Young Project Manager of the Year Award

Young Project manager of the Year

The Young Project Manager of the Year Award is presented to recognise an individual who is under 30 years of age on 1 January 2014 and has exemplified superior performance and outstanding project management methods, skills and their important contributions in business, industry, government, community or not-for-profit environments.
  • NOTE (must be under 30 years as of 1st January 2014)
  • Provide some context to the nomination by describing the project that the nominee was managing. You may wish to include a brief summary of the scope, scale and status of the project when the nominee became involved. Max 500 words. Nominations may include up to 3 pages ( NOT exceeding 3 MB) of additional supporting information (such as photographs and charts) that may be used by the judges to assess the nomination.
  • What actions did the nominee perform, or changes that they implemented, that made a “significant positive difference to the outcome” for this project. Describe any specific project management concepts, techniques, practices, or theories that the nominee applied to the project. Max 500 words. Nominations may include up to 3 pages ( NOT exceeding 3 MB) of additional supporting information (such as photographs and charts) that may be used by the judges to assess the nomination.
  • How did the project’s stakeholders become aware of the significant contribution of the nominee? Max 500 words. Nominations may include up to 3 pages ( NOT exceeding 3 MB) of additional supporting information (such as photographs and charts) that may be used by the judges to assess the nomination.