• PMI PMO of the Year Award 2021

    • Winner

      • Moffitt Cancer Center Enterprise Project Management (EPM)

        Moffitt Cancer Center

        The Enterprise Project Management (EPM) team was formed in 2018 as a “bold move” to serve Moffitt Cancer Center as a central project management function in support of the organization’s strategic priorities. This move was an opportunity to standardize project management methodologies and approaches to serve large strategic and transformational initiatives across the system. Enterprise Project Management (EPM) is part of the Process & Project Management Office at Moffitt Cancer Center, where they provide services to ensure complex and significant projects are delivered through consistent framework, templates and methodology based on PMI foundation.

    • Finalists

      • American Hospital Association Enterprise PMO

        American Hospital Association

        The American Hospital Association’s (AHA) Enterprise PMO has been established to enable and accelerate the highest value transformational initiatives, leveraging best demonstrated practices and methods, for the benefit of the AHA and its hospital and health system members. The enterprise competency embraces a mindset that fosters organizational agility and collaboration, serves as the single source of truth for project stakeholders, and challenges the status quo, creating an environment that fosters innovation. The PMO’s success is evident in two COVID-19 related initiatives, the 100 million mask challenge and dynamic ventilator reserve. Both projects have been executed to address the supply chain needs to support hospitals and health systems in providing the best care for COVID-19 patients.

      • Sentara Healthcare Information Technology Program Management Office

        Sentara Healthcare

        For more than 130 years, Sentara has been a high-performing organization and leader in the healthcare landscape in pursuit of their mission to improve health every day. As part of that mission, Sentara has committed to creating a culture of innovation that encourages new ideas and cutting-edge technologies that will continue to provide high quality care. Sentara’s Information Technology Program Management Office (IT PMO) leadership took this commitment to heart and built from the ground up new structure and competency to support the transition of the Sentara IT division to a high performing organization through centralized project portfolio governance.

  • PMI Project of the Year Award 2021

    • Winner

      • U.S. Department of State, Diplomatic Security Service, Foreign Affairs Security Training Center (FASTC)

        General Services Administration in partnership with the U.S. Department of State

        The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) led a $426 million phased design and construction project for the U.S. Department of State (DOS) Diplomatic Security Service, Foreign Affairs Security Training Center (FASTC) in Virginia on time and on budget. The 1,350-acre campus consolidated 11 hard-skills training sites and opened in November 2019 as the nation’s largest provider of foreign affairs security training. A 10-year partnership between GSA and DOS solidified while planning and delivering a mission-critical facility for the Department’s security personnel, diplomats, foreign service officers and families trained to be safe in today’s overseas environment.

    • Finalists

      • DAMMAM 7 Supercomputer Project

        Solutions by STC

        Solutions by STC was selected by Saudi Aramco to deliver a groundbreaking supercomputer and data center revolutionizing the seismic survey data processing and imaging vital to its exploration. Called Dammam 7, the new supercomputer is ranked as the second highest-performing commercial computer in the world by Top 500. While Dammam 7 may see further and deeper under our earth than ever before, the team could not have foreseen the disruption to the project caused by the global Covid pandemic. While the pandemic created many obstacles and project challenges, the Solutions by STC team’s response and ability to deliver at the height of the pandemic was outstanding.

      • Savannah River Site Salt Waste Processing Facility Commissioning

        Parsons Corporation

        The commissioning of the Salt Waste Processing Facility (SWPF) completes the startup of the Department of Energy’s newest Hazard Category Nuclear Facility. The facility is the last major piece of the Savannah River Site liquid waste processing system. SWPF will process the majority of the site’s salt waste by separating the highly radioactive constituents for treatment via vitrification from the predominately low radioactivity salts, which will be treated for disposal on site. Removing this salt waste is a major step toward closing the Site’s 43 remaining high-level waste tanks and eliminating the most significant environmental risk to the region.

  • PMI Rising Leader Award 2021

    • Winners

      • Khalid Almarzouqi, PMP, PfMP, RMP

        Khalid Almarzouqi is a projects portfolio management professional, certified trainer, public speaker, youth mentor and a social media influencer from the Kingdom of Bahrain. He is PfMP, PMP, and PMI-RMP certified and holds an MBA in project management. Mr. Almarzouqi has delivered hundreds of workshops locally and regionally, focusing on leadership, youth development, creative thinking, and project management. Khalid’s passion for project management led him to become the youngest head of a PMO office at age 22. He later joined the Projects and Performance Management department at the Labor Fund and is currently the Director of Strategic Projects at the Prime Minister’s office in the Kingdom of Bahrain.

      • Nia Mallyn, MBA, PMP, CSM, A-CSM, CSP-SM, CSPO

        Nia Mallyn is a Senior IT Project Manager at CRH Americas and is a proven IT Project Management Professional experienced in the fields of insurance/reinsurance, financial federal institutions, telemarketing/communications, construction, and retail/wholesale. Nia has a strong understanding of existing business processes, providing cost effective technology solutions, and excelling through continuous learning. Over the years she has worked on several large implementation and integration projects with budgets up to $100M. Nia is certified in PMP, A-CSM, CSP- SM, CSM, CSPO and LSSGB and retains an MBA from the University of Georgia.

      • Sunday Eshomogie Okogie, MSc, PMP

        Sunday Okogie came across project management as a career in 2011 and has pursued it with a passion ever since. He began his career as a facilitator for a training institute in Nigeria, impacting the lives of local youth. In 2016, Sunday received a scholarship to pursue a master’s degree in Engineering in the UK. After graduation, he joined Rolls-Royce where he demonstrated his understanding of the global applicability of the PM body of knowledge. His most challenging and rewarding project to date is his current role: managing the introduction of two new manufacturing capabilities to extend the in-service life of the Rolls-Royce Trent-1000 intermediate pressure turbine blade by 25%. Once complete, this capability will allow customers to keep fleets flying longer and extend the blade’s mean time to repair.

  • PMI Eric Jenett Person of the Year Award 2021

    • Winners

      • Anatolii Savin, PfMP, PMP, M.S.P.M.

        Anatolii Savin holds a Master of Science in Project Management, is a Microsoft Certified Professional, a PMP, and the first PfMP in Ukraine. His project management systems have been implemented in 21 companies and he has trained more than 3,000 people in risk management, project planning, project documenting and other disciplines of project management. Mr. Savin is the developer of the KnowledgeMap, the PMP preparation system, a mentor for individuals preparing for the PMP exam, and an author of the Project Documentation Manual. Additionally, Anatolii is an active volunteer in the Ukrainian project management community and leads the Odessa Branch of the PMI Ukraine Chapter.

      • Dr. Michael G. O’Connor, PMP, PgMP

        Dr. Michael O’Connor was drawn into project management and PMI to help his teams deliver successful results, improve productivity, reduce cost, and shorten timelines while improving quality. He sees project management as a method to reduce roadblocks and keep team members focused on the work that matters. Today, Dr. O’Connor looks forward to adding Agile and Digitization into his team’s project management activities and learning more from PMI through PMI 4.0 and other resources so that he and his team continue to deliver the results their organization needs to be successful.

  • PMI Fellow Award 2021

    • Winners

      • Peter Monkhouse, PMP

        Peter Monkhouse is co-founder of NewGenP, providing consulting and training services to organizations focusing on the delivery strategy through products. Peter has actively led projects and project managers in multiple sectors for multinational organizations. Peter has taught over 6,000 students in Project Management at the University of Toronto and Ryerson University. Peter served on the PMI Board of Directors for six years and was the Chair in 2012, followed by serving for six years on the PMI Educational Foundation Board of Directors and was the Chair in 2018. Peter is the past president of the PMI Toronto Chapter.

      • Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez, PMP

        Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez is a thought leader, practitioner, and professor in project management. He is the author of the Harvard Business Review Project Management Handbook and four other books, and creator of concepts such as the Project Economy and the Project Manifesto. His research and global impact in modern management has been recognized by Thinkers50. A former Chairman of the Project Management Institute, Antonio is the founder of Projects&Co and co-founder of the Strategy Implementation Institute. Born in Madrid, Spain, and educated in Germany, Mexico, Italy, and the United States, Antonio is fluent in five languages and received his MBA from London Business School.

  • PMI Project Excellence Award 2021

    • Winners

      • Bosch Digital Instrument Cluster Software for Volvo

        Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions Pvt Ltd (RBEI)

        The team at Bosch was awarded this project by Volvo, who was looking to build a premium Instrument Cluster in a nonconventional way for their first fully electric car. The instrument cluster product included several state-of-the-art requirements in addition to meeting ASIL B Safety Requirements. In line with the design principle to have a truly modern, fun to drive experience in a pure electric vehicle, this full HD digital Instrument Cluster provides essential information in a user-convenient mode and seamlessly mirrors map and route guidance information from the infotainment system. The state-of-the-art safety solution ensures ASIL B standards are met, and that any functional safety fault is detected within a few milliseconds. The system attempts to recover and goes into a safe state, giving peace of mind to drivers knowing that they can trust this system to manage all driving information without any distractions.

      • Rakuten International Commercial Bank – Internet-only Bank Project (RICB project)

        Rakuten Bank and IBM Global Business Services

        In 2019, the government of Taiwan issued its first internet-only banking permits, aiming to bring innovation to the financial industry and create synergistic benefits with tech-empowered services. Japan’s leading e-commerce giant, the Rakuten Group, partnered with IBM on this banking system implementation which became Taiwan’s first internet-only bank. To tackle this first-of-its-kind project and meet Rakuten’s goal, IBM leveraged an MVP approach and PMO mechanism, performing 14 system integrations in one year. With 75% of the project’s timeline falling during COVID, the PMO team responded with agility and took control of the timeline. The RICB project launched in January 2021 and leads the financial innovation trend in Taiwan.

      • Thermo King Advancer

        Thermo King

        Thermo King® launched Advancer, a complete re-imagining of the transport refrigeration unit for the trailer market. The team focused on sustainability: creating a new, more efficient, greener cooling product that is manufactured with energy from 100% renewable sources. Advancer was a complex, high innovation NPD challenge that brought together many disciplines, involving a large cross-functional team of more than 100 people, guided by PMBOK® Guide principles. This effort was led by Design and Manufacturing teams co-located in Galway, Ireland - supported by Centers of Excellence in Bangalore, Minneapolis and Prague. By transforming transport refrigeration with Advancer, Thermo King is helping to move its parent company Trane Technologies closer to their Gigaton Challenge, reducing customers emissions by one gigaton by 2030.

  • PMI David I. Cleland Project Management Literature Award 2021

    • Winner

      • Organizational Project Management: Theory and Implementation

        by Nathalie Drouin, PhD, MBA, LL.B, Ralf Müller, DBA, MBA, PMP, and Shankar Sankaran PhD, MEng, BSc, PMP, CPEng

  • Donald S. Barrie Award 2021

    • Winners

      • Collaborative information integration for construction safety monitoring

      • Pin-Chao Liao, PhD, MSc, BE

  • PMIEF James R. Snyder Award 2021

    • Winner

      • Claudio Szwarcfiter, PhD, MSc, PgD, BSc

        Modeling and solving the tradeoff between project value and net present value

  • PMI Project Management Journal® Paper of the Year Award 2021

    • Winner

      • The Role of Social Media in Intrastakeholder Strategies to Influence Decision Making in a UK Infrastructure Megaproject: Crossrail2

        by Sunila Lobo and Agha Farhan Abid

  • PMI Linn Stuckenbruck Teaching Excellence Award 2021

    • Winner

      • Alejandro Romero-Torres, PhD, MSc, PMP, SPC