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Posted In: Recruiting, Talent Strategy, Training & Coaching

Law Firm Business Development: Tips to Help You Successfully Integrate New Laterals

My colleague, Jim Cranston, wrote about the importance of asking the right questions to improve your success rate with lateral recruiting.  As a

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Posted In: Capital Structure, Leadership Support, Strategy

What if you didn’t hit budget in 2016?

As we continue to review and dissect 2016, something feels a little different to me.  My recent conversations with law firm leaders suggest

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Posted In: Client Development, Strategy

Client Satisfaction is Dead…

Client satisfaction is dead – or you may be, if that is your primary focus as an organization.  This seemingly radical statement is

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Posted In: Strategy

Innovation: The One Driver for Future Success

Professor Gabriel Teninbaum, Director of Suffolk University’s Institute on Law Practice Technology & Innovation, gave a thought-provoking keynote address on innovation to 300

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Posted In: Mergers & Acquisitions, Strategy

Erin Baran Joins LawVision Group

LawVision Group is pleased to announce that Erin Baran has joined the company as a Consultant with the firm’s strategy practice. In this

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Posted In: Development, Implementation, Strategy

2017 – The Year to Try Something New?

2017 has arrived, and already the year is looking like one of change outside the narrow bounds of the legal profession:  The Cubs

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Posted In: Development, Implementation, Strategy

10 Questions That Need Answers for a Successful 2017 (and Beyond)

At about this time last year, I wrote a blog about 10 Projects That Can Produce Big Results in 2016.  My goal was

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Posted In: Leadership Training, Organizational Structure, Talent Strategy

Succession Planning: What the “Successor” Values

In my most recent blog, The Art of Succession Planning – Thoughts on How to Start, I shared tips gleaned from observing a

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Posted In: Organizational Structure, Talent Strategy, Training & Coaching

Who Will Be Income Partners in the Future?

In July, I wrote a blog entitled Who Will Be the Owners of Law Firms in the Future. My goal at that time

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Posted In: Leadership Training, Organizational Structure, Strategy

The World Really is Different: Realizing that Change is Okay

A few weeks ago, while facilitating an All-Lawyer retreat, I had an interesting ah-hah moment. This was an unusual retreat. In the course

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