Tag Archives: process improvement in law firm

Process Improvement in Legal Services – Saves 13,000 hours

13,000 Hours Saved – 40% of Legal Forms Contained Errors.  Process Improvement LegalHow could a business processes that failed 40% of the time still be around today? How?Thank fully it may not be and lessons from it may lead to a saving of 13,000 hours of work for the UK HM Courts Services.A process as […]

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Lean Waste in a Law Firm? It’s only 20-40% of Time

Workflow Waste in Law Firms – Over 20% of Time  Time Wasted”Only in becoming a general manager did I recognize the waste that law firms and in-house counsel design into their workflows – waste that I estimate at 20 to 40% of what companies pay them.” I’ve just read this on this blog post.  https://www.controllingcorporatelegalcosts.com/about-me/If you’re […]

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Waste of Waiting

Lean Waste in Law Firms – Waiting…

Lean Waste in Law Firms – WaitingYour days are filled with brilliant, value adding, high quality work and FRUSTRATIONS. Daily Frustrations that cause you and your teams to WASTE TIME & EFFORT impacting on the value adding work you want to deliver. Most Lean practitioners will begin by explaining how you and your staff create waste and then the shutters often […]

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Mark Greenhouse Lean Process Improvement Consultant

Mark Greenhouse Lean Process Improvement Consultant Mark Greenhouse UK Lean Process Improvement ConsultantFor 25 years Mark has been involved with improvement of organisations be that through Productivity Improvement, Lean, Efficiency Improvement or Process Improvement programmes – all with the aim of leaving behind SUSTAINED improved performance. During that time he has often had to deliver improvements […]

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Law Firm Efficiency Review

Law Firm Productivity ReviewLaw Firm Efficiency ReviewWhat is a Law Firm Efficiency Review? How does it work?You may be surprised but the process is similar to that we use in many other sectors.Any  Efficiency  Review (or Productivity review to that matter) has to be based on interviewing, observing and listening to staff. They know where all […]

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Process Reengineering Law Firms

Process Reengineering Law FirmsJ.Stephen Poor, chairman of Seyfarth Shaw, in his article for The New York Times, financial news service DealB%k, offers that lawyers today should be asking non-traditional questions. Questions to meet the changing demands of the buyers of legal services;How can I apply resources more effectively?How can I shorten cycle time?How can I […]

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