Episode 85: S8E5 – Philosophies for Change Management
What is the most effective way of approaching change management to achieve business success?
On this episode of the Blackletter podcast, host Tom Dunlap continues his three-session interview with Terry Dohrmann, founder of the legal operating software company Litify. Terry discusses the obstacles that he faced to build and grow Litify. As the founder of a developing company, Terry has many experiences with change management for his organizational team as well as his potential client base. He shares the philosophies he developed regarding successful change management practices and how he navigated the tactical challenges involved in delivering technology products and services to a new market.
In Season 5, Blackletter has covered a variety of topics, from building a positive and productive culture to cybersecurity in a remote workspace. We cover topics that have been exaggerated by...
Today, Tom Dunlap chats with Stefan Leipold, the CEO of Stark. He is also the inventor of the magnetic privacy screen for laptops and PCs. Tom and Stefan discuss cyber security concerns and...
In this episode of the Black Letter Podcast, Tom Dunlap and Stephanie Eberhart of neXco National discuss networking, professional development and the hiring process in a virtual world. The...
In this episode, Tom Dunlap and Kurt Klaus of Dunlap, Bennett, and Ludwig chat with Will Gee, the CEO of Balti Virtual about the field and future of augmented and virtual reality. Listen in as they...
In this episode, Tom Dunlap chats with Heinan Landa, President & CEO of Optimal Networks, about how law firms can modernize their use of technology to better meet the changing world's needs....
On this special episode of the Black Letter Podcast, we highlight our favorite top talking points over the course of the entire show. Business Development & Marketing Your Professional...
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