How many times have you saved a file, and had the system shut down or power run out, creating a moment of flat panic. At our firm we have automated back up on our systems, use SharePoint for version control and an online back up service as well. However at the weekend, I worked on [...]
Category Archive for 'Legal processes'
Yesterday I had a long lunch with a great friend of mine from Sweden. Over the years we have set up new companies together, skied the slopes of New England, seen our families grow together. We have also been through some ups and downs, but have always stayed in touch. We have one of those [...]
My mother used to chide me “Michael, self praise is no praise at all!”. When I congratulated myself on achieving something as a child; or if the truth be known, also as a adult. Well at the risk of invoking her comments from heaven, I will congratulate the team and myself on our first full [...]
Customized process mapping Posted in Process Mapping on Oct 27th, 2011 By the sheer number of tools out there, and symbols to chose from it would appear that having more to chose from is a good thing. It seems like it is everywhere else, more movies, songs, theatres, cars, boats, homes … you get [...]
Towards Perfection Posted in Project Management on Sep 29th, 2011 On occasions, I get to do some volunteer work in Prison. I visit a facility weekly in Massachusetts and have recently been running a Setting Goals program. There are always nuggets of wisdom that I come to expect come from these sessions; and this week [...]
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 [...]