This posting reviews the caseflow management technique of providing dispute resolution and settlement practices.
Court Leadership and Caseflow Management – the Practice of Early, Regular, and Continuous Oversight
This issue, #6 in a series, reviews caseflow management practices for early, regular, and continuous case oversight.
Court Leadership and Caseflow Management – the Practice of Caseload Inventory and Backlog Monitoring
This posting reviews the important caseflow management practice of knowing the case inventory and monitoring any backlogs.
Court Leadership and Caseflow Management – the Practice of Case Calendaring, Assignment, and Events
Caseflow management includes paying attention to case assignment, calendaring, and events. This posting summarizes best practices.
“Making D&I Real” NACM video session now available!
"Making Diversity & Inclusion REAL: a How-To Primer for Court Administrators" was presented as a NACM bonus video session; the session is now available to everyone.
Court Leadership and Caseflow Management – Profile of the Practice of Using Performance Goals and Targets
This posting describes the court leadership caseflow management practice of using performance goals and targets - important foundations for accountability.
Judicial Performance Management: What is the World Thinking Now?
IACA's Global Conversation Podcast: Summer 2021 Episode Brought to You In Cooperation with the International Association for Court Administration Measuring judicial performance is a burning topic in many countries around the globe. How to balance the need for timely case resolution with the necessity for just results is a question many court experts have often … Continue reading Judicial Performance Management: What is the World Thinking Now?
Court Leadership and Caseflow Management – Profile of the Practice of Leadership
This posting profiles one of the proven caseflow management practices - that of leadership. Included are examples of when leadership is used for caseflow and case handling.
Court Leadership and Caseflow Management – a Briefing Series
Court leaders usually have direct or indirect responsibility for caseflow management. What is caseflow management? This posting introduces a series on caseflow management best practices. Postings will provide examples of each proven practice and include examples and illustrations of the practice in use.
Court Leader Professional Competencies – Tools to Be a Better Leader
This posting includes snapshots of all thirteen NACM CORE® Competencies and can serve as a quick summary of suggested knowledge, skills, and abilities to be a better court leader.