Added incentive for APM Project Management Award winners announced
Posted by APM on 18th Oct 2010
APM have announced a brand new innovation for this years Project Management Awards recognising the nights ultimate winner.
Launched in 2009, the BNFL Award is awarded to the project or programme that has made an outstanding impact, recognising what can be achieved and the contribution the profession can make to society as a whole.
A great project or programme should leave a legacy that lasts far beyond its completion date. This is why the British Nuclear Fuels Ltd wanted to ensure a lasting legacy for the iconic BNFL brand by putting its name to an award before the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority took over its operations in 2009.
Using the existing judging process, the scores for the winner of each of the nights 7 practitioner categories will be compared, and the entrant with the highest average ranking amongst the judges will be declared the winner and announced on the night.
Recognising the best of the best will be the climax to the night and will keep all the winners on tenterhooks right through to the end. Said APM head of judges Graham Woodward, Its a great way for the industrys premier awards to end.
The APM Project Management Awards 2010 is being hosted by BBC Breakfasts Bill Turnbull on the 21st October 2010 at the Brewery Conference Centre, London. For tickets and more information about the finalists, click here.