Finalists - Project Professional of the Year Award 2020

The Project Professional of the Year award recognises the professionals and specialists that have made a significant contribution to the outputs, outcomes and benefits of their project, programme or portfolio. They balance technical and management skills and focus team performance to deliver benefits to their client and other stakeholders.

Congratulations to the winner and all our finalists listed in this category below ...

  WINNER  

PROJECT: Theresa Sloan (Allianz Insurance PLC)

Theresa successfully led the Allianz Contact Centre International (CCI) Programme, from its inception nearly 3 years ago, transforming the telephony infrastructure and customer experience in Allianz UK for both our UK and India based teams.

This was the largest infrastructure programme to have been successfully delivered in the past five years at Allianz and was the first significant telephony upgrade since the original systems were introduced.

What stands her apart from others, is her role-model leadership and being able to mentor/coach a large programme/projects team, whilst balancing multiple stakeholders, 3rd parties, complex technical interdependencies. All whilst encouraging learning and innovation.

 

  FINALIST     

PROJECT: Ray Riley (Jacobs)

Ray's leadership of the integrated project team is characterised by his drive and work ethic, his one team approach to delivery and his sense of ownership of the programme. The SRP programme is widely regarded as a highly regarded programme within defence sector and the Jacobs organisation, the programme recognition and transformation from its early delivery phases can be clearly mapped to Rays arrival on the project and his drive to deliver on commitments safety, timely and on budget.


  FINALIST     

PROJECT: Sunday Okogie (Rolls-Royce PLC)

The entry comprises of details of my effort in advancing project management as a function within and outside my organization. Delivering projects and programmes whilst pushing the boundaries of standard ways of working and challenging engineering norms to deliver pioneering programmes on time, to cost and to quality.

This is increasingly important and would be even more crucial for us as an organization to survive and sustain our heritage in the current Covid-19 imposed financial hardship thumping the aviation sector where we operate.


  FINALIST  

PROJECT: Wojciech Szewczak (Ramboll UK)

The East Coast Digital Programme is UK’s first major deployment of digital signalling technologies, including European Train Control System and Traffic Management, which will transformation the East Coast Main Line and address the challenges of capacity constraints, as well as satisfying the need to improve journey times and performance.

As the Project Manager, I played an important role in defining, implementing and monitoring project management processes to ensure the successful delivery of the Change Management workstream.

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