APM's search for the profession's finest is almost over
Posted by APM on 6th Jun 2016
The hunt for the profession’s finest project managers is almost over and the countdown is on.
There are just two weeks to go to submit your entry to the APM Project Management Awards 2016.
The awards offer project professionals the chance of being rewarded for their hard work in front of hundreds of peers and industry leaders at the awards dinner held at the prestigious London Hilton on Park Lane on the 7th November 2016.
Winners will be of the highest calibre, and will have demonstrated the invaluable contribution they have made in the various sectors of society.
Finalists and winners attract national publicity and receive a deserved career boost as a result, both at business and at individual level, increasing their reputation and competitive advantage within the industry.
The judges are looking for challenging, complex projects demonstrating the most effective use of project management techniques, the greatest results through innovation and lessons learned for the profession. They will be interested to see the positive contribution project professionals have made to the outcome of their project, programme or portfolio and discovering who has delivered the greatest benefit to their stakeholders. There is a broad choice of categories that provides an opportunity for every kind of project, programme and project professional, from any industry sector, the opportunity to enter.
The Awards dinner, which is this year being held at the London Hilton on Park Lane on the 7 November 2016, is known for being the most prestigious night in the project professional calendar. Winning a coveted APM Award on the night will be the highlight of any career. Details of how to book your place at this glamorous event will be available soon.
Need some inspiration and top tips from previous winners? Watch our APM Awards video for their advice on what makes a successful submission entry. Read the blog on how to win an APM Project Management Award.
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