The Market Made Me Do It

By this time everyone and their cousin has probably read The New York Times‘ “Law School Economics:  Ka-Ching!,” which graced the front page of the website and the print Business section in today’s Sunday paper. This won’t be...

Experimentation Comes to Law Land! (One Can Only Hope)

I suppose when we’re quoted in The Wall Street  Journal it’s worth writing about. So it was with a combination of pleasure and surprise that I opened this morning’s browser tabs to find this piece talking about law schools beginning to...

Ideas or Products: The Other Dimension

In “Idea or Product?” I wrote about the difference between organizations that basically view themselves as creating products vs. organizations that see themselves as loyal to an idea. I’m happy to report that the piece generated more than its share...

“Wait and [Never] See”

Last week I wrote about innovation and how the early adopters can gain sustainable competitive advantage. This week is something of a follow-on, albeit one motivated more by recent personal events than frankly by brilliant editorial planning in advance. The variation...
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