Want to avoid eDiscovery disasters? Here are ten tips for better eDiscovery project management, courtesy of Lexbe and presented by me!
This Thursday, September 28th, Lexbe will host the webinar Ten Tips for Better eDiscovery Project Management at 2pm ET (1pm CT, 11am PT). During this highly informative session you’ll learn the top tips for improving your eDiscovery project management. You’ll hear examples of how not adopting these best practices has resulted in embarrassing eDiscovery failures. By attending the session, you’ll learn:
- eDiscovery Project Management Framework and Knowledge Areas
- eDiscovery Governance
- eDiscovery Project Management Constraints
- The Belt & Suspenders Approach to Communication
- The eDiscovery Rules that Project Managers Should Know
- How to Engage and Manage Stakeholders
- Testing Your Searches
- Understanding the Evidence and How to Use It
- Adopting and Understanding Technology
- Quality Control Best Practices
- Know What “Done” Looks Like
I’ll be presenting the topic, which is based on my experiences in the industry, and I’ll be discussing recent eDiscovery project examples (including some eDiscovery disasters), some of which have been “ripped from the headlines”. I’ll not only plan to provide some useful tips, but I will also look to have some fun doing so as well! Click here to register for the Lexbe webinar to learn ten tips for better eDiscovery project management!
So, what do you think? Are you looking to improve your eDiscovery project management skills? If so, please join me on Thursday! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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