Award Winners

  • PMO of the Year Award 2018

    • Winner

      • Telstra: Capital Planning & Delivery

        In 2012, Telstra created the Capital Planning and Delivery (CP&D) function as a dedicated capability within the Finance and Strategy organization. Their purpose was clear – support the annual capital investment allocation, prioritization, and planning processes to better support investment programs & projects. Through strong project management practices and team work, they continue to roadmap and improve, including providing an executive dashboard and adjusting their PM framework to support multiple methodologies including Agile, waterfall, hybrid, and lean.

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        Telstra
    • Finalists

      • Triglav Group: Project Portfolio and Change Management Department

        Ten years in the making, the Triglav PMO has 7 key members, five of whom are PMP certified. Over the past years, they have taken on a key role in managing the strategic projects within the organization, including a change in processes that transformed them from a traditional functional organization to a digital customer-oriented organization. As they look into the future, digital transformation is on their radar, implementing projects that will make current tools and processes friendlier and simpler for their customer.

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        Triglav Group
      • Tacoma Public Schools: Enterprise Project Management Office

        Tacoma Public Schools EPMO serves the third largest school district in Washington State with approximately 30,000 students and 5,000 employees. Established five years ago, the EPMO currently has seven FTEs (PMs, Associate PM, BAs) who focus on continuous improvement within the district, communication of all project efforts, and embedding data-based practices in order to showcase benchmarks. Many public schools nationwide are seeking guidance and advice from Tacoma Public Schools on how to create and sustain an EPMO in public schools.

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        Tacoma Public Schools
  • PMI Project of the Year Award 2018

    • Winner

      • Project Legacy – Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System Replacement Medical Center Activation

        Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System

        Budget: US$616.36 million

        New Orleans, LA, USA

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    • Finalists

      • Horizonte 2

        Fibria Celulose S/A

        Budget: US$2.7 billion

        Três Lagoas, Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil

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      • McDonald’s Digital Acceleration

        McDonald’s Corporation

        Budget: US$164 million

        Oak Brook, IL, USA

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  • PMI Project Excellence Award 2018

    • Winners

      • Discharge Summary Program

        University Health Network

        Budget: CA$955,000

        TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA

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      • Savannah River Site D-Area Ash Project

        Savannah River Nuclear Solutions

        Budget: US$23.8 million

        AIKEN, SC, USA

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      • The National Training Programme for Emergency Medicine in Ireland

        The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland

        Budget: €325,000

        DUBLIN, IRELAND

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  • PMI Fellow Award 2018

    • Winners

      • Beth J. Ouellette, MBA, PMI-PBA, PMP, PgMP, PMI Fellow

      • Cynthia Snyder Dionisio, MBA, PMP, PMI Fellow

  • PMI Eric Jenett Project Management Excellence Award 2018

    • Winners

      • Randall L. Englund, MBA, BSEE, NPDP, CBM

      • Brian Williamson, FAPM, CFE, 6σ, ITIL Expert, PMI-ACP, PMI-PBA, PMI-RMP, PMI-SP, PMP, PgMP, PfMP

  • PMI Young Professional Award 2018

    • Winners

      • Vinod Kumar Paidakula, MBA, PMI-ACP, PMP, PgMP

      • Manwendra Singh, PRINCE 2, PMI-ACP, PMP

      • Bashair Aljubair, Eng, PMP

      • Cristian Soto, PMP

      • Tammy Ashraf, LIMC, PMI-ACP

      • Saad S. Hujran Alshahrani, B.Eng, PMP

      • Jake Nink

  • PMI David I. Cleland Project Management Literature Award 2018

    • Winner

      • Projects: A Very Short Introduction

        by Professor Andrew Davies, DPhil, MA, BA

  • PMI Research Achievement Award 2018

    • Winner

      • Dr. Mark Keil (Georgia State University, USA)

  • PMI Project Management Journal® Paper of the Year Award 2018

    • Winner

      • The Multivocality of Symbols: A Longitudinal Study of the Symbolic Dimensions of the High-Speed Train Megaproject (1995-2015)

        By Prof. Dr. Alfons H. van Marrewijk (VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

  • PMI Linn Stuckenbruck Teaching Excellence Award 2018

    • Winner

      • Avraham Shtub, PhD, PMP (Technion Israel Institute of Technology, Israel)