In this 2-part blog, we’ll share what Nimble presented at the ALA Conference in our session, “Lean for Legal: A Case Study”. Read on to learn how law firms and legal departments can create more value with fewer resources and less effort by using 3 simple Lean tools.
A SWOT analysis is a simple yet highly effective strategic tool to evaluate your organization. For your legal organization, you will evaluate the Strengths, the Weaknesses, the Opportunities, and the Threats. Completing this analysis helps you set your strategic plan (and budget priorities) for the coming year.
On September 26th at TalentLaunch in suburban Clevelad, we gathered 9 legal industry thought leaders (in-house counsel, law firm partners, law firm CFOs, and Plante Moran’s law firm practice partner) to discuss the pressures law departments and law firms face and how they can work together better. In attendance were various General Counsels, in-house counsels, Managing Partners of law firms, law firm pricing analysts, and members of various alternative legal service providers and legal technology companies.
Here are the highlights:
A thriving organization where your team is brilliant, high-performing, responsive, and client-focused isn’t one where competition is so fierce that people are pitted against each other in some sort of race to survival. A brilliant, high-performing, responsive, and client-focused organization is one where people genuinely want to help each other and their clients.
Today's announcement that EY acquired Riverview Law has been bouncing around my head all day and I've finally figured out why. This acquisition along with 3 other 2018 New Law transactions have legitimized New Law.
This is Part Two of our Interview with Jay Harrington, the author of "The Essential Associate". The Essential Associate, helps young lawyers not just survive, but thrive in today’s competitive law firm environment. It is a step-by-step guide for mastering both the practice and business of law, and includes the insights of dozens of successful lawyer, general counsel at Fortune 500 companies, and leading consultants to the legal industry.
In Part One of our interview with Jay, we covered legal career, career arc, writing, and marketing.