LawVision INSIGHTS Blog

Archive for April, 2013

Posted In: Leadership & Culture Assessments, Process Improvement

Simple is better……

Things should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler. Albert Einstein I am frequently reminded of Albert Einstein’s wise counsel when

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Posted In: Training & Coaching

Law Firm Business Development: Extroverts Beware

One of the more common themes that comes up during my initial coaching session with new coachees is that they feel that they

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Posted In: Talent Strategy

The $200,000 Mistake Law Firm Leaders Can’t Afford to Make

If preventable errors lead to $200,000 worth of technology equipment disappearing from a law firm, dire consequences would ensue.  At a bare minimum,

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Posted In: Training & Coaching

Focus on Clients

Every once in a while we get reminded of how important client service really is, particularly for those of us in the service

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Posted In: Strategy

Advice for Law Firms in Serious Trouble

Law firms are fragile organizations that are held together by the will of the Partners to keep showing up for work each day. 

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Posted In: Legal Project Management & Process Improvement, Process Improvement

Still Asking Which Comes First – Project Management or Process Improvement?

Two years ago I wrote a blog addressing “which comes first, legal project management (LPM) or legal process improvement (LPI)?”  At the time,

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Posted In: Training & Coaching

Ready, Fire, Aim: How to Build an Effective Business Development Plan

A famous architect once designed a home. Upon completion of the project the builder pointed out to the architect that no provision had

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Posted In: Strategy

Rites of Spring… Cleanup and Rejuvenation

Spring is here.  The first quarter is over.  And while we haven’t yet seen first quarter numbers it’s clear that they will reflect

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