How often are we sending mixed messages?
Consider the stop-but-don’t-stop sign combo at right, from Tom Vanderbilt’s wonderful blog on traffic. It’s clear what is really intended; nonetheless, there is an underlying message of “we do things mechanically without regard to context… or irony.”
The Illusion of Rack Rates: Law.com reports on lawyers billing different [...]
Here’s the fourth in the series of fireside chats, and with this one we’re back in front of the fire again.
This brief video is a follow-on to the metrics video, expanding on the idea of delivering value — the output metric — rather than just hours.
There’s increasing movement toward selling something other [...]
Here’s the third* in a series of “fireside chats.” This one is on metrics and measurement in Legal Project Management, summarizing an area that is detailed over ten pages or so in my book, Legal Project Management.
And if you don’t want to watch me, watch the fireplace. I had just put a new [...]