(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...
Yesterday I noted the issues
raised by a WSJ piece on clients looking askance at paying going rates for
first- and second-year associates .
There are really only three ways to
resolve this issue, beyond, of course, extending the status quo:
The WSJ Law Blog (which has a new
editor, by the way) featured an article yesterday on clients' increasing unease with paying for the work of first-
and second-year associates .
I've seen this change building for
some years now, in my work...
Jonah Lehrer writes in Wired and
The New Yorker about Steve Jobs using architecture to inculcate teamwork when he
took over Pixar.
He insisted that Pixar's headquarters
be designed so that disparate groups of employees were forced to come together...
I saw an ad today for a university-sponsored
legal project management 1 course for in-house counsel.
I checked out the instructors, figuring
that a reputable university would of course engage one of the specialists in this
area. In this case I assumed...
Larry Ribstein has a great short
post over at Truth on the Market reflecting on the future of law, titled Waiting for the Steve Jobs of Law .
He notes, "Law is waiting for its
Steve Jobs (or Bill Gates)."
Actually, the computer market...
I knew the day was coming, and I knew
it would come for him sooner than for most of us, it's still a shock to hear of
the death of Steve Jobs.
Apple was a love-it-or-hate-it company,
and within the technology world there are many who fall into...