Firms can’t enact big plans without having partners feel they’re part of the process. But what if the necessary medicine is new ideas these lawyers haven’t even considered?  Have an opinion? Email me here. Want this dispatch in your inbox every Thursday? Sign up here.

Getting Big Law Partners To Buy In, On Strategy and Innovation

I was reminded of some recent reporting I did on strategic planning in law firms when I got an email from consultant Patrick McKenna. He’d also published a story on planning on his LinkedIn page earlier this week, detailing nine reasons why firm’s planning efforts are frequently “pathetic.”

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