Seven articles published by me during 2010 and references to posts about them

My last update on articles published by me was back in February (See my post of Feb. 4, 2010: seven articles published in 2009). Since then, the never-resting pen has written seven more. Click on the link if you would like the article. Better, let me know what you think of what I wrote.

  1. Eight categories of metrics for managers of legal departments (See my post of Jan. 8, 2010: plus seven profundities on quantification.).
  2. Five bold innovations in my benchmark research (See my post of March 8, 2010: 5 improvements in benchmarking.)
  3. How to keep your lawyers in distant offices feeling like they are part of one department (See my post of March 11, 2010: 20 ways to integrate a dispersed department.).
  4. For RFP processes, the power of a bidders’ conference call (See my post of May 28, 2010: bidders’ conference calls.)
  5. Some difficulties when you collect metrics from many law departments (See my post of May 20, 2010: four methodological challenges of benchmarking.).
  6. Ten ways that law firms can make use of law department benchmarks (See my post of Oct. 5, 2010: co-authored with Bruce Heintz.).
  7. Core competencies of law departments (See my post of Dec. 15, 2010: discusses specifics and five consequences of the approach.).

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