Wence Kutekwatekwa elected new Project Management Zimbabwe Board Chairman


Reported by Peter Banda in Harare

9 August 2014 – Harare, Zimbabwe – Project Management Zimbabwe (PMZ) has announced that Mining Engineer, PRINCE2 Practitioner & Project Management Consultant Mr Wence Kutekwatekwa has been elected the new Chairperson of the PROJECT MANAGEMENT ZIMBABWE Board, taking over from Banker Mr Felix Gwandekwande.

140809-pmwj26-banda-IMAGEMr Kutekwatekwa was elected in a closed board meeting by 7 out 9 members who were present on Friday 1 August 2014 in Harare.

Mr Kutekwatekwa and the new PMZ Board team will steer the institute from 2014 to 2017.

Wence profiles himself as a flexible, distinctively motivated, innovative and entrepreneurial mining professional, interested in challenging responsibility in executive management in mining and related businesses. Skills cover mining production, planning and technical, project, programme and portfolio management, organisational development, marketing and executive management.

Mr. Kutekwatekwa believes in the enlightened shareholder value approach to corporate governance, which integrates long-term interests of all the other stakeholders of the organisation. With a track record of corporate and functional strategy formulation and implementation and team development, he enjoys leading as well as being led to achieve results.

Project Management Zimbabwe (PMZ – Project Management Institute of Zimbabwe) is Zimbabwe’s largest Association of Project Managers, with a membership base of over 1000. The institute has a mandate of policing the elevation of project management standards nationally through mentorship and membership services programmes. For information, visit www.pmiz.org.zw or email: [email protected].

Source: Project Management Zimbabwe