Propose Logistics Leader correctly
The Logistics Leader of the Year Award is the highest award of the Hall of Fame for non-members. How to correctly propose candidates or apply.
First of all, there is a basic question: Should a person be submitted for admission into the Logistics Hall of Fame or for the "Logistics Leader of the Year Award"?
There are two fundamental differences: In order to be considered for membership of the Logistics Hall of Fame, the achievement must firstly be permanent and secondly benefit a larger group of institutions beyond the boundaries of the own company itself. It must be a milestone in logistics.
The performance of a Logistics Leader, on the other hand, should be successful for one's own company or have set a current, highly regarded impulse that sets a trend for the industry.
A Logistics Leader can therefore also become a member of the Logistics Hall of Fame, if a performance is lasting.
The formalities for a Logistics Leader of the Year Award
- The Logistics Leader of the Year Award honors people. Concepts cannot be submitted.
- Individuals or groups of people can be proposed. For groups, information on each group member must be provided, as well as their contribution to the performance.
- It does not matter whether it is a proposal or an application, as this is treated confidentially and is not communicated to the committees or the public in the further decision-making process.
- A proposal should be short and cover a maximum of a one-pager. Work with bullet points in a structured way.
- Each proposal must be justified and verifiable.
- Proposals are free of charge and only possible on the Internet at www.logisticshalloffame.net.
- Only applications in English or German language are valid.
- Upload printable image material.
Structure your proposal and answer the key questions: questions: Who? What? When? Why?
Who is the person/group?
- A short tabular curriculum vitae with the most important positions as well as pictures of the person(s) are obligatory, as are the contact details.
- Describe the person's career in a maximum of three sentences: Early youth, education, professional background.
What has the person/group achieved and when?
- Put the achievement and the person in a nutshell with a catchy headline.
- Tell the story of the achievement in brief and the contribution the person made to it.
Why did the person deserve the Logistics Leader of the Year?
- Describe what the achievement has effected and what benefits the company or organization has gained from it. Above all, mention key figures.