Law Firm Leadership: Is It Like Managing the Best Baseball Players?

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Have you ever wondered how a baseball manager can lead a team with several players making significantly more money? I thought of that question recently when three managers were inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame: 2014 MLB Hall of Fame Inductees: Tony La Russa, Joe Torre, Bobby Cox

Years ago my firm gave me a copy of Patrick McKenna and Gerry Riskin’s booklet: Herding Cats. That title reminded me of what it must be like to be the manager of a top baseball team. I am sure there are technical things I do not understand, but I also believe each manager knows how to take a group of individual stars and get them to win as a team.

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