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Can Lawyers Learn From Best Buy?
Posted on 17 Jan 2012 by Steven B. Levy

Larry Downes in Forbes has an article on the decline and (they presume) fall of Best Buy . Other than the hagiography of Amazon.com, 1 there are some very interesting points in the article. Before you read it, though, consider what you think intuitively... Read More

Can Lawyers Learn From Best Buy?
Posted on 17 Jan 2012 by Steven B. Levy

Larry Downes in Forbes has an article on the decline and (they presume) fall of Best Buy . Other than the hagiography of Amazon.com, 1 there are some very interesting points in the article. Before you read it, though, consider what you think intuitively... Read More

Past success does not guarantee survival.
Posted on 14 Dec 2010 by Norman Clark

Today the Law Society Gazette reports that a well-regarded century-old Sheffield law firm, Ashton Morton Slack, LLP , has failed. The firm had five equity partners and 67 staff, and was a general service law firm. The firm cites falling fee revenues and... Read More

Required Viewing: Paddy Ashdown on the “Global Power Shift”
Posted on 23 Jan 2012 by Norman Clark

My colleagues at Walker Clark and I frequently stress the critical importance of informed strategic planning. Part of that information should include an in-depth understanding of the major trends that are shaping our changing world. Although global in... Read More