The 'Intrapreneur' Dilemma: Tools Beyond the 3 Ps
Joshua Kubicki, Chief Strategy Officer at Seyfarth Shaw
Tuesday, May 16
Pricing, project management and practice management professionals frequently are the first to identify new opportunities for growth within a law firm’s underlying business model. To accomplish change, these professionals often must work against firm-defined roles to become an 'intrapreneur.' Joshua Kubicki, an intraprenuer for most of his professional life, will share his successes and failures in designing and launching new business models within mature organizations, including in-house departments, AmLaw 200 firms and global content providers. You will walk away with a change-maker road map that explores a broad range of disciplines and can help move your firm culture and environment forward.
Kim Craig, PMP, Marketing Director of Lean Solutions will also be contributing to the P3 Keynote. Craig leads one of the industry's most mature legal project management, process improvement and technology consultant teams.
About Joshua kubicki
As Chief Strategy Officer at Seyfarth Shaw, Josh Kubicki leads market-driven development and key growth initiatives, and focuses in the areas of growth strategy and innovation. Also in his role, Kubicki oversees the firm’s practice development, marketing, business development, pricing, Lean solutions, business design and business intelligence teams.
Prior to joining Seyfarth Shaw, Kubicki designed and built sustainable businesses and brands, with a focus on emerging models within the legal services market (including legal tech, tech-enabled services and flexible talent models). As the founder and president of Legal Transformation Institute, a consulting firm specializing in business design and growth acceleration, he served a clientele ranging from pre-revenue startups and small regional firms to large international firms and global content providers. Kubicki has also held leadership roles within several global legal service organizations where he led specialty divisions/projects focusing on driving innovation and change into business processes.
Kubicki is a recognized expert, thought leader and entrepreneur within the legal sector, particularly on business of law, future of law, design-thinking, changing competitive landscape and evolution of legal buy practices. He serves as adjunct faculty at Michigan State University, where he developed design-thinking coursework for J.D. candidates. He has received numerous awards and recognition for his work both inside companies as well as within the legal market broadly. He regularly speaks and writes on the broad range of topics encompassed by legal transformation.
For more from Kubicki, follow him on Twitter at @jkubicki.
About Kim CrAIG
Craig is an active leader in driving the firm’s distinctive client service model, SeyfarthLean. Ms. Craig has co-developed the curriculum and delivery of SeyfarthLean, led and oversaw several of Seyfarth’s Green Belt projects and is an active member of the SeyfarthLean Steering Committee.
Craig is the 2011 recipient of the International Legal Technology Association’s (“ILTA”) Professional Services Champion of the Year Award for her leadership in legal project management. She is a member of the Project Management Institute and has collaborated with the American Bar Association to advise on the development of project management curriculum for legal practitioners. She is a frequent speaker on legal project management, legal process improvement and has addressed law school students educating them on these topics. She is a faculty member of Practising Law Institute and has authored several articles related to her field.