Login to see all site content available based on your status. An active member status provides access to members-only content.

1 to 5 of 5
Sort by

Blog Entry
Developing Teamwork and Collaboration Skills

Strategic Skills: Developing Teamwork and Collaboration I don’t know that I have ever thought of teamwork as a skill. As an athlete, I’ve thought of jump shots and curve balls as skills, but not teamwork. As a Training & Development Specialist, I have considered my aptitude with such...

Tom Phelps's profile image

Library Entry
Enable a Knowledge Sharing Culture

In today's competitive environment, law firms are implementing new growth strategies like cross-selling and lateral partner acquisitions. With added pressure and new expectations, lawyers must be properly equipped to know more about their colleagues and their areas of experience. Attorneys...

2 attachments

Blog Entry
Why process efficiency, project management and relationship data are now the keys to success in law firm client relationships

Today’s law firm clients are more interested in value than ever before and have never been less loyal to outside counsel. Ryan Steadman, Customer Value Engineer at Tikit North America, argues that in response, firms urgently need to up their game across a handful of business critical...

Library Entry
On-Demand - Sharing Showcase with NetDocuments

One in a series of product showcases related to sharing. Description: We'll provide a quick review of some simple yet highly secure methods of collaboration that come standard in the NetDocuments service. Speaker: Michael Sanders , a Senior Solutions Expert at NetDocuments, helps companies...

Sharing Showcase with NetDocuments.mp4

Library Entry
LPM Requires Cross-Department Collaboration by Terri Gavulic

“Many firms are dipping their toes into the legal project management (LPM) stream without applying proper project management disciplines to the project’s launch and implementation. In those cases, the stream can turn into a flood of problems that can sink an LPM initiative. To keep...