Well, Isn't That Predictable? Assaying the possible and probable changes to a plan is key to success (Edge Int'l)


In hindsight, it is so easy to observe the faulty judgment of the climbers. The failure to plan for absolutely predictable events left the climbers with diminished choices about how to protect themselves.


What does this have to do with practicing law?  Well, in Legal Project Management sessions with lawyers, we deconstruct matters that did not live up to client expectations. We ask "were the events you experienced in this matter predictable from the outset?"  or "have they ever happened before?" 

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