[This article originally appeared on Slaw.ca] The legal profession could be improved a bit. Ok, it could be improved a lot. One might say it could use more "innovation." Yet it seems like the harder one pushes for innovation, the harder others push back. Despite acknowledgement that the nature of legal services will take time … Continue reading Is “Innovation” a Bad Word in Law Firms?
[Note: this article previously appeared on Slaw.com] Intro I recently saw an exciting legal tech product that has a lot of potential. I think it could make many people's lives much easier. And a partner wants to mandate its usage! You can probably see where this is going. It was a struggle the moment we … Continue reading Convenience is King
Everett Rogers developed the now-standard framework for how an innovation diffuses throughout society. Geoffrey Moore went into greater detail on the adopter types. I understood conceptually that these various groups are based on certain differences, but it wasn't until I mapped these out (based on Moores book) that I realized how distinct these groups really … Continue reading A detailed comparison of technology adopter types