Teaching and communicating others about your processes might seem like a no brainer for most of us, yet many look at processes and employee training as separate items. If investment is made in developing and successfully documenting processes, it makes perfect sense to communicate those processes to those that need them. Training new staff, linking [...]
Category Archive for 'Law Processes'
Harvard Computing Group is pleased to announce the general availability of TaskMap 4.0.5, a minor update to the very successful release of TaskMap 4. We recommend that all current TaskMap 4 users update their copies of TaskMap to take advantage of this interim release. TaskMap 4.0.5 includes a number of fixes that will improve [...]
Connecting the dots Process maps can help with connecting the elements of your tasks in the process, and provide even more value as they are linked to supporting data for the practice. Benefits include: Show a precise definition of the task and outcomes Links to lower level supporting processes that may be required Definition of [...]
Familiarizing clients with legal processes One of the great fears of those making use of legal services is fear of the unknown. Not understanding procedures, what’s going to happen next, and projected outcomes all add to the confusion. Using process maps to demystify these processes can help dramatically, not just for the firm’s clients, but [...]
In recent months, we have seen a dramatic increase in interest from Law firms and practitioner in the use of Process Mapping and Process Improvement tools and systems. Having spent some time talking to these firms over this period it would seem somewhat of a trend is emerging. Background Many law firms are not new [...]