Individual Student Paper of the
Year – Steven’s Institute of Technology
Team Student Paper of the Year – Rutgers
What makes a project successful?
How do real life teams take advantage of project management processes and
techniques to accomplish their goals? How do projects adjust to the
environment in which they operate, deal with unanticipated problems, and
take advantage of unexpected opportunities?
Project presentations by Yasser Suarez,
the PMINJ Individual Student Paper of the Year Award winner from Steven’s
Institute of Technology and the winning team of the 2010 PMINJ Team Student
Paper Award from Rutgers University; Lisa Duarte, Krzysztof Koldowski,
Rahul Patel, Christopher Snyder, and Kevin Webster will provide an interesting
insight into real life projects.
The winner of the 2010 PMINJ Individual
Student Paper, “Granulation Root Cause Analysis Project” was described
as impressive, with the paper demonstrating an excellent, overall knowledge
of project management. The winner of the 2010 PMINJ Team Student
Paper Award, "Western US Logistics Center: Project Strike Gold” was
ranked unanimously as the clear winner out of all the team papers, and
the paper presented a refreshing view that “it takes more than project
schedules to be successful and the social aspect of a program/project cannot
The meeting slides
can be downloaded.