Join us as we discuss implementation best practices designed to make contract lifecycle management more efficient and effective across the business enterprise. We will share how to prepare for implementation before it even starts, the critical resources you need to support CLM both during and post-implementation, and the core features you should consider to deliver the most value for legal. This master class will cover:
1. Preparation & Planning for Implementation - The project doesn’t begin when formal implementation begins. There is a lot of groundwork that can be laid prior to vendor selection and implementation kick-off that will set you up for a more successful (and shorter) implementation.
2. Critical Resources for Implementation & Beyond - For each of these roles, identifying the time commitment and expected role/responsibilities of each, both during implementation and long-term product use and support post-implementation. This also includes general education of and expectation setting for all stakeholders.
3. Key Features to Drive Immediate Value - Depending on your objective, the feature most important to you may vary, but these highlight core CLM functionality you should expect out of a CLM vendor to help you move from early stages of use to more advanced CLM down the road.
A short Q&A will follow the presentation.
Ellen Nendorf is the founder of LPM Executive, a boutique legal operations and law practice management consulting firm. She has extensive experience working with lawyers to assess challenges and implement solutions. Previously, Ellen was with Thomson Reuters, consulting on law department management best practices to meet departmental goals of greater effectiveness and cost savings, as well as how best to use data to drive legal and operations strategy. #Virtual
Leading up to her career with Thomson Reuters, Ellen was a successful practicing attorney, specializing in insurance defense litigation. She also has extensive experience within the property & casualty insurance industry. When she’s not nose deep in legal operations, Ellen enjoys traveling with her family. She’s an avid reader, a former yoga instructor, and a haphazard bicyclist. Please visit lpmexecutive.com for more information.
Ellen Nendorf, JD, Founder of LPM Executive