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Monthly Archives: August 2016

How Lawyers Can “Get a GRIP” on Collaboration

Posted in Law firm practices

This post is targeted to Leaders – to all you Practice Group Leaders, Project Leaders, Team Leaders, and even Firm Leaders – whose role is to get assorted performers to pull together effectively in harness.  But you followers and worker bees should feel free to listen in, because, after all, you are the object of… Continue Reading

What Lawyers Can Learn from Google About Collaboration

Posted in Law firm practices

Problem: These days productive lawyering, successful onboarding of lateral hires, and effective Legal Project Management (LPM) place a huge premium on effective collaboration, and a recent Harvard Business Review study found that “time spent by managers and employees in collaborative activities has ballooned by 50% or more over the last two decades.” But lawyers, because… Continue Reading