Often, we hear that the mistakes are what make us learn the most; during this podcast series we will find out what should have happened, what actually happened, and then dive into lessons learned. Knowing that hard work often breeds success, we want to know how a “What Went Wrong” moment changed the course of a career, an idea, or a life.

Speakers:
Isidore U. Okoro - Director of Information Technology, Miller Johnson
Beth Anne Stuebe - Senior Content Manager, ILTA

Why, Why, Why, Why Why?

Let’s dig into whether the “Five Whys” or the “Three Whys” or even “One Why” are the right questions to ask to help lead your legal organization into the future. Could any number of Why? help advance innovation projects in your organization? The Five Whys is an iterative interrogative technique to explore the cause and effect relationships underlying a particular problem.

Speakers:
TJ Johnson - Strategy Director, Olenick
Beth Anne Stuebe - Senior Content Manager, ILTA

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.

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

Welcome to the inaugural edition of the ILTA podcast "HopsCast". Here we'll talk technology, innovation, ILTA, sports and how they relate to life, and assorted other ILTA fun facts.

Speakers:
Beth Anne Steube, Content Marketing Manager - ILTA
Rick Krzyminski, Chief Knowledge Management Officer - Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz

January 3, 2019

What Went Wrong

Welcome to the inaugural edition of the ILTA podcast "What Went Wrong". Here, safe within the confines of the podcast, and long removed from the origin of the stories we’ll look back on, we’ll discuss with ILTA members, partners, and colleagues pinnacle moments in their careers — that all started — with something that went wrong.

Speakers:
Beth Anne Steube, Content Marketing Manager - ILTA
Michele Gossmeyer, Global Director, Information Governance, Risk and Compliance - Dentons

January 3, 2019

Asking the Right Questions

I’ve always been known as the “What About?” person. Through my days as IT Director of a law firm, managing the law department of a global life insurance company, working with many IT Leaders across the legal industry in my work at ILTA, and now as legal strategist at an IT services and consulting firm (Olenick), I’ve been the one asking “Why?” and “Why Not?” Being inquisitive has helped me fill in context and lead successful, creative problem-solving projects. I’ve honed my provocative questioning skills over time, and now I share ideas on how to ask the right questions, at the right time, of the right people, and in doing so, help lead your legal organization into a successful future.

Speakers:
Beth Anne Steube, Content Marketing Manager - ILTA
TJ Johnson, Practice Development Lead - Olenick & Associates

In this day and age, compensation alone, is no longer enough to attract and retain top talent. I’ve noticed this first hand in the eDiscovery market. I speak to ten plus candidates in a given day and I always ask the question, “What is most important to you in a new role?” Ten years ago, that answer was usually in the world of money, or benefits, but today, about 80% of individuals I speak to are answering that question with something related to culture. To be clear, this does not mean that organizations are able to pay under market, it simply means that they must build an offering beyond compensation in order to remain competitive and win top talent. The companies in the eDiscovery space that are most successful in attracting top talent are offering innovative cultures as their weapon against compensation warfare.

Speakers:
Beth Anne Steube, Content Marketing Manager - ILTA
Nikki MacCallum, Strategic Talent Manager - Lighthouse

Happy New Year! I can’t believe almost a quarter has passed since we last “spoke” via Peer to Peer. The old saying about time flying when you’re having fun is certainly true from my perspective. I have been enjoying every minute of meeting with the citizens of ILTA-land: members, volunteer leaders, business partners, and ILTA staffers.

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

Secure and productive mobility has never been more possible. Lighter hardware, feature-rich software, and intuitive security are culminating in a new zenith for mobility.

Speakers:
Beth Anne Steube
, Content Marketing Manager - ILTA
Chris Owens, CTO - Kraft & Kennedy, Inc.

Positioning to serve your clients better.

Speakers:
Beth Anne Steube, Content Marketing Manager - ILTA
Michael Lowe, President - Harding-Lowee, LLC

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