Our firm is a 12 attorney firm in Dallas. Our practice areas are business transaction and litigation. We also have an active energy practice. The past two years have been difficult for us financially. What are some of the successful firms doing right?
In spite of the recent economic woes many small firms have still done well. Many of these firms were those that:
I believe that law firms that fail to focus their practices, set goals, measure accomplishments, and foster accountability will fall short and not meet their financial objectives. Law firms that fail to plan are planning to fail.
Law firms as well as solo practices need to begin focusing their firms and practices, setting firm and individual production goals, measure accomplishment and implementing systems to instill accountability from all members of the team – attorneys and staff alike.
What gets measured is what gets done.
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John W. Olmstead, MBA, Ph.D, CMC
Posted at 09:14 PM in Strategy
Tags: business models, Law firm strategy