CONSTANTINUS INTERNATIONAL AWARD celebrates 10-year anniversary - Gold goes for Canada
Thirty pioneering projects in management consulting and IT have been submitted to this year’s Constantinus International Award. Silver goes to Italy and China.
Vienna, October 12, 2022 – This year’s 11th Constantinus International Award, which took place online on October 12, celebrates pioneering projects in management consulting and IT from all around the world. The purpose of the yearly award, handed out by the International Council of Management Consulting Institutes (ICMCI), is to make forward-thinking consultants as well as their clients and projects more visible and to show their outstanding effort to further develop customer benefits. “After eleven years, this international award establishes itself as the forerunner in rewarding outstanding consulting projects. It shows that collaboration between consultant and client can lead to remarkable achievements,” says Alfred Harl, Chairman of the Constantinus International Award. This year, projects from Austria, Italy, Canada, Brazil, China, Slovenia, and Mongolia have been submitted.
This year’s Gold medal goes to Amistra from Canada. Their project to rebrand and rebuild nine municipalities after the 2030 coal shutdown in Canada for client South Saskatchewan Ready aims at helping regional leaders in restructuring the local economy. The first of two silver medals goes to Claudio Cocchi from Italy. The goal of the project for client Advanced Microwave Engineering srl is to mitigate the risk of accidents between moving vehicles and operators in logistic environments and productions sites. The second silver medal goes to Topduty Management Consulting Co., Ltd. from China for creating a corporate and cost management culture that is aligned with their client’s, FAW-Volkswagen Automobile Co., Ltd., 2025 strategy
All Winners for 2022:
Client: Advanced Microwave Engineering srl (A.M.E. srl)
Project: South Sask Ready-Sector Level Feasibility Study, Offsetting Clean Energy Transition Impacts on a Coal-Reliant Rural Economy
Participant: Claudio Cocchi
Client: Town of Sylvan Lake
Project: EGOPro cloud platform that processes the sensors data in the logistic-production work environments to maximize safety
Participant: Topduty Management Consulting Co., Ltd.
Client: FAW-Volkswagen Automobile Co., Ltd.
Project: Constructing Strategy Supportive Business Culture as an Engine Toward High Quality Development
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