Court Leader’s Advantage Podcast Episode: April 19, 2022 Brought to You in Cooperation with NACM One unintended consequence of the COVID pandemic has been a phenomenon called “The Great Resignation.” Large numbers of American workers have either quit their jobs or (after being laid off) have chosen not to return to their previous employer. CBS News … Continue reading The Great Resignation: How Has It Affected the Courts?
This issue considers the use of technology for caseflow management, which can facilitate case handling and caseflow.
With hybrid and virtual work commonplace in courts around the globe, what are the latest issues and best practices? This post addresses these questions with advice on how to collaboratively manage virtual workers.
What are the predicted technology trends for 2022? For the most part, we will see a continuation of people-centered, location independent, enhanced cybersecurity, and resilient systems in the coming year. New for 2022 will be data integration, distributed enterprises, autonomic systems, cloud-native platforms, and generative AI.
Court Leader's Advantage Podcast: October 5, 2021 Brought to You in Cooperation with NACM A cyberattack is truly a different kind of threat, but that threat is real and growing. It takes a different kind of approach to defend against such an attack. Different questions need to be asked well before an attack occurs. Cybersecurity experts … Continue reading Defending Against Cyberattacks! What to Ask to Make Sure You are Safe
Court Leader’s Advantage Podcast: September 21, 2021 Episode Brought to You in Cooperation with NACM Threats from cyberattacks can be easily ignored by courts. There are many rationalizations: “Our court is too small to worry about cyberattacks” “We have a great firewall that keeps everything out” “Our employees change their passwords every three months just like … Continue reading Courts and Cyberattacks!: It’s Not “If” – It’s “When”
Cybersecurity continues to be a critical component for court operations. Here are several resources to help court administrators keep abreast of current cybersecurity resources.
Hybrid work (a blend of virtual and in-office) is going to be a major feature of the post-COVID-19 world, including the courts. What are the reasons for this, and what can court leaders do to plan and manage the transition to a hybrid workplace?
What will the "new normal" be in 2025? PEW Research has revealed several major issues, changes, and impacts -- prime among which is a technologicial "tele-everything" world. This post discusses all of this and how they will impact the courts.
Court Leader’s Advantage Video Podcast: February 2021 Episode Brought to You in Cooperation with NACM Back in October of 2019, for most courts, working remotely from home was a privilege granted to a small number of court employees. It seemed to be granted mostly to Court Technology workers and Executive Office staff who were working … Continue reading Telework: Is There A Secret to Effective Management?