It’s that time of year again! The 2016 TBM Awards are now open for nominations.
The TBM Awards honor pioneers in IT and finance that consistently demonstrate the business value IT delivers through the discipline of Technology Business Management (TBM). What does this mean exactly? The Selection Committee seeks to identify leaders and teams that have changed the value conversation around IT. Nominees drive organizational-wide innovation and establish roadmaps for future growth.
Reasons to Nominate
Nominating yourself, your team, or your peers gives the greater TBM community the benefit of hearing and learning from other unique experiences. Still need further convincing? Here are three reasons you should spend the next three minutes submitting a nomination:
1. Share Your Story
The TBM Council’s mission is to advance TBM through community collaboration and engagement. Members want to hear stories from their peers on where they found success and where they faced challenges. The awards create a platform for IT and finance leaders to share their journey. Finalists’ stories will be featured as case studies on tbmcouncil.org.
2. Honor Your Team
The TBM Awards is a great opportunity to let your team and/or management know that their work is not going unnoticed. Your organization is more efficient, effective, and strategic because of their work, so give them the recognition they deserve! All finalists will be featured on tbmcouncil.org and at the TBM Awards Ceremony on November 8, 2016.
3. Advance TBM
All nominees will be sent the KPMG TBM Proficiency Assessment to complete. The assessment is based on a set weighting of predetermined criteria for proficiency in TBM. Every assessment contributes unique insight and knowledge that is used in the continued development of TBM. Results from the assessment are kept confidential, but they are a core aspect of the evaluation criteria for this year’s TBM Awards winners, and will contribute to the 2016 TBM Proficiency Assessment Report. The report provides statistics and analysis on what organizations can do to progress their TBM journey.