As some of you know, I have spent the last three years studying and working as an actor and I’ve been amazed at how much of what I’ve learned in acting makes my KM work better. So, as a break from the usual KM and legal tech discussions, I thought I would share four of

There is a principle in improvisational theater called “yes, and.” It is the idea that when two people are interacting, and one of them presents a new offer or idea, the other person should both accept the offer (that’s the “yes” part) and enhance the offer by expanding on it (that’s the “and” part). For

There’s a significant focus in the legal industry these days to get creative when it comes to designing a better legal business and a better legal practice. Leaders recognize that imitating their peers’ solutions may keep them in the game, but won’t help them win. Everyone is trying to come up with something new, something

What resource (technological or not) would you invent to transform the legal industry?

This question isn’t about what you think will transform the industry, but rather what you would, if you were all-powerful, create to do so.
Share your thoughts. And don’t just step outside the box, get so far away from it that you

You’ve probably been seeing a whole lot of blog posts and tweets about the upcoming #ILTA11 Conference, and that’s for good reason — the conference is unsurpassed in its ability to combine actionable education with memorable relationship-building opportunities. In addition, one of the unique aspects of the event is its tailoring of certain sessions

Although we know that many of you 3Geek readers are extremely shy about expressing your opinions, we invite you to share your thoughts, visions, and suggestions here to help shape one of the BarCamp sessions at the upcoming ILTA Conference. Note that we encourage you to comment whether or not you’re planning to attend