The math is simple. Increased productivity equals higher profits. But something more is going on in 2021. The shifts in our society over the past year have changed how we all look at productivity. Clients and law firms have all had to become ruthlessly efficient -- just to survive -- in this extraordinary environment. It hasn’t been easy. New work environments, added distractions, and expanding channels of communication have all piled onto many lawyers’ already full plate. This “new normal” gives lawyers all the more reason to do whatever it takes to improve their practice’s productivity across the board.
We’ll get you started. First, you’ll learn how to measure your firm’s productivity with key performance indicators (KPI’s) that both validate your progress -- and point out the weak areas that need your special attention. Then we’ll look at the tools and processes you can use to improve your KPI’s in areas like task management & improving collaboration (whether you’re in-office or remote). While extraordinary circumstances pushed many lawyers to adapt on the fly, flexibility, and the ability to adequately measure your productivity are skills that will benefit your practice for years to come.
Speaker: Erica Birstler, Cosmolex, Monmouth Junction, New Jersey
Management Matters Series
The Management Matters Series, presented by The Bar Plan, focuses on law practice-related topics including legal technology tools, document drafting, data security, law office management, and more. The pricing for this series is variable, and will automatically adjust when you purchase programs here. All programs are available in a webinar and self-study format.
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Erica is the Vice President of practice management software. Erica's degree is in Business Administration and she has nearly a decade of experience in the legal industry, catering to the specialized technology needs of small to mid-sized law firms.
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