Awards

Project Manager of the Year and Project of the Year Awards

Each year The Honolulu, Hawaii Chapter of the Project Management Institute (PMI) seeks to acknowledge Project Management (PM) professionals and PM organizations for outstanding performance in the field.  Nominations and awardees may come from any industry.

The call for nominations starts in the Fall and selection os winners is conducted by impartial Chapter Leaders and PM Professionals within PMI external to the Honolulu, Hawaii Chapter. The winners and runner-ups are announced at the PMI Honolulu, Hawaii Chapter Annual Dinner usually held in November.

All nominees as well as individuals who submit nominations receive a free invitation to the Annual Dinner to witness the presentation of awards and honor the winners.


 

Nominations for 2017 Project Manager of the Year & Project of the Year

(Submittal deadline October 6, 2017)

It’s time to recognize those that deserve our appreciation.  Please send in your 2017 nominations for Project Manager of the Year and for Project of the Year.  Nomination forms available here. 


Nomination Packet for Project Manager of the Year

Nomination Packet for Project of the Year.

Each of us knows at least one project manager that has demonstrated exemplary professional performance or knows of a project that deserves a high five.  Well, why not tell them so.  One of the best ways to do that is to nominate them for either Project Manager of the Year or Project of the Year.

Submit nominations on behalf or an organization OR submit them as an individual:  Some organizations award these designations within their own ranks and submit their winning nominees to our PMI awards process. That is a great way to recognize and promote project professionalism within the organization.  If your organization does not currently do so, you can establish a new trend and begin the process this year. Even if your organization does not sponsor an internal award process, you can always submit your nominations as an individual.

Mahalo!

Christian Ocasio Gonzalez, PMP
Professional Development Director