The annual PMINZ Awards help to enhance both the prestige and the credibility of the recipients and the profession.
PMINZ recognises and celebrates outstanding achievements in the New Zealand project management profession in the following categories:
- Project of the Year
This award recognises both success of a project and the involved project team, for the superior performance and execution of exceptional project management.
- Public Sector Project of the Year
This award recognises a sucessful public sector project and the involved project team, for the superior performance and execution of exceptional project management.
- Project Manager of the Year
This award recognises a project manager’s significant achievement or sustained performance, in the project management of a project or multiple projects where PMBOK® principles have been applied and demonstrated in the previous year.
- Emerging Project Manager of the Year
The Emerging Project Manager of the Year recognises rising talent – those individuals who, despite being in the early stages of their project management careers, are already demonstrating that they can make a difference to the project management profession and the companies and clients for whom they work.
- Volunteer of the Year
This award recognises and honours a PMINZ member who has made a voluntary significant contribution to the Project Management.
- Research Achievement
The purpose of this award is to recognise an individual who has advanced the concepts, knowledge, and/or practices of project management through professionally conducted and authored project management research.
- PMO of the Year
This award recognises a Project, Programme or Portfolio Management Office (PMO) that has increased the success of their company’s projects/programmes.
Nominate someone today. Applications can be found on the Conference website.
Read about the winners from previous years.