Let’s face it: Not every hour at work is created equal.
Client and case confidentiality is a key tenet of any law firm. The privilege of confidentiality fosters trust between attorneys and clients. Duties related to confidentiality, such as the attorney-client-privilege, assure clients are open and honest with their representation so lawyers can provide the best advice.
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There’s a productivity predator just under the surface—and it’s costing businesses tens of thousands of dollars in useless real estate expenditures, wasted meeting downtime, and poisoned brand reputation.
It’s likely that you already interact with digital signage on a daily basis. From touch screen menu kiosks at fast food restaurants to arrival and departures displays at the airport, digital signs have slowly replaced analog signs in a wide variety of public and private spaces. While the change has been constant and subtle, the effects on connectivity and communication have major potential for companies looking to improve engagement and foster a better work environment.
Time is money at law firms. It’s that simple.
The billable hour is a major part of the language of the legal profession. Your profitability as a law firm depends on how well you manage those billable hours. There are a number of critical factors to explore when tackling how to best measure and manage billable hours.
The end goal, though, is always the same: law firm profitability.
In this day and age, meeting management software is not just a nice-to-have, but a must for enterprise organizations—especially those that are wasting time and money, eroding productivity, and damaging morale as they cobble together solutions or scrape by on old, overbuilt meeting programs.
Stop wasting valuable time planning, hosting, and attending inefficient and ineffective meetings. Instead, let’s take a minute to explore why meeting management matters, the business benefits of meeting software, and what to look for when it comes time to make this strategic investment in your future.
No two software acquisitions are ever the same. The industry matures, new technologies bloom, and an enterprise’s requirements and conditions continually evolve. A decade ago, the process of purchasing a new enterprise software solution was long and arduous. Implementation was complex and costs were often prohibitive. Training and onboarding employees was costly and time consuming. ROI was viewed as a long-term goal.
At their best, meetings can help your company progress, learn, grow, and collaborate better. At their worst, they’re an inefficient waste of time and a drain on company resources. So how can you make sure meeting culture veers towards the more positive possibilities while side-stepping the all-too-common pitfalls? The solution to better meetings can change depending on the size, culture, and type of company in question, but there are some simple ways to figure out what your company needs to move forward with meetings.
As an IT professional, no one knows the potentially enormous undertaking of a new technology implementation better than you do. Whether you have steered the ship through one before or you have heard battle stories from colleagues in the IT field, you know that a tremendous amount of the company’s time, resources, and good will rides on the success of this solution.