The Project Governance and Controls Symposium (PGCS) is focused on expanding the knowledge of project, program, and portfolio management and governance in Australasia and rewarding excellence in research. This 'essay competition' is designed to encourage practitioners, academics, and students to creatively think about the challenges our profession faces, suggest innovative solutions and offer a platform for disseminating your ideas to a wide audience.
Runner-up, $300 prize: Dr. Raymond Young
Implementing Strategy through P3M and Benefits Management
♦ This is an open competition - anyone can participate.
♦ Final details for the 2018 competition will be published later.
♦ Essays of 2000 - 3000 words are required:
- Essays may have been written for other purposes (eg, coursework) but not published;
- Any innovative or interesting topic related to project governance and controls will be welcome.
♦ The winner will receive:
- The Walt Lipke Project Governance and Control Excellence Award (Perpetual Trophy);
- A $1000 cash prize;
- Complimentary attendance at PGCS 2018; and
- The opportunity to present your paper.
♦ The runner-up will receive:
- A $300 cash prize; and
- Complimentary attendance at PGCS 2018.
♦ All essays deemed of a sufficient standard will be considered for presentations and/or publication,
complimentary invitations to PGCS may be offered.
♦ Your essay must be of an interesting and/or thought-provoking nature that has project, program or portfolio
governance and/or control (or a related issue) as its central focus.
♦ All submissions must comply with the Terms and Conditions of Entry and include a signed Declaration.
♦ All submissions and correspondence to PGC.Symposium@defence.gov.au.
- Download - 2018 information coming soon.
- Download the Declaration (PDF format)
- Download the Declaration (Word format)
- All submissions and correspondence to PGC.Symposium@defence.gov.au