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New Zealand project management champions celebrated

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Bruce
13 September 2016

Celebrating success is important – it helps recognise great achievements and inspires people to deliver their best.
Project managers may not always feel they get the recognition they deserve for all their hard work and efforts, but thankfully that is exactly what the NZ Project Management Awards aim to achieve.
The awards, presented by the Project Management Institute of New Zealand (PMINZ), were announced in Auckland last week, as part of the annual New Zealand Project Management Conference.
We exhibited at the conference itself – it was an enjoyable two days with loads of great networking opportunities, informative talks and reunions with old friends.
The master classes and keynote speakers provided some excellent insights into the current state of project management and agile was front and centre.
However, the Project Management Awards were the highlight of the event.
Now in their eighth year, we believe these awards make an invaluable contribution to the New Zealand project management profession. They help to highlight the great work project managers do each day and are an incentive for everyone to lift their game.
We would like to extend our congratulations to all of the winners!
Here’s a full list of the New Zealand Project Management Awards winners:
Quest Serviced Apartments Volunteer of the Year
Mike Roberts – South Island Branch
Human Systems International Research Achievement Award
Dr Alice Yan Chang-Richards
Project Plus PMO of the Year
IAG NZ Enterprise PMO, Auckland
Entity Group Emerging Project Manager of the Year
Graeme Walker – Fonterra
Falcon Training Project Manager of the Year
Chris Jones – Meridian Energy
KPMG Public Sector Project of the Year
Geospatial Future Mode of Operation – Auckland Council
PMINZ Project of the Year
Cricket World Cup 2015 Overlay – Cricket World Cup 2015 Ltd
We are already looking forward to next year’s conference and awards in Christchurch!

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Written by Bruce Aylward
Bruce is Chief Everything Officer at Psoda and an award winning ICT leader. After starting life as a rocket scientist he created Psoda and has been taking the product to the world for over 10 years.

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