Project Management

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Why do we need a process for closing a project? 
The legal aid community is constantly evolving to improve and expand its services. From document assembly libraries to case management systems, organizations are taking on projects that will increase efficiency and advance their missions. Project management is vital to this work. Project management reduces costs by improving efficiency, mitigating risks, and optimizing resources.  
Finding the right vendor can seem like a daunting task. Join us to learn more about drafting Request for Proposals (RFPs) and selecting vendors. You will hear from fellow legal aid programs that have experience with the vendor selection process.
Legal aid organizations are continuously taking on projects to improve legal services delivery. In addition to core project management principles, there are a few things, like security and DEI, that should be considered at the outset of any project. Join us to learn more about tools and practical advice to help you successfully manage projects.
Every year LSC awards millions of dollars in grants. TIG funding provides an opportunity to explore new ways to serve your clients, help build your capacity as a legal aid program, and support your efforts to involve pro bono attorneys. Join us to learn more about the grant process and requirements.
Do you have an idea for a project? Are you not sure where to begin? Join us to learn more about planning a successful project. You will learn about the project life cycle and how to turn ideas into tangible projects.
With limited staffing resources available, supervisors often are overseeing the case work of a high number of attorneys while managing their own caseloads. Supervisors are able to leverage case-related data and technology to ensure the attorneys they supervise are serving their clients in the most efficient and effective manner. This webinar will explore some of the strategies used by the legal services community that utilize technology to enhance supervision within their organizations. Speakers: Darius Lind Senior Consultant Just-Tech
There is a wide variety of organizational and project management tools out there, and they are definitely a must for your organization if you want to keep your projects streamlined and moving forward. I have put together a list of the four most popular task/project management tools and have organized them from least to most complicated. All of these tools listed here are quality tools I can recommend, which particular tool is right for you and your organization will depend on what functionality you need.
Regardless of whether you're working for a smaller organization or a huge one, you're most likely in the end going to need to round out a Request for Proposal, or RFP. Your organization can't do everything internally, and when your business needs to buy a product or service from somewhere else, you may need to look around for a solution. An RFP enables you to gather offers from different sellers and select the merchant that best meets your criteria, both concerning aptitude and spending plan.

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