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    “The most powerful leadership tool you have is your own personal example.” - John Wooden

    Have you ever attended an overcrowded school? Shared a small cubicle at the office? Crowded space is a reality faced by many organizations, including courts. Judges and court managers responsible for...

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    By Kurt Schlauch, Senior Consultant

    It’s no secret that technology is transforming our daily lives. Phone booths have nearly vanished from urban landscapes (and with the rise in e-commerce, I have to wonder if shopping malls are far behind). With the tiny handheld units responsible for...

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    A sustained increase in court caseload often means that more judges are needed to hear the cases, which results in a need for more courtrooms. For courts that are already fully-staffed, the only solution is an expansion to the current building or a brand new courthouse – options that don’t...

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    Collaborative workplaces have become the new standard for companies and are synonymous with high performance and innovation. In office design, collaborative workplace cultures are supported by an open office layout that encourage employee interaction. But is that layout right for every...

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    Last week, I introduced a new series on quantitative measures used in courthouse planning. Today, I’m going to address the first quantitative measure criterion: Space Functionality, the extent to which space supports the number and operations of judges and staff, and functions properly for...

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