Transforming How Work is Done


3 Ways Law Departments Can Improve Business Processes with Document Management Systems

According to the “12th Annual Law Department Operations Survey,” released last month, business process improvement is the leading current and expected challenge for corporate legal departments, followed closely by the need to stay abreast of law department technology. The survey produced by the Blickstein Group is created via an advisory board consisting of law department

What’s the Rationale for Your Technology Project?

There are typically one or several underlying reasons why organizations invest in and roll out new technology. Among these reasons could be typical business drivers such as increasing revenue, controlling costs, improving client responsiveness, or enabling worker mobility. The project rationale could stem from a single compelling event. For instance, an infamous data breach occurs

Achieving Adoption: Ideas for Keeping Users Productive and Engaged

I have participated in hundreds of technology adoption projects in my career and have seen first-hand that professionals — highly experienced in the good and bad of technology rollouts — consistently give limited attention to user adoption. Adoption tasks by my estimation typically occupy as little as 5-10% of most technology project plans. And those

4 Solutions to Challenges Identified in the 2019 ILTA Technology Survey: How Small Firms Can Gain a Competitive Advantage

ILTA this week released the full results of its 2019 Technology Survey which demonstrates how law firms continue to embrace IT behind other industries. Of the 537 respondents to this year’s survey, 2/3 are from firms 150 lawyers or less, with the results showing that legal digital transformation has now moved beyond the top AmLaw