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From following up more effectively to communicating with greater frequency, the elements of distinction are well known, but often poorly executed. Those who embrace them, even imperfectly, are likely to rise above their peers.
In my interviews earlier this year with 27 individuals responsible for litigation-related decision-making in law firms and corporate law departments, including 10 in-house lawyers, nine in-house administrative litigation support leaders and eight AmLaw 200 law firm partners, there were a number of universal themes that the survey participants emphasized.
By David McCann
Marketing professionals have a responsibility to do their best to protect the brands of their employers. And part of that responsibility means avoiding, limiting or addressing, to the extent possible, any negative or damaging publicity. While there are nuances within each industry that determine what can and can’t be done in this effort, there are some universal strategies I think work well.
By Jim Jarrell
Until recently, most law firms operated with a cadre of legacy operating systems, financial platforms and reporting technologies from different manufacturers that have no mechanism for connecting with each other, let alone automatically extracting and updating data points between systems. The disparate nature of these technologies has exacerbated the struggle to leverage data and display results in a reporting mechanism that helps direct the firm’s decision-making.
By Silvia Coulter
Law firms have many leaders. Yet in many cases, no formal leadership training takes place, leaving others in their groups or offices performing at less than optimal levels and on their own to get the job done often feeling pressured and stressed. Here are some tips to help partners who lead operational teams, offices, practices, departments, or the firm itself, to implement for leadership impact that books and professors don’t seem to directly address.
By Ari Kaplan
The most popular justification for avoiding business-development activities is a lack of time. There are, however, a number of strategies that will allow you to execute and produce results in minutes — or even seconds.