Management resources can offer law firms the information and resources needed to succeed. With the help of these resources, the law firm should be able to handle most issues facing professionals today. Some management resources that a law firm should have are:
- A continuity plan which takes into account a potential influenza, or other infectious disease, outbreak. The plan should allow continued productivity and protect the organization in such instances.
- A best practices manual for associate management. These practices should account for allowing the firm to recruit and retain top talent, offer competitive compensation packages and profit from associate work.
- A complete compensation best practices resource to help build the skills necessary, to effectively manage and maximize the firm’s compensation budget.
- An assessment and suggestions policy so that the firm is regularly assessing and improving its managment and effectiveness.