Court leaders can make the most of their budget responsibilities by linking budget and fiscal operations to the court mission and goals.
Court leaders can prepare for the future and use strategic planning techniques; they will serve to make the leader better prepared for operational excellence.
A court leader can be the chief storyteller and provide information about the purposes and responsibilities of the court.
This posting reviews the court leadership competency of the purposes and responsibilities of courts.
Court Leaders Should be Masters and Maestros of Caseflow Management.
The revised International Framework for Court Excellence is an excellent resource for courts as we continue to respond to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. The courts in Singapore, Republic of Marshall Islands, and the United States have taken many actions to apply the IFCE.
Caseflow management is at the center of what courts do. This post shares information about caseflow management practices.
Court leaders increasingly consider the use of performance measures to be accountable, make operational decisions, and demonstrate performance. This competency reviews skill areas to practice accountability and court performance.
Courts are finding themselves interacting with unlikely collaborators. This presents an interesting public relations opportunity. This article recaps actions that might be useful when partnering with different players.
Court leaders are now facing a different type of public relations challenge and opportunity - that of increased collaboration with others - both inside and outside of the justice system.