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Thanks for joining us at the Digital Watercooler, we hope your year is going well!

Are you 'powering up' your project delivery in 2019? Our May edition includes the top 6 digital skills needed for project delivery, how much & where to spend your money on PM tech & some alternatives to MS Project. Once you've decided on your tech our Change Management Thought-Leader, Francesca Valli offers essential advice on the importance of getting the ‘mechanics of the delivery’ right to avoid the project-earthquakes that will inevitably strike.

Image of woman holding electricity cable above head4 ways to power up your project delivery in 2019 so that you can optimise your projects, deliver on-time & within budget & minimise project failures. By Hydra.

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Top 6 digital skills for project delivery Spiral of shiny binary code

A new report from PMI highlights the top six digital skills that are needed for project delivery – and they are all things that a PMO can and should be supporting. By Ten Six Consulting.

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Investing in PM Tech to grow your small business. By Capterra.

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5 project management software alternatives to MS Project Hand typing on modern laptop notebook computer with future graph icons and symbols

In the last few years many people have been searching for innovative ways to define, run & optimise their projects using alternative tools.  By Hydra.

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How to get 'the mechanics of the delivery' right.  Establishing delivery structures that can withstand the risks & issues that befall projects, the project-earthquakes that will inevitably strike. By Francesca Valli.

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