Litigation Project Management -- Why Use Workflow?

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There are 3 key elements that are all pre-requisites for achieving workflow success: People, Workflow Process, and the Technology. So, if you have found yourself in a situation where you don’t have defined processes, accountabilities are uncertain and deadlines are sometimes missed, then perhaps you have a workflow problem. Getting all 3 aligned is absolutely essential to ensuring your workflow, works. As you strive to improve your workflow, this article addresses some key factors to consider.

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