This award is presented annually to an M.B.A. graduate who has developed an outstanding plan supporting the analysis and recommendations of an existing business and who has exhibited exceptional, original graduate-level work in Walden’s M.B.A. program.
Each academic year, the M.B.A. instructors who teach the capstone course will nominate M.B.A. program projects in the Outstanding Business Consultancy Plan category. These projects are reviewed by M.B.A. faculty members and a list of finalists is then selected. Based on the award selection criteria, the M.B.A. Awards committee will choose the recipient of the M.B.A. Program Project Award—Outstanding Business Consultancy Plan.
2013: Colin Mitchell–Project: The Sherwin-Williams Company
2012: Kimberly Hanrahan–Project: Customer Operations Analysis
2011: Melinda Jermison – Project: A Study with Recommendations for Success: A Look at a Global Conglomerate in the 21st Century
2010: Michael Genebach – Project: TATI