Judges and court administrators need to stay up to date on technology. What are the ways they are, and should, be doing so?
Excellent customer service is vitally important to achieve procedural justice. This post reprints great advice from Lead Star's Angie Morgan on how to keep a customer service mindset front and center.
Courts are not immune to climate change. What are the likely implications? Courts need to step up their strategic planning programs to respond.
Great Leaders act! Here are key characteristics of how they do it, and a self-test to see how you are doing.
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.
"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.
The 2nd Judicial District Court of New Mexico offers a wide range of important services. Here is a recent op-ed by the court administrator that does a great job of informing the public.
NACM Virtual Conference has both live-streaming and recorded sessions with excellent content. A good example is "Making Diversity and Inclusion Real -- a How-To Primer for Court Administrators."
New online court administration micro-courses are now available! Based on the NACM CORE, 13 Workforce Management courses provide accessible, affordable, professional development.