Publish date: 2022-07-12 23:12:19 | Author: Edidiong Ikpoto | Source: punchng.com
Project Management Institute has announced two Nigerians as part of its third annual Future 50 list, which features 50 rising leaders using bold and innovative thinking to transform the world through notable projects.
Celebrated on the list are medical illustrator, Journal of Global Neurosurgery, Chidibiere Ibe; Shuttlers Metropolitan Mobility Co. Ltd co-founder, Damilola Olokesusi, and 48 other young rising leaders who are dedicated to forging a better tomorrow.
According to a statement, interim President and Chief Operating Officer at PMI, Michael DePrisco said, “In a world filled with rapid technological advances, demographic shifts, and the resulting complexities of globalisation, this year’s Future 50 list is a testament to how the next generation is driving change.
“These rising leaders exemplify our mission of making a difference around the world through projects, and we are proud to tell the story of their impact on society.”
This year’s Future 50 honorees were selected from hundreds of nominations submitted from around the world. The final list represents a full spectrum of regions, industries, and achievements in The Project Economy – one in which people have the skills and capabilities they need to turn ideas into reality.
While some honorees are Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification holders, others may not even describe themselves as project managers. What unites the Future 50 honorees is their commitment to projects, and their positive impact today and tomorrow.
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