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Innovation + Action = InnovAction

Here’s a must-read PDF download for anyone interested in innovation in the legal profession:
The College of Law Practice Management has just released the Inaugural issue of its e-publication called InnovAction, which celebrates innovation in the legal profession.
I’m pleased to be part of a stellar cast of authors featured in this first issue.
In fact, I highly recommend that you read the wide-ranging Roundtable on innovation topics in which I participated with Merrilyn Astin Tarlton, Simon Chester, Matt Homann and Dan Pinnington. Some of the learning Matt and I have had over the past year or so in our LexThink venture made their way into this article.
You’ll also find great articles from Gerry Riskin, Patrick McKenna, David Maister, Silvia Coulter, and Bruce MacEwen, and other great stuff. Kudos to Jordan Furlong for bringing this project to a successful launch.
Download the article here.
While you are downloading great e-publications, be sure to check out Patrick McKenna’s highly-regarded new publication called First 100 Days: Transitioning a New Managing Partner.
[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (]
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2 Responses to “Innovation + Action = InnovAction”

  1. Marcy says:

    Thank you for the link to the PDF (and the post). :o )

  2. Michael Hussey says:

    InnovAction. Wow. I generally like much of what you post, but InnocAction sounds too much like “creovation,” a combination of creativity and innovation. See, Lucy Kellaway, “Who moved my Blackberry?” For a review of Kellaway’s book, please see,

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