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Posts Tagged ‘succession planning’

Posted In: Compensation & Performance, Culture & Diversity, Strategic Planning

Signs that Fee Origination Sharing among Law Firm Partners is NOT Working

In the course of our law firm Partner Compensation System work, we have seen many law firms that allow fee origination credits to

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Posted In: Leadership Support & Development, Strategic Planning, Succession Planning

The Key to Leadership Succession with a Revered Managing Partner – Certainty

Talk of transitions and succession planning is something we are all familiar with right now.  The demographics within many law firms make these

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Posted In: Strategic Planning

Facing the Inevitable:  Succession Management is Today’s Leadership Challenge

Read Joe Altonji’s most recent blog on Succession Management at The National Law Review.  

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Posted In: Leadership Support & Development, Organizational Structure, Talent Strategy

Succession Planning: What the “Successor” Values

In my most recent blog, The Art of Succession Planning – Thoughts on How to Start, I shared tips gleaned from observing a

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Posted In: Strategic Planning, Talent Strategy

The Art of Succession Planning – Thoughts on How to Start

“Succession” has been an extremely hot topic this year. For many firms, it seems succession planning is the Holy Grail, but why? Maybe

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Posted In: Strategic Planning, Talent Strategy

The Challenges of “Staying in Place” to Address Succession Planning

Over the past few months, we’ve dedicated much of our blog space to the significant challenges associated with succession planning in law firms.

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Posted In: Client Service, Compensation & Performance, Culture & Diversity, Legal Project Management, Strategic Planning, Talent Strategy

10 Projects for Law Firms that Can Produce Big Results in 2016

Success often comes in a series of small steps…not one huge leap. Too many law firm partnerships try to address too many challenges

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