It’s Time for a Law Firm Hackathon

In the world of law firm blogging there is Bruce MacEwen...and then there are the rest of us. Writing as Adam Smith Esq., Bruce has just completed an extraordinary series of posts entitled "Growth is Dead." In his final installment, The S-Curve, Bruce says that if law firms wish to survive the current economic headwinds,... Continue Reading →

Don’t Harm the Humans

In the midst of a lively, thoughtful discussion, one of my friends and colleagues asked for a moment's silence to take note of the fact that Mary Abraham had just endorsed automation over human action. This led to gales of laughter. Why? Because over the years I've become reasonably well-known in legal knowledge management circles... Continue Reading →

The Purpose-Driven Organization

What's the purpose of your organization? (No, that's not a trick question.) Deb Lavoy and her colleagues at OpenText believe that answering that question is the first critical step every organization must take. Putting their money where their mouth is, OpenText hosted on July 11 the first of what promises to be a thought-provoking series of... Continue Reading →

Are You Creating Value?

Am I creating value? That's the key question to start and end every working day. For knowledge management professionals, it can be a tough one to answer honestly. Why? Because many of us struggle with proving the value of knowledge management efforts. We know that we've helped individuals, but we are often hard pressed to... Continue Reading →

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