18 September 2020 | Woodbourne House
Manx Accountancy Awards judges represent the very best of the accredited professionals.
The Manx Accountancy Awards employ a two-stage judging process. Every entry will be reviewed by three members of, or advisors to, The Awards research team. From the whole entry, a list of shortlists from each category will be drawn up; then these shortlisted applicants will be judged by [anel of Judges. Judges will decide on the list of Semi-Finalist, Finalists including the winner, in each category.
The judges will be looking for evidence of quality, integrity, creativity, originality and overall excellence.
Our closely vetted panel comes together on the yearly judging day for lively debates on our hotly contested categories ensuring each entry is vetted against our strict criteria and high standards.
Entrants who are shortlisted or nominated for an award will be informed by email.
The judges will make an assessment of each nomination across the following areas:
IMPACT AND INNOVATION – Can demonstrate significant, positive and tangible impact on the organisation/team
EFFICIENCY – Understands the delivery of an efficient operation and can demonstrate how this has been achieved
COLLEAGUE ENGAGEMENT – Has created an environment/delivered an initiative that engages their people
CUSTOMER ENGAGEMENT – Understands customer needs and acts as the voice of the customer
COMMERCIALLY AWARE – Understands and contributes to the success of the business
PROCESS IMPROVEMENT – Can demonstrate a structured approach to improving processes
ROLE MODEL – Actively shares best practice to help others learn
DELIVERY – Performs against objectives
COMPLIANCE – Has the right set of controls and measures in place
The independent judging panel will be responsible for determining the Awards category winners between Friday, August 14th to September 18th for The Manx Accountancy Awards 2020.
The integity of the Manx Accoutancy Awards judging is paramount. All of the judges are highly qualified professionals with a proven track record in business management representing the very best of accredited professionals.
We have a number of lead judges who are all experts from across the profession.
Judges will score entries based on the judging criteria mentioned against each category.
A nine-point scale will be used where 1 = Exceptionally Poor (the lowest score), 2 = Poor, 3 = Weak, 4 = Low-Average, 5 = Average, 6 = High-Average, 7 = Strong / Good, 8 = Excellent, 9 = Exceptionally excellent (the highest score)
Scores will be averaged together to determine each entry’s overall score. The entry with the highest score each category is the category winner. Some judges may abstain from a category if they believe there is a conflict of interest. In which case, some categories may have more scores than others. In any case, the score overall score will be averaged.
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