Finalists - Contribution to Project Management: Not-for-Profit Award 2022
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Open to all not-for-profit organisations across the globe committed to excellence in project delivery and the improvement and development of the project management profession.
We think it’s crucial that whatever their size, structure or industry, organisations should be rewarded for leaving a positive legacy for the project profession and project management practice.
The contribution to project management: not-for-profit category is for organisations that have a project and/or programme portfolio and are operating on a not-for-profit basis (such as charities, associations, governing bodies, social enterprises and local government.
Judges are looking for organisations who want to stand out in two ways; firstly, by committing to positive and meaningful progression of the project profession (which may include the development of project professionals and knowledge/best practice sharing) and secondly, by delivering excellence in project management practice (demonstrated by a positive and measurable impact from projects and/or programmes that they have managed and/or delivered).
We require entrants to all contribution to project management categories to produce a submission of up to 3,000 words detailing how they have met the judging criteria. Entrants may also submit up to four supporting images or graphics only (no text apart from captions). Video and audio is not accepted as part of the submission.
The contribution to project management categories all consist of two stages, the first stage is the written submission mentioned above and the second stage requires all finalists to present virtually to a panel of judges. They are open to organisations across all sectors globally.
Congratulations to all our finalists listed in this category below ...
PROJECT: Defence Equipment & Support
ENTERED BY: Paul Morgan, Defence Equipment & Support
Defence Equipment and Support (DE&S) as a not-for-profit entity equips and supports the UK Armed Forces today and for the future managing an annual programme of work worth ~£ 11 billion, employing circa 12,000 people (~3000 in Project Delivery). To ensure taxpayer maximum benefit, a capable UK military, inspired individuals, and a great place to work, we fully commit to our teams and communities’ capability and growth. It is this strength and focus that allows us to continue to meet the challenging needs of our customer through robust project delivery methodologies, tools, and amazing people.
PROJECT: Scottish Social Services Council
ENTERED BY: Lesley Small, Scottish Social Services Council
In less than two years, the SSSC has created a high performing Programme Management Office that delivers tangible results and benefits which have transformed the way the SSSC manages projects and programmes. The PMO is committed to progressing the project profession and delivering excellence in project management practice and demonstrate positive and measure impact in all they do.