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Welcome to the Green Giant blog where we'll be sharing our insights and advice to help your business grow. 
 
Employee communication platforms
According to the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, employee communication is an essential part of business. It is important to further employee trust in the company and crucial for improving employee engagement. Yet, many organisations still have no clear strategy to implement an effective communication platform for employees. 
 
Having the right company structure
When you first started your company, you were probably a one (wo)man band and as your business grew, you took on more people to share the workload. Your company structure developed. But is your current structure the right one for the growth you are planning for your company? 
 
Project evaluation for success
At the end of a project, it is very tempting to move straight onto the next one. It’s finished, it’s done, why dwell on it. But it is important to learn from finished projects whether that’s what went well or what could have gone better. 
 
Wouldn’t it be great if your business could consistently provide high quality services or products to your clients, ensuring high customer retention as well as reducing waste, lowering cost and improving employee morale? 
 
Using Data effectively
Are you making the most of your data? Nowadays, companies hold an awesome amount of data, but could your company be more effective at using it? on this text to edit it. 
 
Everyone would agree that unless something brings a benefit to a company it’s not really worth doing. Unfortunately, this philosophy is not always observed, especially when it comes to projects. Projects need to be aligned with your company strategy otherwise they are a waste of time and money. Here’s why. 
 
Is there a way to ensure that your business is run well, operates effectively and everyone knows what to do? Yes. The answer is a good set of policies and procedures. 
 
When you first started your business you probably chose your suppliers because they provided the best possible products and service for a price you could afford. And if they did a good enough job you most likely stuck with them. But are they the right suppliers to keep long-term? 
 
 
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. 
 
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