This blog explains how process improvement can be used as a strategic tool – it’s far more than just tinkering with the way things are currently done.
Last week we introduced the key concept of reducing waste within the Lean methodology. We also introduced an acronym; TIM WOODS, to help identify potential sources of waste within your […]
There is a lot of talk about “Lean” within the legal services industry currently. A significant number of other industries are reported to have achieved phenomenal results by employing the […]
To commoditise or not to commoditise… that is the question. Or is it? I’ve been working and speaking with law firms for many years now and it is rare that […]
So far within this “Legal Process Improvement – How to Guide” series, we have looked at: Defining the scope and objective of the project Assessing the current state Analysing the […]
So far within this “Legal Process Improvement – How to guide” series, we have looked at: Defining the scope and objective of the project Assessing the current state Analysing the […]
If the purpose of the last stage (Assess Current State) was to find out “how does the process currently work?” then the purpose of this stage is to answer the […]