LawVision INSIGHTS Blog

Posted In: Featured

What Law Firms (and I) Have to Be Thankful For

Until last winter, it was rare that I took the time to pause and reflect on the things I have to be thankful

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Posted In: Go To Market Strategies and Analysis, Governance and Management, Strategic Planning and Implementation

When Evaluating a Merger, Be A Data Whisperer

By Mike Short and Geoff Schuler As 2014 draws to a close, it’s clear that the pace of merger and acquisition discussions remains

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Posted In: Business Development

Business Development for Lawyers: A Minute A Day Gets Results!

What’s the most often-heard reason for not doing more to increase selling efforts? Lack of time. I won’t argue with this except to

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Posted In: Business Development

Live Turkeys on a Country Road: Finding Clients – Holiday Style

I love this holiday story that proves clients can come from anywhere. Recently, a client of mine was headed out to a mountain

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Posted In: Coaching

Principled Based Business – Golden State Foods Leads by Example

Given all the unfortunate and unethical human atrocities in the world today, I was moved by John Page’s article from the ACC website

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Posted In: Strategic Planning and Implementation, Talent Strategy

Are you a “One-Spacer” or “Two-Spacer”? Part 4: Finding Your “Aha” Talent Strategy Moment

By Jessa Baker and Marcie Borgal Shunk “My greatest strength as a consultant is to be ignorant and ask a few questions.” —Peter

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Posted In: Business Development

Law Firm Business Development: Focus on the Fundamentals

Let’s face it, the requisite “business development evil” aspect of practicing law isn’t typically the most desirable activity for lawyers; income and equity

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Posted In: Strategic Planning and Implementation, Talent Strategy

Are Generational Differences the Enemy of Client Satisfaction? Part 3: Mind the Gap

By Jessa Baker and Marcie Borgal Shunk Witnessing an interaction between two attorneys of different generations in the workplace is likely commonplace. The

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Posted In: Business Development

Law Firm Sales and Lessons from the Spider

Inspired by the fun holiday of Halloween this month, I thought I’d write about my recent experience with a spider’s web. In between

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Posted In: Governance and Management, Strategic Planning and Implementation

Profitability Reporting…Just Get to Work

Last month I wrote about the role of client or matter level profitability reporting as A Common Tool for Basic Innovative Thinking.   Initial

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