Zoom is Safe for Lawyers (if you use it right)

February 8, 2016

I just wrote my first article for Lawyerist, Removing Bottlenecks to Productivity and Profit. In it, I discuss the single bottleneck concept behind the Theory of Constraints (check out my earlier posts here and here). I also write about the importance of measuring a few key things within your workflow (but not too many), and then using the data you glean to not only tell whether your improvement worked within the context of the thing you were trying to improve, but, more importantly, whether that local improvement succeeded in improving your practice overall.

Check out the article, and don’t hesitate to contact me if you want to learn more!

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John E. Grant

John E. Grant is a strategic consultant to legal professionals and their teams. As founder of the Agile Attorney Network, he helps legal teams harness the tools of modern entrepreneurship to build more profitable, scalable, and sustainable practices. Click here to book a no-cost discovery call with John today.

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