“Digital CEO” Category Recognises visionary leaders who champion digital transformation as a core business strategy, foster a culture of innovation and encourage cross-functional collaboration and partnerships.
Recognises leaders with foresight, experimentation and effective communication of digital transformation strategies.
Recognises leaders who drive digital adoption and innovation, leads and manage change transformation efforts and shape a digital-first culture while fostering stronger collaboration between tech teams and and non-tech teams.
Recognises leaders who transform business models and experiment with new tech, collaborate with start-ups and contribute to the developer community
Recognises leaders who design future-ready digital systems, lead software engineering teams and demonstrate deep tech expertise.
Recognises leaders of tech solutions providers who enable their team to communicate the product vision, co-innovate and find innovative solutions to complex tech challenges in partnership with government and private sector organisations
Recognises leaders of tech partners for formulating future-ready tech solutions, proposing versatile tech architectures, demonstrating domain expertise, and regularly contributing to industry research.
• No. of nominations received for the same category
• Substantiation of past awards for similar leadership achievements
• Notable leadership experiences provided by nominators
• Provision of comprehensive supplementary documentation to substantiate nomination
AWARD CEREMONY DATES
Yes, you can. One name per submission and you can nominate more than one person.
However, if it is a self-nomination, it is encouraged to get your peers or colleagues to submit a nomination for you.
No. There are no fees for participating and submitting a nomination for the Awards.
Nominations are now open and will close
Winners will be notified via email prior to the ceremony and the awards will be presented on the following dates in the following countries:
The award winners (for Singapore) will be announced to the public on 26th May on our official website (wahspark.com), a day after the private awards ceremony held on the 25th of May.
This will apply to the other countries, whereby public announcements are made the day after the ceremony.
We will seek the permission of all award winners to showcase their profile photos, name, title and organisation as award winners on our official website and official Linkedin post
All nominations are kept anonymous to nominees recipients, nominators may feel free to get in touch with their nominees to inform them of nominations made.
You can either fill it in the field provided on the nomination form or send it to over in PDF format to firstname.lastname@example.org
Nominations for different categories include key attributes of leadership qualities, nominators also are encouraged to cite supporting evidence of past projects, initiatives or working experiences they might have had with the nominee. Additionally, nominators are encouraged to cite past awards to support nominations. The judging and scoring criteria include: no. of nominations received by industry peers, quality of supporting evidence and past awards to support the nominee.
All award winners from Singapore will be announced to the public on 26th May on our official website (wahspark.com) the day after the private awards dinner, on the 25th of May.
The upcoming awards dinner on 25th of May will recognise only award winners from Singapore, nominations and judging for other countries are still ongoing, and awards presentations will be conducted in other countries at the later part of the year.
None at all, award winners are recognised solely based on merit. We will invite award winners for media (video, written and voice podcast) interviews to share about their leadership experiences. Interested award winners will be featured in subsequent case studies and interviews after consent has been given.