Accenture India has won the Guinness World Record title for creating the “Longest line of photographs” from a record-breaking number of 25,927 pictures across 3,786.56 meters depicting the year-long journey of my passion, Accenture’s employee engagement program in India.
Accenture’s my passion program aims to create an engaging work environment and encourage its people to bring their whole self to work. A unique program, my passion unites Accenture’s multi-talented diverse workforce to showcase their talent across various forms of arts and sports. The program witnessed spectacular participation – over 50,000 Accenture people came together to showcase their passion across 20 locations in India in a span of 11 months – and created an environment where people’s talents were recognized.
The theme of the photographs that won the Guinness World Records title was based on the epic journey of the myPassion program. The photographs depicted the extent of participation of Accenture’s people from across locations in India and stood as an amazing testimony of the true passion they bring to work.
The photographs were displayed at the Accenture Advanced Technology Center in Bengaluru and the entry was adjudicated by the Guinness World Records officials.