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Implementing a Legal Project Management Office

by David Rueff 
May 29, 2012 | 69:32 | Views: 202 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.17 / 5

This webinar will provide an overview of implementation of a legal project management system and LPMO in a law firm setting. In addition, this webinar will address: * Traditionally, at what points in a legal engagement can communication be improved? * What tools that can be used to foster these improvements? * How can attorneys be encouraged to use these tools? * What project management information system can be deployed to foster the implementation of legal project management within your firm or organization? * What are the short term and long term benefits of a successful LPM program?

Applying Agile Techniques to LPM

by Sam Hobbs Jenny Lee
October 29, 2013 | 45:05 | Views: 144 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.06 / 5

In this webinar you will learn about a light-weight, flexible, fast-to-implement project approach, Agile. Many legal matters are not traditionally phased and traditional project management approaches don't fit. By adding Agile techniques and tools to your tool box you can manage legal projects with a greater level of success

'Just Enough' LPM: 5 Simple Ways to Get the Benefits

by Pratik Patel
May 22, 2014 | 66:12 | Views: 228 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 3.74 / 5

What is legal project management (LPM)? Where would LPM fit in your current model for managing outside counsel? What are the typical benefits? And how are corporate law departments and law firms practically implementing it? Please join Pratik Patel for an educational session on this rapidly emerging practice and what works, and what doesn’t when making LPM successful for your corporate law department or law firm.

Here Come the Clouds

by David Lipien

Cloud delivery projects are a culmination of people, process and technology, but project management fundamentals still apply and there is work to be done. Here we give delivery management professionals some base foundation knowledge regarding the Cloud, why these projects are different as well as some of the skills and capabilities to focus on.

Project Management for Non-Project Mangers

by Andy Jordan

Is any career exempt from project management skills? You don’t have to be a project manager to practice project management; organizations recognizing this will find more benefits than they expected. Does your HR team have the right outlook?

Managing the Aftermath of a Cyber Breach

by Kevin Coleman

Cyber breaches have become all too common--and the negative impact of these events is significant. Are you taking a project management approach to ensure a timely and well-executed response to address the numerous complex issues that accompany a breach?

IT Project Management Using the Statement of Work

by Shannon Gaw

The SOW is the project roadmap. A well-designed SOW can make a project a success, whereas a poorly designed SOW can result in the labeling of a project as a failure, no matter how successfully the work was completed. This article provides an introduction to the concept, a look at the various manifestations of the SOW, its place in the PMBOK® Guide, and a detailed overview of its components.

Project + Government = Change

by Kenneth Darter, PMP

Transitions can be difficult when management and stakeholders change--something that happens on a regular basis in the government. Some basic guidelines can keep the project on track.

Build a Virtual Team Work Infrastructure to Avoid Collaboration Misfires

by Joe Wynne

Virtual teams have special communication obstacles that are not necessarily solved elegantly by the communication tools available in your project. You must combine multiple applications to create an infrastructure to meet the needs of virtual teams to interact and to complete project deliverables.

Ethics @ Work

by Alankar Karpe

Following ethics standards and maintaining an ethical workplace culture makes perfect business sense. The author outlines the steps toward establishing corporate ethics and why instilling and maintaining a strong code of ethics in workplace culture is a long-term investment.



"Truth comes out of error more readily than out of confusion."

- Francis Bacon