In the course of the 2011 ICMCI Biennial Congress in Taipei the first Constantinus International Awared launched by ICMCI is bestowed.
The winners' projects show how important innovative consulting know-how is for sustainable growth and economic revival. "The outstanding projects submitted to the Constantinus International Award show that excellent consulting services have played an active role in forming the international economic landscape. The Constantinus International Award aims at providing the best of these projects an international forum and underline the high quality of consulting projects around the globe." states Anneeta Madhok, Chairperson of ICMCI (International Council of Management Consulting Institutes).
Six countries participated in the premier of this award (Austria, China, Hungary, Norway, Slovenia and Taiwan). Each country had the opportunity to nominate up to three projects. The outcome was a total of 13 national "best practice"-projects from all over the world submitted to the Constantinus International Award. Those projects were then presented to an international jury of professionals in the branch. This jury had the difficult task of evaluating these excellent projects and choosing "the best of the best". After a three-week-evaluation period, the winners were determined.
During the festive occassion of the gala dinner during the ICMCI Biennial Congress on October 6, 2011. The award was bestowed and the winners were celebrated.
For further information on the projects submitted in 2011 as well as the results, please see our Wall of Fame!