Kennedy Idea Propulsion Laboratory

Summer is here. Grades are turned in. Several projects have wrapped up. I’m looking forward to a much slower pace for the summer.

I’ve decided to focus on one thing this summer – my Legal Innovation as a Service offerings.

Legal Innovation as a Service(TM) (“LIaaS”) is a fresh approach to provide innovation leaders

I’m so excited to announce my new Kennedy Idea Propulsion Laboratory Community on the Mighty Networks platform.

The KIPL Community is something I’ve wanted to build for many years and I believe I’ve found the best way to do that. I invite you to join in on a transformational journey for innovators in law.

Why

I’ve written extensively about what law departments can do to innovate their panel convergence efforts in recent years, including in my book, Successful Innovation Outcomes in Law: A Practical Guide for Law Firms, Law Departments and Other Legal Organizations. I’ve also made the book chapter on panel convergence available for free here.

There

Book cover imageSome of my friends have convinced me that, because the manuscript is finished and with the book designer and the cover design has been chosen, it’s time that I announce the upcoming publication of my new book on innovation in law. I tend to be cautious about announcing things, so I’m just “pre-announcing” now.

The

Legal Innovation as a Service LogoA while back, I blogged about my plan to create a productized service that I would call “Legal Innovation as a Service.” I’ve now finished work on the offering and am launching it.

I wanted the offering to be simple and target only a few key pain points where I can help forward-looking innovation leaders