Awards

 

Key Dates

27 February 2017 Nominations open
1 June 2017 Nominations close
24 July 2017 Finalists announced
21 September 2017 Winners announced during Awards Dinner, Christchurch

 

The PMINZ Awards are an important part of the year, helping to enhance both the prestige and the credibility of the recipients and the profession. If you would like to nominate someone for these Awards, please complete one of the application forms below.

For the last seven years PMINZ has recognised and celebrated outstanding achievements in the project management profession in seven categories.  

  • Psoda Project of the Year 
    This award recognises both success of a project and the involved project team, for the superior performance and execution of exceptional project management.
    Application form for this award (Word)
     
  • Public Sector Project of the Year 
    This award recognises a successful public sector project and the involved project team, for the superior performance and execution of exceptional project management.
    Application form for this award (Word) 
     
  • Falcon Training Project Manager of the Year 
    This award recognises a project manager’s significant achievement or sustained performance, in the project management of a project or multiple projects where PMBOK® principles have been applied and demonstrated in the previous year.
    Application form for this award (Word)
     
  • Ara Institute of Canterbury Emerging Project Manager of the Year
    The Emerging Project Manager of the Year recognises rising talent – those individuals who, despite being in the early stages of their project management careers, are already demonstrating that they can make a difference to the project management profession and the companies and clients for whom they work.
    Application form for this award (Word)
     
  • Quest Apartment Hotels Volunteer of the Year
    This award recognises and honours a PMINZ member who has made a voluntary and significant contribution to Project Management.
    Application form for this award (Word)
     
  • Research Achievement Award 
    The purpose of this award is to recognise an individual who has advanced the concepts, knowledge, and/or practices of project management through professionally conducted and authored project management research. 
    Application form for this award (Word)
     
  • Project Plus Project Management Office (PMO) of the Year Award 
    This award recognises a Project, Programme or Portfolio Management Office (PMO) that has increased the success of their company’s projects/programmes.
    Application form for this award (Word)
     

Please note: Not all awards require PMI affiliation.

 

Awards Information Pack

For details of the entry criteria for the various Awards, and what information to include in your nomination, please read the PMINZ Awards Application Information Pack

Please contact the Awards Team at awards@pmi.org.nz (or contact Sarndra Flay, the awards lead on info@upshot.co.nz) if you have any questions about the process. While we can’t comment on your individual nomination throughout the judging process, we can help you put together your nomination, and make the process clear and transparent.

 

Submitting Your Award Nominations

Please send your completed nomination forms as a PDF file to awards@pmi.org.nz and info@upshot.co.nz.