Leadership and Partner Performance

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Some Learning for New Partners – Beyond the Obvious

By Neil Oakes

I have just spent the weekend with a smallish firm about to introduce three new partners. These people […]

Lateral Hires and the “Slam Dunk” Myth

By Nick Jarrett-Kerr

This is an edited extract from the second (and much expanded) edition of Ark’s best-selling report Tackling Partner […]

Getting the job done: Some practical examples

By Sean Larkan

A year ago, I published an EIC article titled ‘Forget systems and structures – getting the job done […]

Gerry Riskin’s Immutable Laws of Law Firm Success

By Gerry Riskin

When Edge International was formed, I was optimistic that by this century, we could all make the following […]

Ten Steps toward a Happier Firm

By Nick Jarrett-Kerr

I have been involved in the management of professional service firms for upwards of twenty-five years, and during […]

Leaders Need Followers: Tips for Team Performance

By Sam Coupland

When it comes to maximising the performance of a firm, much of the focus is placed on leadership. […]

Partner Performance and Compensation

By David Cruickshank

  Three years ago in Communiqué, I wrote a two-part article on “Collaboration and Compensation.” Part I appeared in […]

The Importance of Deciding to Do It

By Sam Coupland

Two consulting engagements in the past couple of months illustrate why some firms fly and some firms flounder, […]

Drive Law Firm Success by Helping Each Lawyer Succeed

By Gerry Riskin

(This article was originally published in the February 2017 edition of TLOMA Today, the newsletter of The Law Office […]

Forget Systems and Structures – “Getting the Job Done” Is the Key

By Sean Larkan

Successful businesses and law firms succeed because they get the right things done. They determine a vision, identify […]