Beyond Matter-Centricity – Full Matter Life Cycle Management (at ILTA) | Knowledge Management

ILTA – August 26, 2008 9:00 am

There are so many great presentations at ILTA.  And sometimes two that you’d like to attend are happening at the same time.  That’s the case here.  I’d love to have seen this presentation by David Hobbie, of Goodwin Procter (and the Caselines blog) but needed to attend a different one. 

I hope that Doug Cornelius at KM Space (or someone else – maybe noted on Twitter) will cover it.   

From ILTA:

Title: Beyond Matter-Centricity – Full Matter Life Cycle Management
Description: Improved efficiency, productivity and satisfaction are benefits available with accurate client and matter information sharing.  This sharing can provide attorneys and other timekeepers with the needed client and matter information when it is relevant. Learn how firms work toward a matter-centric environment; the types of strategies being developed; and the culture issues in promoting and selling matter centricity.
Speaker(s): David Hobbie – Goodwin Procter LLP
 
Learning Objectives: Learn how to plan matter-centric strategy. 
Identify steps to build your firm’s matter-centric environment. 
Understand the efficiency and cost-saving techniques this strategy can bring to your organization.

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