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Practice Innovations - Managing in a changing legal environment
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OCTOBER 2012 | VOLUME 13, NUMBER 4
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The Ins and Outs of Sourcing - Insourcing refers to moving work functions to a lower-cost market, but still staffing with firm employees, either by asking existing employees ...
Insourcing refers to moving work functions to a lower-cost market, but still staffing with firm employees, either by asking existing employees

Understanding the Value of Your alumni

In today's contracting legal environment, firms are looking for more avenues to find clients. One that has always been there, but few have accessed, is the wealth of alumni that each firm, no matter its size, has developed over the years. Follow what one firm has implemented to reach out and touch their alumni.

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Total Library Service Management: A Framework for Success

Total Library Service Management: A Framework for Success

"Total Library Service Management provides a method for the evolution of services, aligned with strategic objectives, with an eye to continual improvement."

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Prepping Your Team for the Playoffs

Prepping Your Team for the Playoffs

When prepping for the increased intensity of a playoff run, law firms, just like sports teams, should be looking to add a major difference maker, experience, and/or depth.

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Professional Development: On the Rebound?

Professional Development: On the Rebound?

Legal professional development managers are reviving traditional approaches and creating innovative strategies in an effort to add value in their firms where the impact of tighter budgets have threatened even professional development bread and butter programs, including in-house CLE programs and new associate training.

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Project Management with an Organizational Psychology Approach An interview with: Bernardo Tirado, PMP

Project Management with an Organizational Psychology Approach
An interview with: Bernardo Tirado, PMP

Bernardo Tirado is an author, speaker, trainer, and consultant. He is CEO of The Project Box, LLC, a company providing lectures, workshops, and consulting services on the psychology behind leading teams and maximizing human performance. Bernardo is a Six Sigma Black Belt, certified Project Management Professional, and an Industrial Psychologist He is the author of several books including: Leadership: Helping Others to Succeed and the upcoming release of the Gower Handbook of Project Management, 5th edition. He is also the lead columnist for Psychology Today's Digital Leaders.

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