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The Geek In Review Ep. 80 – Yes, And … A Return to KM 101 with Eugene Cipparone

  While we have a few comedic moments on the podcast (usually unintended), we actually have a real-life comedian, Eugene Cipparone , join us on this week’s episode. Eugene is a lawyer, who took a few years off to join The Second City comedy troop in Toronto, before working his way back into the legal industry as Goodmans, LLP’s Director of Professional Support. With the pandemic, the need for support, and KM resources became critical. Eugene’s ability to understand the needs of his fi...
Tags: Podcast, Cook, Law, Uncategorized, Toronto, Training, Food Network, New Orleans, Eugene, American Association of Law Libraries, AALL, Goodmans LLP, KM, Apple Podcast Contact, Eugene Cipparone, Michelle Cosby


Episode 27: Heather Ritchie on Marketing, BD, KM, and Library Collaboration

“All Problems Are Communications Problems.” This is Greg’s go to phrase when it comes to working with and leading others. Marlene actually beats Greg to the punch this week when they talk with this week’s guest, Heather Ritchie. Heather is the  Chief Knowledge and Business Development Officer at  Hicks Morley Hamilton Stewart Storie LLP in Toronto, and as her title suggests, she wears multiple leadership hats at her firm. In her recent ILTA KM article, “12 Ways Marketing & Business Development...
Tags: Facebook, Podcast, New York, Hollywood, Law, Uncategorized, Marketing, Toronto, Library, Collaboration, Communications, Greg, Ritchie, Business Development, Marlene, ILTA


Episode 26: Cat Moon on Legal Problem Solving for the 21st Century

Vanderbilt Law School Professor, Cat Moon, doesn’t just have one of the coolest names in the legal industry, she also brings insights and a perspective on the human element of legal project management. Human centered design thinking is a core function of her teaching. It all goes back to the fact that you can teach law students, lawyers, and legal managers all the concepts in the world, but it’s all for naught if you leave out the human element. Professor Moon also gives a brutally honest view o...
Tags: Facebook, Podcast, New York, Law, Congress, Uncategorized, New York Times, Moon, Legal Project Management, Thomson Reuters, Devil, Pacer, South Florida, Greg, James Goodnow, Marlene