The Wideman Education Foundation (WEF) congratulates the e-Bike Revolution team on winning the 2015 Wideman Prize for Project Management Excellence!
The e-Bike Revolution team from the University of British Columbia (UBC), Vancouver campus demonstrated to the panel of nine judges their skill and leadership in planning and executing their project to the highest of standards. Working as a team, e-Bike Revolution partnered with OHM Cycles, an e-bike manufacturer based in Abbotsford, to hold a test drive event for the UBC community that had over 120 participants trying an e-bike – double the team’s original target.
Continue reading 2015 Wideman Prize Competition Winner: Team e-Bike Revolution
This year’s judges for the 2015 Wideman Prize Competition being held on April 11th, 2015 will include:
- Gary Lengyell
- Mike Dewing
- Hannah Yao
- Cesar Vasquez
- Schona Rae
- Maria Patten
- Ron Manson
- Mehran Jamshidi
- Ken Yeung
- Jette Helin
WEF would sincerely like to thank our competition judges for volunteering their time and efforts to help judge in the annual Wideman Prize Competition.
The Wideman Education Foundation is pleased to announce that Eileen Iverson will be the keynote speaker for the 2015 Wideman Prize Competition event!
Students competing in this year’s Wideman Prize Competition will hear Eileen deliver a lunchtime keynote presentation on:
- What qualities you need to be successful as a Project Manager in the public sector?
- What are employers looking for?
- Skills you need to be successful and how you can build your toolkit to complement these skills today to excel in an exciting career of Project Management.
Eileen Iverson is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt (LSSGB), holds a Diploma in Management Studies and Certification in Information Technology.
For the the sixth year, WEF will be hosting its annual Wideman Prize Competition in Project Management at SFU’s Surrey Campus on April 11, 2015.
Open to students enrolled in approved undergraduate project management courses, the competition requires participants to work in teams of 5 to select, initiate, plan and execute a real project. Continue reading 2015 Wideman Prize Competition in Project Management Scheduled for April 11th