IT-IQ Office, November 2nd, 2017—
Celebrating our 10th anniversary made this event even more special, it was wonderful to get together with our old friends, and to make some new ones as well!
The event was well attended and the buzz of activity and conversation never ceased. It also featured presentations by our current President, Li Yang, and Max Wideman himself. This was an important reflection on the last 10 years as the board begins planning for another great 10 years of contributing to the development of emerging Project Managers.
We are delighted to announce that the 8th annual Wideman Prize competition is currently accepting applications.
The competition is open to all students enrolled at a post-secondary institution in BC. This year, the winning team will receive a cash prize of up to $2500 ($500/person) and will have the opportunity to build strong business contacts with project management professionals judging the competition, in addition to receiving a suite of other prizes.
We created the Wideman Prize competition to connect individuals to the world of project management. If you are interested in participating this year, have a look at our 2018 Wideman Prize Competition page for all the details.
For more information or to submit your application, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
WEF is proud to be apart of this year’s ProjectWorld*Business Analyst World conference in Vancouver, being held from Oct 30 to Nov 2, 2017 at the Vancouver Convention Centre – West.
Stop by our booth on Oct 30 and Oct 31st to collect your conference passport stamp and to chat with one of WEF’s Board members. We will be located in the exhibitor area.
A big thanks goes out to Diversified Communications Canada for generously providing our booth space, and for being a continued supporter of WEF.
To learn more about ProjectWorld*Business Analyst World Vancouver, visit: https://www.pmbaconferences.com/vancouver/home.html
The Wideman Education Foundation is excited to share the results of the 2017 Wideman Prize Competition – Ontario!
The event marked the first year WEF has expanded the Wideman Prize Competition beyond the province of BC, working in collaboration with PMI Toronto, to make the competition a success. The competition was led by the organizing committee, Osmary Torres, Ariel Saltz, Latif Hassanzay & Mitchell R. Fong from PMI Toronto.
View photos from the competition by clicking here, and don’t forgot to read more about the winning team’s abstract below!
Winning Team: “ICT and Technological Diversity”
Osmary Torres, Linda Vella, Dinos Kassianos, Leon Lam, Sanchit Sharma, R. Max Wideman, Lynn Shannon, Marc Blanchette and Bob Heggie