“What gets measured gets managed.” Remember that saying? It was credited to Peter Drucker, legendary management consultant, educator, and author. It’s typically used to promote an emphasis on measurement. As if to say, measurement is a good thing. You should measure the things you want to improve. Just one problem.
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The headcount at 400 of the largest law firms in the U.S. has grown between 1 and 2 percent per year. Revenue growth in 2016 was also modest, 1.2, and 4.3 percent. And then there are virtual law firms. Virtual law firms shun the large, traditional office environment, preferring the
Tracking time in 2020 wasn’t easy. The days felt longer, then they felt shorter, the minutes would blur together in a seemingly random pattern. Harnessing that time though, however upside down and backwards it may have seemed, was how we all got through this year. Keeping tabs on personal tasks
Before the pandemic, remote work was only available for the affluent few. Roughly 9.8 million out of 140 civilian workers total in the U.S. had access to remote work in their workplace. Today, an estimated 70 million-plus Americans now work remotely. These numbers continue to rise as employees state they
According to a legal trends report, 71 percent of lawyers say they consider revenue their most important indicator for law firm growth. The same report found that, for 40 percent of law firms, growth is either stagnant or in decline. These are challenging times. Here’s the surprising part about high-growth