"Now we understand the most important things that we need to do to succeed."
-- Partner in a Walker Clark client law firm in Central America
Your firm has tried strategic planning in the past, but your partners think that it was a waste of time.
You have a strategic plan, but have not been able to achieve most of its goals.
Your partners are busy and don't have the time or money to spend on another unproductive business-school exercise led by consultants who know almost nothing about your firm or the day-to-day realities of the business of practicing law.
Your firm's revenue per lawyer has been static or slowly declining over the past three years.
You are not sure how to respond to the changes that are taking place in your market or in your firm.
If any of these statements describe your law firm, you are ready for a Walker Clark® Strategic Priorities Review.
The Strategic Priorities Review has four major steps:
- information collection to ensure that your strategy is well-informed --- based on business reality rather than wishful thinking
- a Strategic Priorities Conference, which usually lasts one and one-half days and gives you and your partners an opportunity to give your strategic thinking a good, hard intellectual shake
- a comprehensive written report, with specific recommendations, action plans, and performance measurements, all of which are intensely focused on producing the best return on your investment of time, intellectual energy, and resources
- unlimited implementation advice and support to help you move from planning to successful action in the critical first 90 days after you receive our report.
Regardless of whether your firm's business strategy fills an entire binder, is unwritten, or even non-existent, the Strategic Priorities Review cuts through the uncertainties and ambiguities to focus on what your firm needs to do to succeed in your market.
Contact us to discuss how a Walker Clark® Strategic Priorities Review can help your firm to overcome the obstacles and achieve your firm's full strategic potential.