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Roger is an executive consultant with over 25 years of experience at Fortune 500 companies as well as at small to medium-size companies. He has an extensive background in developing and implementing strategies and processes at over 30 companies across a wide variety of industries. Roger has worked on strategy and process efforts for Faegre Baker Daniels. Roger’s experience includes corporate and executive roles at IBM, Wells Fargo, and UnitedHealth Group, as well as consulting roles for numerous clients.

Winning New Business with Legal Process Improvement

Winning New Business with Legal Process Improvement

When a potential client asks why they should do business with your firm, do you struggle for an answer more substantive than, “because we’re really good lawyers?” Clients increasingly want to see the “why” that sets your firm apart — and Legal Process Improvement (LPI) can help provide the answer. LPI helps you understand, and […]

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