nomination process by the chapter. The individual(s) receiving the Project of the Year award will be asked to present their project at a subsequent spring chapter meeting.