Taxonomy Success of the Year – anything from the small-scale but important quick win, to the personal (for example, persuading a stakeholder to adopt the taxonomy in their business area), to a successful launch in a big project.
Taxonomy Practitioner of the Year – for example, someone who has gone the extra mile to support their organisation with taxonomies, or people who have contributed to wider taxonomy practice.
The winners will be announced in a special session on Day Two of Taxonomy Boot Camp London (Wednesday 16 October).
Last year’s winner of Taxonomy Practitioner of the Year was Tom Alexander of Cancer Research UK. Taxonomy Success ofthe Year was SAGE Research Methods Thesaurus, led by Alan Maloney & Martha Sedgwick, SAGE Publishing.
More information: http://www.taxonomybootcamp.com/London/2019/Awards.aspx