Working from Home (WFH) Appointment Overload

Working from Home WFH Appointment Overload

Some folks have noticed since moving to work from home in the last year, an overwhelming number of appointments are being scheduled on your calendar. Topics that could have been discussed while popping into a co-worker’s office are now eating away at the real estate on your calendar. Even as Covid begins to recede, at…

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Stop Firefighting and Start Planning

Stop Firefighting and Start Planning

There are many philosophies on how to organize yourself: HOW TO plan your week out, HOW TO manage emails, HOW TO prep for meetings, HOW TO make phone calls efficient, and the list goes on. Unfortunately, when you are busy, trying to develop a whole new method or system of organization is a daunting task.…

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Search Tips for iManage Work 10

There are several different ways to search in iManage. If you know detailed information about the document or case you need, you can enter that information directly into the search function’s fields. If you are looking for an exemplar or a starting point for a new document, start your search broad and then narrow as…

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REMEMBER THIS! Considerations for Data Consolidation

Remember This

Design: Make decisions on how you want your data to look in the future and work backward. Aim for the simplest possible post-consolidation environment. Limit the number of metadata fields available to ensure higher usage and less frustration. End users are more likely to use and appreciate a DMS that does not require a lot…

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Working From Home – Productive Yet?

Working From Home - Productive Yet?

While it does feel like we are in one of those Hollywood epidemic movies like Contagion or Outbreak, thank the stars it isn’t like World War Z! We are constantly being bombarded with facts and figures of the worst kind and how to stay safe and healthy in this new age of COVID-19. Many employers…

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How to Measure Project Success

Have you thought about how to define a project as a success or failure? Many times, we think of it in the simplest of terms as defined in the triple constraint: Was it completed on schedule? Did we remain within the initial budget? Was it delivered with a high level of quality? These can indeed…

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The value of training employees on new technologies

Law firms continue to increase spending on new technologies year after year.  An often-overlooked key component is training.  In order to maximize user adoption which ultimately impacts productivity employees need proper training.    What about new employees who come on board or additional modules that are purchased after the initial implementation? It is imperative to have a training program in place to accommodate these…

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