ALA Prepares for Fall Virtual Conferences, Upcoming Business Partner Solutions Series Webcasts, and more.
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ALA TODAY: The Virtual Conference this month, #ALAIsHere, COVID-19 Impact, Upcoming Business Partner Solutions Series Webcasts and Featured Legal Marketplace Profiles.
Today's climate has forced us to work remotely away from our colleagues and to figure out how to keep things running smoothly. The good news is that #ALAisHere for you to help you navigate the unknowns and help you discover new solutions to your everyday work issues. As such, ALA is excited to announce a Virtual Conference opportunity for members, business partners and other legal management professionals this summer.
ALA wishes to be a resource for our members during coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. We've created a webpage that will be updated regularly to help you make fact-based decisions regarding your workplace and community. Click here to access the page.
BP Prespective: Insights From a Business Partner Built to Last: 3 Successful Partnerships Between ALA Members and Business Partners
ALA BOLD Bites: Featured Article Tech Trends for Small Firms This article questions legal industry thought leaders about the tech tools they expect to see more and more small firms adopt in 2020, including online schedulers, virtual assistants and cloud-based practice management. | Attorney at Work via PDAC
The business partner relations team would like to share with you our new year’s resolution and encourage all of you to do the same. We are abolishing the word vendor and only using business partner. Whether it’s at an ALA event, at your law firms or law departments, and even at home, the word vendor has got to go. You may be saying to yourself why or even who cares? So, let’s examine the difference between a vendor and a business partner.
We’ve all heard that to be successful we need to build good, strong, lasting business relationships. But it takes a great deal of time and energy, and people don’t seem to want to put in the work. News flash: Lasting business relationships just don’t happen without dedicated and consistent work. Here are a handful of ways to build lasting business relationships.