In this micro learning podcast, we will discuss what knowledge management and marketing will look like as we emerge from this pandemic in the office of the future and how to best continue to position these areas in need.

@Caroline Sweeney, Director of Knowledge Management & Innovation, Dorsey & Whitney LLP

Gillian Brennan, Director, Client Relations, Dorsey & Whitney LLP
@Catherine Monte, Chief Knowledge Officer, Fox Rothschild LLP

Recorded on 10-15-2020

When there is a new innovative idea, you want to champion it and deliver on it as fast as possible, but in a responsible way. In this podcast, we will discuss what are some best practices for keeping stakeholders engaged while meeting firm governance standards and security requirements.

Questions from Dan to Nikki: 
-What methods do you use to solicit ideas? 
-How do you vet a pie in the sky idea vs. something practical, especially when it may be something deep in the weeds of a legal practice? (Relatedly, how do determine if an innovative idea is one attorney’s dream but not universal?)
-When do different stakeholder groups get involved in the project? Are ideas vetted through risk, information governance, finance, etc. before they are PoC’d?
-How do you productize your innovative projects?

@Daniel PrattIT Business Relationships Manager, Holland & Knight LLP

@Nicola ShaverManaging Director, Innovation and Knowledge, Paul Hastings LLP 

Recorded on 9-29-2020

Given the current times, many of us find ourselves working remotely due to COVID-19. It can be challenging for attorneys to use various video conferencing tools such as Microsoft Teams. This micro-learning podcast session, will share some tips and best practices to help make this a smoother and more efficient process.

@Josh Lazar
​Chief Information Officer, 18th Judicial Circuit, Florida 

Recorded on 7-14-2020

In this micro-learning podcast, the speaker will share a few tips you should consider before you go on video that will make the overall experience a lot more successful.

@Josh Lazar - ​​Chief Information Officer, Eighteenth Judicial Circuit Court

Recorded on 07-02-2020

Please enjoy listening to this podcast session where we will discuss how to manage people while maintaining morale at the firm during the pandemic.

@Amy Monaghan, Senior Practice Innovations Manager, Perkins Coie LLP

@Ed Empamano, Director of Customer Experience, Perkins Coie LLP

Recorded on 07-01-2020

In this podcast, we will discuss what are best practices for those who will continue to work remotely and to remain motivated and successful?


Patrice Fatig, Paralegal, Ohio Attorney General's Office

Julie Richer, Legal Operations and Discovery Manager, American Electric

In this podcast session, we will provide key tips for successfully creating a firm reporting app that effectively addresses how to cross-train employees to alleviate work disparities and overall staffing and shifting priorities in this current pandemic.

@Daniel Wood, Director of Counsel Assistance, Womble Bond Dickinson (US) LLP


@Allison Duncan, Manager, KM Practice Innovation, Reed Smith
@Bill Koch, CKO, Womble Bond Dickinson (US) LLP​​​

Recorded on 6-19-2020

This podcast series will feature a couple speakers located across the globe who are doing things differently and can offer unique perspectives on what the state of legal innovation looks like in different places.

@Nicola Shaver - Managing Director, Innovation and Knowledge, Paul Hastings, LLP

@Jeremy Coleman - Head of Innovation, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP
@Simon Wormwell - Chief Knowledge & Innovation Officer, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP (Canada)

Recorded on 6-5-2020

In modern workplaces, job titles do not always reflect true influence in an organization. In this podcast, learn how to navigate this aspect of the workplace and how to best express your opinions so that they are heard by decision makers.

Interviewer: Kathleen Ratcliffe, Antitrust, Information Specialist, Ohio Attorney General Office
Speaker: Ginevra Saylor, National Director, Innovation and Knowledge Programs, Gowling WLG

As I write to you today, I am reflecting on the issue of firsts. Not only is this the first P2P of the new year, it is also my first column as CEO of ILTA. This month, you will see our first issues in the re-launch of our HomeBase and PartnerCentral e-newsletters. In late April/early May, we hope to see you at
our first-ever innovation and young professionals events. Actually, my original plan for this column was to reflect on Servant Leadership – that will be a theme across all my columns in 2019. However, first allow me to indulge a little more in a reflection on firsts.

Joy Heath Rush, CEO - ILTA
Beth Anne Stuebe - Senior Content Manager, ILTA

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