I’m consumed with workflow this week. So much so that the it’s inspired a transformation of the whole iLawPractice enterprise. More on that soon.
In the meantime, some links I like. About workflow and progress:
This post on A List Apart about prototyping workflows goes directly to issues we all have when trying to iterate and improve on our workflows.
One of my newest obsessions: Kanban. I’m a visual thinker and this simply rings lots of bells for me. I can see its application in so many areas apropos to the practice of law.
Turns out that progress is about ebb and flow. Not an orderly ascension. <Imagine this makes a few folks kind of uncomfortable.>
Effective workflow is a very personal thing. This guy spent a year trying different methods of productivity to tweak his workflow. Here are the 10 top things he learned.
Apparently the average working person spends 28% of the day dealing with email. Egads! Perhaps a more disciplined approach to email can help?
How, where, when you work — all part of the many choices we make. I like Seth’s advice.
How to get stuff done, and avoid burn out, in three steps.
And what to do if you’re already experiencing burn out. Sadly, I know many folks who should read this. Maybe they’re reading this post, too.