\”‘German project Excellence Award 2009’ goes to the airport Munich Nuremberg Germany’s best project management comes from Bavaria: A team of Flughafen Munchen GmbH has the price of German project Excellence Award 2009\” won an award with the GPM Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Projektmanagement e.V. Association \” Top project management features. Still, the GPM nominated the project of a team from the technology company Siemens AG. These two successful teams show what the economy can achieve with professional project management, \”said GPM Board Raimo Hubner at the award ceremony on October 14, 2009 in Berlin, some 650 guests came together to the. With their price German project Excellence Award\”, the GPM distinguishes the nationwide project teams annually since 1997. In the professional world of project management, this award has a meaning similar to that of the Oscar\”of the Academy of motion picture arts and Sciences for the film industry. The winning team of Flughafen Munchen GmbH (FMG) had a complicated task to deal with. Project Manager Claudia Donig it harmonised the project management in the enterprise and made professional project work.
We have reached that our five hundred projects staff work in the future according to uniform methods and there is less friction losses,\”said Claudia Donig, for we have initially identified what successful methods already working in areas such as construction, IT and product development. In the second step we have developed a common understanding of project management within the group, integrated into the successful methods and anchored in many ways in our Organization.\” So the team in its three-year project including process models and AIDS has developed, adapted to the Group’s own training concept, expanded career opportunities in project management and launched a competition for project teams of Flughafen Munchen GmbH in the life. Claudia Donigs team was supported by experts parameta project consulting (Erding). According to experts, such a project will only succeed if the staff of the projects themselves and win for the changes.
Wanted to prescribe any new methods for projects of our colleagues, we together bring about a cultural change in the group with them”, Claudia Donig explained their objectives. Just this successful change the jury, as she praised the project team the prize German project Excellence Award 2009 “said: the team have won employees that the projects were initially skeptical, as supporters. The project management at the airport had been significantly professionalized and wisely used the methods of change management. Another jury praise: the highly dedicated project manager brought the entire Flughafen Munchen GmbH behind their project up to the top of the company. So Dr. Michael Kerkloh, CEO of FMG, specially to the award ceremony in Berlin, traveled to his success team to winning competition congratulate. This gesture shows once more the support of the Board for the project”GPM Hubner emphasised CEO Raimo.
With a technical project the team by Siemens AG to the competition for the prize German project Excellence Award 2009 was “lined up. The Munich-based technology company participated in the construction of a subway in Kaohsiung, Taiwan’s second largest city. Our project involved the supply of 42 trains, the installation of signal systems, the traction current supply and overarching project management and system integration”, Kurt Schober, Director of the award-winning project reported. As a challenge this project called Kurt Schober among other things cooperation with a comparatively inexperienced customer, the climatic conditions on site as well as the recruitment and training of local specialists. Added to this was: A tunnel collapse threw back the project schedule to 24 months. Despite this delay, the Siemens team could hold the stipulated delivery date.
The jury was among other things, the sovereign planning and control this difficult project. The jury were impressed by the intercultural competence of the teams, as well as the high level of satisfaction of the customers. The candidates for the prize German project Excellence Award”imagine a comprehensive review process and disclose their project files for this. 22 criteria the projects be checked thoroughly as Reinhard Kniest, project manager of the competition, on behalf for the award Office reported. With the competition we want to uncover excellent projects in Germany or German companies”, he said, we want to learn from these experts.” Also the Association wants introduce further project management as important competence of the economy. The results of this year’s competition “prove the benefits can pull the economy out of project management, Raimo added Hubner. GPM German Association for project management The GPM is the leading professional association for project management in Germany. With currently more than 5,300 members and The GPM is the largest network of project management professionals on the European continent 280 corporate members from all sectors of the economy, universities and public institutions. The primary target of 1979 founded GPM is to promote the application of project management in Germany, to develop, to systematize, standardize and redistribute. Read more at contact GPM Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Projektmanagement e. V.
X3.NET committed as daughter of the HMM Germany in the bvitg of the Federal Association of health IT, bvitg e.V., represents the leading IT providers in the health care sector. Now, even the X3.Net GmbH on the accession of its parent company, HMM Germany, is active in the bvitg. The X3.Net GmbH operates the health network X3.Net. Using the X3.Net, the industry partners exchanging documents and information on digital way with each other. The basis for the data transfer is the developed by X3.Net GmbH and already established in the field of supply management X 3 standard. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Jeff Gennette.
The X3.Net GmbH hopes from the commitment in the bvitg a lively exchange of information as well as a successful cooperation with other organisations in the health sector. We want to be perceived in this way as a partner over the sectors and appreciate cooperation partner, with which we can design new products, as Ulf of Gores, Division Manager of X3.Net GmbH. our aim is precisely the existing specialized process to align our products.” In addition, the X3.Net is the bvitg as neutral interests towards politics and self-government. We would like, together with the Association and the members to participate in the public infrastructure through standardization and establishment of common interfaces, so Gores. The bvitg 2011 emerged from the merger of the VDAP e.V. with the VHitG E.v.. Outside is the Association of binding partner to the public, who accompanied the design of industry-relevant regulations and constructively in discussions brings.
Annual Member meeting with large agenda and harmonious history of Neu-Ulm – Board, members and friends of the non-profit association Monarchis Hilf met in the pre-Christmas decorated premises of Monarchis real estate to the official annual general meeting. In addition to the usual rules and regulations according to law, the election of the Chief Executive Officer was the most important item of the agenda of the event. Be pursued exclusively and directly charitable, registered association “Monarchis Hilf”, has made the support of economically and socially distressed children and young people in Germany and Europe to the task. The purposes of the Association are mainly financed by donations. The membership is open to all interested natural or legal persons who are willing to support the charitable goals of statutes of the Association. For the fifth held on November 23 at 20:00 in the premises of the Monarchis company of Grundbesitz mbH in Edisonallee 1-3 in Neu-Ulm General Assembly of the Association had gathered, including the society’s Council, 25 members and friends in the pre-Christmas decorated meeting room.
The Acting Chairman fr. Alfred Tonnis welcomed those present and introduced by the regulations: report of the Executive Board, the Treasurer Thomas McCulloch and the auditor Michael Dachsel. The unanimous relief of the Board was the logical consequence as a result of the Immaculate Club leadership in all areas. Mathilde Maier, Chairman of the Forderkreis for intensive care kinder Ulm E.v., who had received a donation in the amount of 500 euros on December 23, 2008 by Monarchis Hilf reported that this amount was the basis for the purchase of a new baby emergency vehicle “Baby Muck” in connection with the use of the funds. Father Alfred Tonnis noted that reported in the press a lot about negative things in the society would, but less about volunteering, as it would, for example, by Mathilde Maier or Monarchis Hilf and many of the other small positive things. As already known in advance of the General Assembly, father provided Tonnis resigned as Chairman of the Club due to his various engagements. Pages of the Club’s management they sought therefore in advance already a possible successor for Chairman of the Board. Pastor Thomas Greiner of the peace Church in the Wiley, Neu-Ulm, could be won as a candidate.
Pastor Thomas Greiner briefly introduced himself and the Evangelical Free Church community (Baptists) and gave an overview of the work of the Church, as well as various activities, and referred to the as one of many examples “Winter playground”, in the children until games are offered three years to the cold season in the premises of the Church of peace. The election of the Chairman of the Board, Pastor Thomas Greiner, was unanimously; He accepted the election. The official General Assembly ended after the completion of all agenda items. More information under: and the only and be pursued directly charitable, registered association ‘ Monarchis Hilf’, the support of economically and socially distressed children and young people in Germany and Europe has made to the task. The purposes of the Association are mainly financed by donations. The membership is open to all interested natural or legal persons who are willing to support the charitable goals of statutes of the Association.