No More Wigs And Robes? Are We Near The Tipping Point In Professional Firm Management And Structure?


Gerry Riskin, the distinguished international consultant, quoting from his article, The Seven Immutable Laws Of Change Management, laid out truly sensible rules for managing change in law firms (and applicable as well to accounting firms.) But what was really remarkable was that he was talking about a word – change -- that, until recently, had as little currency in the professions as, well, competing.

In a recent article by Gerry’s Edge International partner, Ed Wessemann, the author talks about why law firm associates, and, he says, even young partners, “…have a different set of aspirations and values than previous denerations.” Startling reading, and helpful conclusions.

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