The Center for Business Practices (CBP) is now accepting nominations for the 2007 Project Management Office (PMO) of the Year Award.
by Site Staff
February 28, 2007
Havertown, Pa. — Feb. 28
The Center for Business Practices (CBP) is now accepting nominations for the 2007 Project Management Office
(PMO) of the Year Award.
The annual award, now in its second year, recognizes PMOs that demonstrate vision and acumen in implementing new ideas, methods and processes that lead to measurable improvements in project management and tangible results for organizations.
“Organizations increasingly rely on PMOs to help drive efficient project practices, productivity and innovation,” Jim Pennypacker, CBP director, said. “By formally recognizing the most successful PMOs, we identify role models for the rest of the industry to follow.”
There is no fee to enter the competition and all corporate, and government PMOs are eligible for nomination.
Nominations must be made by the director or manager of the PMO being nominated.