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Welcome to the Green Giant blog where we'll be sharing our insights and advice to help your business grow. 
 
If you’ve ever heard of scope creep, you know of the importance to state the scope of a project as clearly as possible. Scope creep is defined as adding unauthorised additional functions or requirements within a project with the end result that the project either does not finish on time or within budget (usually both!). 
 
 
When you first started your business, you probably had to do everything. You got stuck in working on all the day-to-day details and kept everything in your head. As your business grows this has to change. If you keep running your growing business the same way as your small business, you are in danger of becoming the biggest bottle-neck for growth. You simply run out of time, energy and even brain space. 
 
 
To establish a successful supplier-client relationship it is important for the supplier to move beyond their role and to become a long-term trusted partner instead. 
 
How is that possible? Here at Green Giant Consulting, we believe there are many ways to prove how we can achieve this goal. 
 
Many businesses operate under the motto “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” and stick with existing systems for as long as humanly possible. Worrying about cost or organisational upheaval are probably the main factors for this behaviour on this text to edit it. 
 
Poor communication can derail the project at every stage of the project delivery life cycle. From uncertain goals and badly formulated requirements at the beginning of the project, to disenfranchised stakeholders, bad planning and completely missing the outcome of the project. Let’s have a look at what you can do to get this important part of your project right. What do you need to consider? 
 
Is your organisation focusing on the right projects that align with the company strategy and vision? Are you sure your scarce project resources are being deployed in the most effective way? 
 
 
How many times have you or your organisation embarked on a new project and it has failed in the later stages because some essential requirements have come to light that hadn't been captured? 
I previously wrote an article on my website and LinkedIn entitled ‘Be surprised at what you do‘ which is all about understanding what you or your business does in terms of processes and daily activities that are completed without thinking. 
We are living in a world where it has become so easy to connect with each other socially and within a business, but are we using it as effectively as we could? 
If you have a Project Management Office (PMO) within your organisation then knowing it is performing effectively is key to the business growth. 
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