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The Balanced Law Firm
Posted on 25 May 2011 by Mark Smith

Living in the corporate world, it's easy to take scorecards, dashboards and metrics for granted. For those that recoil at management speak, they can become a one way ticket to snoozeville. For those who like to get down and dirty with data, browsing... Read More

In-House Counsel, A Career Coaches View of Knowledge Management: What’s the Connection?
Posted on 17 Mar 2010 by Eugene Weitz

Continuing our special guest blogger series, this week we tackle another issue front and center on in-house counsel minds, how to create and then manage a successful in-house career. As the global economy continues to show signs of improvement, this is... Read More

How Should Law Firms “Gear Up” to Manage Projects Better? – A 50,000-foot View (Part 1 of 2)
Posted on 30 Jun 2010 by Jim Hassett

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... Read More

Do you know what you don't know? - (A post about KM.)
Posted on 14 Jul 2010 by Deborah McMurray

Law firms have been knowledge management organizations ever since handfuls of lawyers started practicing together under the auspices of a "firm." They just didn't know it. Steve Denning is the author of numerous top-selling business books... Read More

“Dead files” — but do they need to smell bad?
Posted on 26 Oct 2011 by Norman Clark

One of the best sources of entertainment about professional ethics is the monthly newsletter of the Disciplinary Board of the Pennsylvania (USA) Supreme Court. Because I cannot begin to approach the wittiness of their writers, I beg their pardon for... Read More