In case you missed it (#ICYMI) Issue 320 of my Weekly Digest of all things going on in #legal #strategy #pricing #vbp #CRM #clients #customers #innovation was sent to subscribers earlier today. Check it out here – and if you like it, subscribe.
Thailand’s hotels, businesses and private hospitals should refrain from offering big discounts to lure tourists and focus instead on raising the country’s value as a premium travel destinationDeputy Prime Minister Anutin Charnvirakul
A lot law firms can take-away from this – especially if we are heading into a recession.
Loved, loved, loved the article on abovethelaw.com today that ‘Napping Can Make Lawyers More Productive‘.
Read the article, it’s a gem and Jordan Rothman is my new bestie. I particularly liked:
Management might consider being more open to napping in an office. So long as attorneys meet their billable hour requirements, why should management care what attorneys do while they are in an office?
I’m sure many of us would agree!
Photo credit to Michelle Middleton on Unsplash
Issue 313 of my Weekly Digest of all things going on in #legal #strategy #pricing #vbp #CRM #clients #customers #innovation was sent to subscribers earlier today.
Check it out here: https://bit.ly/3mTY4tM
The latest survey publication by the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) and Major, Lindsey & Africa states that:
54% of legal department spending is staying in-house, up from 49% in last year’s survey.
So what do you do when your client/customer also becomes your biggest competitor? As it happens, I answered that very question way back in July of 2014…