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OCTOBER 2015 | VOLUME 16, NUMBER 4
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We are now in the era of inexpensive data. Amazing data repositories exist, and technology can automate the capture of real-time data. Businesses now develop algorithms, capable of predicting things including the future.
Managing the Intelligent Global Expansion of Research Services at Squire Patton Boggs LLP

Managing the Intelligent Global Expansion of Research Services at Squire Patton Boggs LLP

Where lawyers can take advantage of time zones, handing on work around the globe, Research Services also chases the sun answering reference questions.

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(Probably) No Longer Asking Which Comes First – Project Management or Process Improvement

(Probably) No Longer Asking Which Comes First – Project Management or Process Improvement

If you use legal project management (LPM) techniques, you inevitably identify ways to improve some aspects of the project as you manage work more carefully and with more tools than in the past. Both methodologies provide opportunities for improved performance.

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Making Project Management Work Better:  Earned Value Management for Law Firms

Making Project Management Work Better: Earned Value Management for Law Firms

Earned Value Management (EVM) is a proven method and best practice used by large organizations all over the world to understand and control project success.

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A Day in the Life of a Pricing Professional

A Day in the Life of a Pricing Professional

What do law firm pricing professionals do all day? How did they get started? What skills do they have? What do they love about their jobs? And what do they struggle with?

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Measure Better to Manage Better--Part 2

Measure Better to Manage Better—Part 2

A good manager will have both quantitative and qualitative metrics in their toolkit. This article explains the relative value of these metrics and provides guidance on how to collect reliable qualitative metrics that are likely to yield useful insights.

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