The Associated Press now has a copy of the tsunami plan for
the TEPCO Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear complex.
It's two pages long and ten years
old. (The AP calls it one page, but it's a double-size page.)
There's some discussion of...
Most people, especially those outside
the technology industry 1 , think very highly of Apple.
What would your law practice look like
if your clients felt that way about you?
Some practices already get rave client
reviews; these firms are proving...
Are you the law's international man
of mystery? The answer to the prayers of corporate counsel in global companies?
Can you leap jurisdictions with a single bound? Effortlessly unravel
the tangle of law, culture and procedure? Wrap your arms around...
What does science know about motivating employees that businesses too often ignore?
That's the topic of an 18-minute talk by (nonpracticing) lawyer Dan Pink . He frames it as an argument to the jury of the audience.
In this 2009 talk, he describes...
Yesterday I noted some highly successful large-scale projects that succeeded without the use of project management technology.
I make this point - which I also make in my book Legal Project Management and my classes - because I continue to encounter...
This two-part series was written by LegalBizDev Principal Steve Barrett , former CMO at Drinker Biddle. It is based on an article that will appear in Of Counsel: The Legal Practice and Management Report.
Approaching the second anniversary of the September...
I saw an interesting quote from
golfer Phil Mickelson today.
If I ask anybody to think of their
favorite golf course and favorite hole, it's either a par 3 under 150 yards or
a driveable par 4. 1
In other words, people want to
(I should have posted this
yesterday, when hobgoblins were out and about in the neighborhoods. And the
first half wanders far afield before returning to project leadership concepts.
You can skip the intro and jump
right to that point .)
I was working...