This Year's Recognized Programs

  • 2016 Program of the Year
  • 2016 World Class in Management
  • 2016 World Class in Planning
  • 2016 World Class in Customer Experience
  • 2016 World Class in Measurement
 
  • 2016 World Class in Management
  • 2016 World Class in Planning
  • 2016 World Class in Customer Experience
  • 2016 World Class in Measurement

 
 
  • 2016 World Class in Management
  • 2016 World Class in Planning
  • 2016 World Class in Customer Experience
  • 2016 World Class in Measurement  
  • 2016 World Class in Management
  • 2016 World Class in Customer Experience
  • 2016 World Class in Measurement
  

  • 2016 World Class in Management
  • 2016 World Class in Planning
  • 2016 World Class in Measurement


 
 
  • 2016 World Class in Customer Experience
  • 2016 World Class in Management

  • 2016 World Class in Management



  • 2016 World Class in Customer Experience
 


 
  • 2016 World Class Center - Dallas
 

  • 2016 World Class Center - Washington DC
 
 
 
  • 2016 World Class Center - Sydney
  • 2016 Innovation Award - Insight Ring
 
 
John Heiman
  • 2016 President's Service Award
  
Core Competency Curriculum Achieved
  • Michael Chase
  • Monica Stephansky
  • Lisa Duckrow
  • Stephanie Giacco
  • Kirsten Guise
  • Christy Jacobs
  • Suzanne McReynolds
  • Daria Puiulet
 
Advanced Competency Curriculum Achieved
  • Michael Chase
  • Debbie Christopher
  • Pamela Dukeshire
  • Lisa Letts
  • Darby Mason-Werner
  • Stacey Milligan
  • Kathleen Redd
  • David Rogers
  • David Sandal
Two things must happen in order for those submitting to achieve recognition as World Class in a given category.

First, the program team must achieve World Class status according to the 'Characteristics of a World Class Briefing Program' document continually examined by the ABPM Advisory Board.

Second, the program team must demonstrate to the judges in their documentation that they have indeed achieved that World Class status. If both of the above was the case, jurors awarded a World Class award in that category.

Neither of those two things is easy, and not all programs who were candidates for these awards were recognized. For that reason, all of the programs that are recognized are to be congratulated.