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Judging panel & criteria

Judging panel & criteria

Meet the KPMG Global Judging Panel and learn how your submission will be scored.

Meet the KPMG Global Judging Panel and learn how your submission will be scored.

Judging process and panel

The concepts generated during the local Ideation Workshop stage of the competition will be judged by a local judging panel from both KPMG and your university. They will be scoring your submissions based on four judging criteria with the best idea per university going forward to the KPMG Global Judging Panel.

The Global Judging Panel will use the same criteria, but this time your submission will be judged alongside the top ideas from teams at other participating universities. The top two teams will go forward to the co-development weekend.

The KPMG experts below make up the 2018 Global Judging Panel:
Anthony Coops, Head of Lighthouse, KPMG Australia
Achim Schlosser, KPMG Lighthouse EMA Program Lead, KPMG in Germany
Brad Fisher, Head of Lighthouse, KPMG in the United States
Cliff Justice, Cognitive Automation Lead, KPMG in the United States
Prof. Dr. Sander Klous, Head of Data & Analytics, KPMG in the Netherlands
Thomas Erwin, Partner in Lighthouse, KPMG in Germany


Judging criteria

The judges score each submission based on four criteria:

Creativity / Innovation (5 points)
Is your idea creative / innovative?
Presentation (5 points)
Did you present your idea in a compelling, simple, impactful and business-orientated way?
Feasibility (5 points)
Is the idea feasible and have practical considerations for success been taken into account?
Business Impact (10 points)
Does this idea have a real business impact and have you articulated this in a meaningful way?

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