MTN Ghana has won three awards at the maiden edition of the Project Management Excellence Awards held at Sogakope in the Volta Region by the Project Management Institute (PMI).

MTN Ghana won three awards in the following categories;

  • Project Management Organization of the Year
  • Telecom Company of the Year
  • Project Manager of the Year – Daniel Oppong-Koduah

The award ceremony was held after the institute’s annual National Project Management Conference which brought together technical experts, policy makers, technology researchers and industry giants from various industries to deliberate on the theme, ‘Transforming Businesses through Project Management and Digitalization.

Institutions and individuals that delivered project excellence and value solutions in all forms were awarded at the maiden edition of the Project Management Excellence Awards.

Project Management Excellence Awards
Daniel Oppong- Koduah, Manager Project Fibre Network adjudged Project Manager of the Year

Commenting on the awards, the Chief Executive Officer of MTN Ghana, Selorm Adadevoh, congratulated the MTN team for the awards. He said, “I am thrilled by the zeal of the team in ensuring all projects undertaken by MTN conforms to the global Project Management Standards. Congratulations for the accolades”.

Mr. William Tetteh who received the awards on behalf of MTN Ghana expressed appreciation to the institute for the awards. He said, “as a responsible organization, MTN ensures it always employ best practices in managing the various projects the organization undertakes. MTN has over the years invested in its staff with the requisite skills to adhere to international standards in executing all MTN Ghana projects.”

Project Management Excellence Awards
William Tetteh, Chief Capital Projects Officer, delivering acceptance speech after the awards

MTN won the Project Management Organization of the year for the consistency in employing good strategies and best Project Management practices for all its projects. MTN was adjudged Telecom Company of the Year for excellently managing its projects over the years without fail and Mr. Daniel Oppong-Koduah won the Project Manager of the Year for executing all projects within the stipulated time.

Project Management Institute is the world’s leading not-for-profit membership association for the project management profession. The PMI sets industry standards to conduct research and provides education, certification and professional exchange opportunities designed to strengthen and further establish the profession.

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