Announcing the 2019 Global BRM Community Excellence Award Winners
Each year, the global BRM community recognizes individual and organizational commitment to the BRM role, discipline, capability, and philosophy through our Global BRM Community Excellence Awards. Fellow members of the global BRM community nominated this year’s winners.
Please join us in congratulating the following winners for their achievements in advancing the BRM community:
2019 Executive Award
This award is for C-Level functions who have demonstrated extraordinary creativity, leadership, and great skill in supporting BRMs within their organization.
2019 Global Community Impact Award
This award is for an overall outstanding contribution to the BRM global community and discipline in the past year through sustained and varied output.
2019 BRM Coach/Trainer Award
This award is for BRM Coach/Trainer who contributed to an individual BRM or a BRM team’s success through coaching and/or education.
2019 Community of Interest Award
This award is for leading a global Community of Interest, encouraging member engagement, and further developing the BRM capability.
2019 BRM Team Award
This award is for BRM teams within organizations that are able to articulate value and impact on business purpose.
The Viridor Waste Management Team
TELUS Business Solutions
FPAC – US Department of Agriculture
EDWIN RODRIGUEZ PAZO
KAYLA GURGANUS MARVEL
2019 Trailblazer Award
This award is for individuals within organizations that are making an impact on global BRM adoption.
2019 Mentor Award
This award is for the BRM mentor who contributed to an individual BRM or a BRM team’s success.
2019 BRM Practitioner Award
This award is for an innovative initiative implemented in the past year, in an effort to help BRMs advance their leadership and impact on the world.
2019 Lifetime Achievement Award
This award is a celebration of an individual who has made a major impact on BRM, and on the world, throughout their career.
2019 Organization Award
This award is for organizations with a BRM capability that are able to articulate value and impact on business purpose.
University of North Texas System
The Arnie Award
Coined in 2016, the Arnie was named after its first recipient, Arnie Wetherill, for being the embodiment of an exemplary BRM and BRM Institute member. Recipients of the #BRMLegend Award receive the Arnie for going above and beyond to get involved at BRM Institute, assume leadership positions within their BRM practice, establish mentoring relationships with other BRMs, and set an example within the global BRM community.
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