The Lean Law Library: How to Apply Process Improvement Concepts to your Organization
Wednesday, August, 24, 20161:00 - 2:30 EST
Lean Six Sigma is trending to become the ‘new’ solution to pressures on the legal market place. Law librarians who can use Lean Six Sigma concepts will be able to cross pollinate library with management, increasing the relevance of the library as integral to the organization as a whole, not simply as a room or a team who are important to legal researchers.
Speaker:Shaunna Mireau, Field LLP
As Director of Knowledge Management and Process Improvement at the Field Law firm in Alberta and NWT, Shaunna’s position includes coordinating knowledge management projects, managing the firms Lean Six Sigma continuous improvement projects, and collaborating with the firm practice groups, technology department and library team. She writes at Slaw.ca and recently wrote “Internal and External Marketing by Information Professionals” a chapter in A Handbook for Corporate Information Professionals, by Katharine Schopflin, contrib. ed. (London, UK: Facet, 2014) and “Working in Knowledge Management” for Legal Information Specialists: A Guide to Launching and Building Your Career, by Annette Demers, contrib. ed. (Toronto: LexisNexis, 2012)