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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, Process Improvement, Strategy, Talent Strategy

Hope for the Holidays

As 2013 winds down, I am reminded of a few holiday season “traditions” that I can still recall from my first December working

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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: Legal Project Management & Process Improvement, Practice Group Management, Process Improvement, Strategy, Talent Strategy

It’s Time to Spend Money to Make Money

Whenever the growth in demand for legal services slows (and it cannot get much slower than right now), we hear from many law

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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: Leadership & Culture Assessments, Process Improvement, Strategy, Talent Strategy

Promoting a Culture of Efficiency via Law Firm Talent Strategy

In her most recent LawVision Insights blog, Carla Landry addressed the excellent question of whether “Being efficient means your work becomes a commodity.” 

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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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