ICMCI promotes outstanding consulting projects
The dynamic branch of management consulting is an important sparring partner for businesses and entrepreneurs - especially, when precise expertise and efficient implementation of measures are in demand. “Naturally, the quality of the consulting sector relies heavily on the innovative strengths of the consultants themselves. This is why ICMCI has initiated the Constantinus International Award in order to give a prominent stage to all the excellent accomplishments of the branch”, states ICMCI Chair Aneeta Madhok,
The primary objective of establishing this award is the promotion of the consulting sector in general as well as of individual outstanding consulting projects not only nationally, but on a global scale. The Constantinus International Award should also serve as a platform for international cooperation in the field. For the nominees, this award will figure an important tool for strengthening the client-consultant-relationship through the celebration of successful joint endeavours in addition to raising the international recognition of their projects.
Six National Institutes participate in the first run
Six national institutes (Austria, China, Taiwan, Norway, Hungary, Slovenia) followed the invitation of ICMCI and will participate in the first run of this award. Those institutes choose national projects, that they consider being worthy of the prize, as national nominees. After the participants have submitted their projects, an international and renowned jury then has the chance to evaluate these projects.
The period of submission to the Constantinus International Award starts on April 15, 2011. The medallists will be announced at the festive occasion of the ICMCI Biennial Congress in Taipei on October 6, 2011.