The Need For Project Management In The Legal Profession

Heaven is where: French are the lovers, Brits are the police, Italians are the cooks, and Germans organize everything. Hell is where: Germans are the lovers, French are the police Brits are the cooks, and Italians organize everything. As the European joke above highlights — organization is important, especially for those in the legal and…

A Millennials Transition From Road Warrior To Normalcy

When you’re searching for employment your senior year of college, jobs that shill cross-country travel can quickly catch attention. The idea of jet-setting across the country for work and rejecting the perceived monotony of office life was highly attractive. Flying first class, per diems, and enjoying the swanky clubs for frequent flyers can seem like…

Consulting: Don’t Just Consult, but Help Them

Consulting: Don’t Just Consult, but Help Them Digineer

As a consultant I am called upon as an expert to provide technical and professional guidance and recommendations. The knowledge and skills gained over 26 years of professional project management makes me qualified to do the job. Certain certifications achieved along the way validate this particular skill set. However, the most important part of consulting…

Consulting Vs. Contracting, A Recruiter’s Perspective

Consulting Vs. Contracting, A Recruiter’s Perspective Digineer

Over the year’s countless terms have been used to describe an interim worker (e.g. contractor, consultant, temp, seasonal worker, specialist, staff augmentation, etc) but there are two that stand out in the professional services industry: CONTRACTING AND CONSULTING. Is there a difference between the two? –Contractors are coming in for a specific task/project, period of…