Sandline Discovery - Insight, Ideas and eDiscovery
- By Dan Cohen
Working with a case team can be hard sometimes, right? Especially when it’s cross-functional, remote, in different time zones, lacking “defined” leadership but full of “implied” leadership because of company culture and politics. Add in a few competing priorities, a looming deadline and a variety of personality types and you’ve got real potential for stress, confusion and very little fun!
As part of a team, there are many variables that are simply out of your control like geography, other people’s workloads and competing priorities. You can’t do anything about the politics or corporate culture either. There is, however, one way to ensure that things stay on the rails, and relatively stress- and confusion-free. It’s all in the communication and everyone has to pitch in here. If the communication is good, the team will be good too. And when the team is good, the outcome will be better!
Over the next six weeks we’ll provide a new tip each week guaranteed to enhance your case team communication!
Here's the first one:
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