Project Management News from Australia and the World July 17th 2019

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Here at Your Project Manager we consider it our job to keep on top of all that is project management not just here in Queensland and Australia, but also worldwide. Just like others across all walks of life, we have our favourite online project management resources which help us to keep abreast of all the latest news, views, and advances in our sphere of expertise.

In the same way that you and your business use market knowledge to keep ahead of your competition, so it helps us to maintain the leading position of project management advice and on-site training.

Here are just a few of the things that we’ve found of most interest over the last few days and that we feel might be of interest to you, too:

·      Rio Tinto Faces Delays, Added Costs for Big Copper-Mine Project

Oyu Tolgoi is Rio Tinto’s biggest new investment after management completed a major expansion in Australian iron-ore production. It reflects a big shift in global

·      Australian banks, IBM to test retail financing by blockchain

Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Westpac Banking Corp and Australia and New … Though the project is a trial, it represents a step toward banks and clients .

·      Adani Group Addresses Criticism Over Carmichael Mine Project

Carmichael would be the biggest coal mine in Australia. … mine site in June 2019, based on its groundwater dependent ecosystem management plan (GDEMP

·      Billions spent on Murray-Darling water infrastructure, here’s the result

… as Australia grapples with the management of an extraordinary complex natural … available data for every irrigation efficiency project funded across the basin.

·      Australia’s first offshore wind project moves forward with labour market …

Australia’s first offshore wind project moves forward with labour market study … by the Danish fund management company Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners .

·      Australia urged to invest in recycling manufacturing after Indonesia …

Shmigel said one major project could be enough to make a difference to the … The assistant minister for waste reduction and environmental management

·      End date nears for Opal Tower works

Structural works on Sydney’s damaged Opal Tower are due to be finished at the end of July – more than six months after cracks were found in the building.

·      Technology alliance to harness AI on major construction projects

The AI alliance aims to bring a new paradigm of data-driven project management to better manage construction projects of any kind all over the world.

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