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Author Archive : Carla Landry

Posted In: Legal Project Management & Process Improvement, LPM, Process Improvement, Talent Strategy

Have the Millennials Figured it Out?

Contributing Author Julia Holemans “Technologically savvy … consistent high quality work output … innovate … fresh perspective … incorporating new technology into our

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Posted In: Legal Project Management & Process Improvement, LPM, LPM Assessments, Process Improvement, Talent Strategy, Training

Do You Want to Hear A Few More Things About the Millennials? You Should.

Contributing Author Julia Holemans In recent years, a cultural fascination has emerged with the so-called “millennial” generation. Defined as those born from the

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Posted In: Process Improvement

Are You Willing to Change?

Last month my colleague, Jessa Baker, quoted Greek philosopher Heraclitus – “Change is the only constant in life.”  Jessa went on to write

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

Is it Possible to Carryover the Holiday Cheer?

The holidays are over.  It’s that time of year when we “come down” from the excitement of the previous month – spending time

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

Still Want to Be a Lemming!

A month ago my colleague, Marcie Borgal Shunk, wrote “imitation may be the greatest form of flattery, but it is one of the

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Posted In: Strategy

Revisiting the Idea that Numbers Do Matter

Last fall, I wrote that it “turned out numbers do matter.”  It was in response to an overwhelming turnout for a one-hour webinar

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Posted In: Leadership & Culture Assessments, Strategy, Talent Strategy

Efficiency, Culture and Cholera?

My colleague, Jessa Baker, and I have discussed promoting a culture of efficiency in our blogs over the last few months and suggested

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

Wait … Who Gets to Define Value? Understanding the Need for Efficiency

My colleague, Jessa Baker, and I have discussed promoting a culture of efficiency in our last few blogs.  In Jessa’s most recent blog,

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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: 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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