Become a pillar of productivity
Explore proven productivity tips for lawyers and legal departments
Everyone desires to be as productive as possible. However, your clients demand it. Today’s buyers of legal services are more selective than ever, and if you aren’t producing the desired results – in the desired timeframe – than they could turn elsewhere. That’s why it is imperative that you, your attorneys and all of the people in your law firm or legal department continually strive to be more productive.
Our white paper can help. In it, we explore:
- The difference between efficiency and effectiveness, and why the latter is so much more important (and challenging) to achieve
- Enterprise-wide approaches to productivity
- The types of tools and technology and that you can use to be more productive every day
- Better ways to manage tasks, information and documents
- How to avoid common productivity traps
- The risks of pushing your people too hard
- And more!
Centering in on greater legal productivity
Before you can begin implementing productivity improvements, it is important to identify where your inefficiencies lie. Is productivity being held back by a specific "pain point" – a broken process, bad software, the wrong person in the wrong role, etc. – or is it being hindered systemically, with "productivity leaks" occurring throughout your organization?
If the latter is the case, then you should consider taking a holistic approach to improving productivity. This approach typically starts by adopting, and committing to, a formal methodology, such as David Allen’s Getting Things Done. From there, you need to invest wisely – in your technology and your talent – in order to make enhanced productivity a reality. Our white paper can guide you through the process.