Call for Applications for IPMA 2014 Project Management Achievement Awards


Reported by Kasia Pachuta in Kraków

31 March 2014 – Kraków, Poland and Zurich, Switzerland – The International Project Management Association (IPMA) has announced its Call for Applications for 2014 Project Management Achievement Awards.  Increase your visibility by applying for one of 4 categories that recognize extraordinary achievements on your projects and on an individual level.


Achievements in project management are recognized by IPMA in two categories — the Award for Internationally Funded Humanitarian Project and the Award for Community Service/Development Project.

These non-profit projects may be of any size or value, from either the public or private sector. A winning project will be one that demonstrates, through narratives and documentary evidence, excellence and/or innovation in the application of project management.

Individuals showing excellent performance in the field of project management are recognized in two other categories: Project Manager of the Year and Young Project Manager of the Year (age 18 -35). These Awards recognize the individuals who provide the most effective demonstration of their project management competence, no matter the scale, number or type of projects referenced.

Apply to receive:

  • international recognition of your achievement
  • possibility to learn more and make better projects in the future
  • an opportunity for sharing experience and networking

What steps you need to take:

  • submit your application free of charge
  • present your achievement to the international panel of judges
  • prepare yourself to participate in the IPMA World Congress in Rotterdam

DATES TO NOTE:     Application due date: 18th July 2014.

Download the Achievement Award application form and read more about the assessment process: http://ipma.ch/awards/achievement-awards/

For more information please visit: www.ipma.ch/awards or contact the IPMA Award Office at [email protected] or [email protected] .

Founded in 1965 and registered in Switzerland, the International Project Management Association (IPMA) was the world’s first project management professional organization. IPMA is an international federation of more than 50 national PM societies in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe and the Americas. IPMA offers an International Competence Baseline standard, a four-level project manager certification, expert seminars and global knowledge.  IPMA’s annual world congress is one of the most important meetings of the world’s project management experts and leaders each year.  The president of IPMA for 2013 is Prof Mladen Radujkovic.  Additional information about IPMA is available at www.ipma.ch