Awards 2017-04-07T07:01:39+00:00

IPMA Diversity in Project Management Award 2017

Award gala ceremony 10th of April in Maurick Castle, Vught, The Netherlands

IPMA International Project Management Association aims to honour with this new award extraordinary project managers, project teams and/or project organisations for their outstanding contribution for implementing Diversity in Project Management (DiPM).

With this DiPM award, IPMA rewards project managers, projects, project teams and/or project organisations that put diversity in project management to good practice by demonstrating excellence in diversity and inclusion in project management. Participation in the award is free for any interested project (management) organisation. Depending on the number of participants one or more award categories may be established by the award organization i.e. project manager, project, project team and/or project (management) organization.

Award application
IPMA is looking for parties who can demonstrate good practice in diversity in project management to come forward and participate in IPMA’s Diversity in Project Management award process. Applicants are invited to demonstrate in writing their level and way of application of good practices as demonstration of excellence in diversity and inclusion as success factor in project management related to the following 10 criteria of DiPM:

  1. Stimulation, recognition and addressing of diversity issues in project management;
  2. Leadership attention for promoting diversity & inclusion in project management;
  3. Level of inclusion (i.e. beyond Anglo Saxon male employment within project management);
  4. Diversity KPI’s and measurable benefits (which ones…?);
  5. Level of innovation: Have innovative approaches been applied, which have resulted in a step up
    from business as usual and delivered real benefits;
  6. Level of impact on diversity practices beyond immediate sphere of influence (i.e. outside the
    project or project team at hand);
  7. Level of sustainability: Will the applied diversity practice leave a lasting legacy and can it be
    replicated in other projects?
  8. Equal opportunity and reward;
  9. Attention for work/life balance;
  10. Good practices for inclusion (child care, handicapped facilities etc.)


Music by Kyle Winklaar and Guimar van der Weele’