changeconnect award 2015 | SA
change Sharing stories and acknowledging excellence is key to elevating the value and role of change management. With this in mind ChangeConnect will celebrate the best change management project in South Australia, in the inaugural ChangeConnect Award. All types of organisational change projects are encouraged to enter - whether transformational or incremental - we are looking for projects that have responded directly to the context, showed creative and sound techniques, tackled challenges and influenced stakeholders. In other words, projects with a story to tell and measurables to prove it.
Entry Entry into the award is online only. Visit www.changeconnect.org for all of the details and the entry form link. Nominations must be received by no later than 31 October 2015.
Announcement of the winning project The winner of the ChangeConnect Award 2015 will be judged on agreed criteria and awarded at the discretion of the ChangeConnect Award Judging Panel. Except for the acknowledgement of receipt of entries, request for more information and award notification, no correspondence will be entered into. The ChangeConnect Award will be formally announced at the ChangeConnect Hub on 3 December 2015 (details following).
Judging panel Chris Wood | Manager Human Resources, Organisational Development at Santos Ltd; and President SA Council at The Australian Human Resources Institute Erma Ranieri | Commissioner for Public Sector Employment, Government of South Australia James Carlopio | Director, JMJ Consulting Kate Thiele | Chief Executive Officer, Guide Dogs of South Australia Thomas Maak | Head of School, Management, University of South Australia Susan Stewart | Global Strategic Communications & Change, Woods Bagot; and ChangeConnect chair
Entry criteria Visit www.changeconnect.org for all entry criteria and eligibility requirements.
Entries close 31 October 2015
Sharing stories and acknowledging excellence is key to elevating the value and role of change management. The ChangeConnect Award celebrates...