Winner of the 2017 Project Management Institute of New Zealand Research Achievement Award.
Last night, at the Project Management Institute of New Zealand Awards (PMINZ) Ceremony in Christchurch, Gina Barlow was presented with the ‘PMINZ Research Achievement Award’ for her work on the 2017 KPMG Project Management Survey Thought Leadership campaign.
The purpose of this Award is to recognise an individual who has advanced the concepts, knowledge, and/or practices of project management through professionally conducted and authored project management research. We congratulate Gina.
Today Gina will speak at the PMINZ conference on the topic of ‘Driving Business Performance’ and what high performing organisations are doing to gain a competitive advantage.
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