Updates from QCD-Legal
Less paper anyone?
09 Nov, 2016
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Should you own your methods? we think you should.
Process as Property - Transforming Governance We do a lot of talking about method, and sometimes refer to this as process. Most professionals don’t want to believe anything they do is definable, could be graphically analysed, then improved. But it really can, as most of everything we do we approach in a systematic manner and lawyers are good at this. But have you ever thought about owning your method? As we are not making cars (always a favorite feedback snippet) so let’s begin with this,
Making the best decision on which projects to do
How do we decide which projects should be done? Recently we have been working with the NHS, building a programme and project management framework and showing them how it should be used. It led us to think about how investment in technology and change is aligned to the outcomes that it secures. Frequently organisations “throw” money at their IT department and expect some magic thus. This often leads to the IT folk investing in what they think is best, and listening to who is shouting
A Case for Case Management
Does the “Matter” even matter? Emerging from a significant digital program creating a case management platform, I wondered about the notion of the “Matter” in general, and what it really means to a lawyer. In speaking across the business appetite to change from paper to digital in the main remains patchy, only increasing where “volume” is perceived. Still speaking “Matters” and interacting with systems in the main to record time, case specific information and track spending etc., I think it