Better Innovation Metrics, Please

Successful outcomes This blog is a call to action to use better innovation metrics. Innovation means many things to many people. I have always suspected that was because without proper metrics it is difficult to define what makes innovation. Take for example success. What is innovation success? An example of a successful new product is […]

Commonalities Between Board Game Rules and ChatGPT Guidelines

Did a new board game find its way under your Christmas tree this year? The joy of exploring the rules, playing an open round, and uncovering the game’s intricacies is a familiar delight. But, how does this playful approach compare to the way organizations navigate the uncharted territory of advanced technologies like ChatGPT and other […]

Navigating the Deployment of Microsoft Copilot Licenses

Update Feb 2024 As of mid-January 2024, there is no longer a minimum limit on Copilot licenses. See below. That means you can now start with a small pilot. However, thinking through what and how you will pilot will still be relevant, as well as thinking through if and how you will introduce MS Copilot […]

The Hidden Resource in Legal Tech Projects: Attorney Time

In the world of legal technology, one essential resource often goes unnoticed and unaccounted for in project proposals – attorney time. In this blog, we’ll explore why legal tech project proposals frequently exclude the most precious resource, shed light on the importance of attorney involvement, and provide valuable insights into optimizing these projects. Why Attorney […]

AI Insights: 3 Lessons from Real Project Experiences

In the ever-evolving world of artificial intelligence, Generative AI has taken center stage, promising new horizons of productivity and innovation. As we venture into the eighth week of our Generative AI Derisking Program, we’ve gleaned essential AI insights that can significantly benefit teams embarking on a similar journey. These lessons transcend the technical aspects, delving […]

Adoption challenges are for the most part preventable

If lawyers or legal professionals don’t understand why a new technology is beneficial or how it is aligned with their organization’s strategic goals, what will drive them to adopt it? This is the problem PhD in Innovation Floor Blindenbach examines in her most recent column for Legaltech Hub titled, “Adoption Challenges, Blame the Business Case! Seriously.” Carving […]

De-Risking Innovation for Law Firms

Does your law firm possess the metrics and processes to track its legal tech investments and returns? When your firm is flourishing, you may get away with not tracking this information. However, in challenging times, you must be able to rely on your innovation capabilities. This becomes impossible when the automatic response in times of […]

Interview with Daya Naef -about GENERATIVE AI (CHATGPT) in law firms

  Daya Naef is the founder of the Success Partner. She interviewed Dr. Floor Blindenbach and together they discuss how (smaller) law firms can take advantage of a new technology like ChatGPT. Among others, they discussed the Generative AI (ChatGPT) Project Program that Organizing4Innovation is launching on August 31.          


Generative AI (ChatGPT) will change many white-collar jobs and professional service organizations, including yours. When or how exactly? We don’t know either. Talking and speculating about what the technology can and cannot do, however, can take a lot of time. Time that is unlikely to yield much in terms of results. On the other hand, […]

PDMA Handbook – Fourth Edition

Wiley: “State-of-the-art overview of all aspects of new product development from start to finish” The Product Development and Management Association (PDMA) Handbook of Innovation and New Product Development provides an exceptional review of cutting-edge topics for both new and experienced product development leaders, and academics interested in emerging research, offering a comprehensive and updated guide to […]