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Archive for July, 2013

Posted In: Process Improvement, Strategy, Talent Strategy

Does Being Efficient Mean Your Work Becomes a Commodity?

Contributing author: Jessa Baker For several months, I have addressed some of the reasons why Legal Process Improvement (LPI) has been slow to

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Posted In: Business Development Coaching, Go To Market Assessments, Leadership & Culture Assessments, Strategy, Talent Strategy

Coming to Grips with “Average” – The Strategic Challenge for (Most) Law Firms

Over the weekend I had the good fortune of attending college orientation with my youngest son, who is entering one of the premier

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Posted In: Business Development Coaching, Leadership & Culture Assessments, Training & Coaching

How do you add value? Take a lesson from the nation’s premiere negotiators

“Adding value” is an often stated quoted but rarely defined phrase used to describe that element added to a professional relationship that creates

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Posted In: Leadership & Culture Assessments, Talent Strategy

Maintaining Morale at High Functioning Law Firms: The Five C’s

I celebrate my wedding anniversary this month, and recently recalled words of wisdom passed along by my pastor on our wedding day.  In

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Posted In: Business Development Coaching, Leadership & Culture Assessments, Training & Coaching

Law Firm Leadership—Lessons from a Winning Team

I recently had the pleasure of hearing Boston Celtics President Rich Gotham speak to a group of law firm business development and sales

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Posted In: Process Improvement, Strategy

Why Are So Few Lawyers Willing to Assess How They’re Delivering Legal Services? It Might Just Be Who They Are

A few months ago I discussed which should come first between Legal Process Improvement (LPI) and Legal Project Management (LPM) in the attached

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Posted In: Practice Group Management, Strategy

The Surprising State of Law Firm Strategies

As we dig deeper into the results from our recently published Partner Compensation System Survey, we continue to have little “a-ha” and “very

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