Female Lawyers Still Battle Gender Bias

Despite Advances, Women Still Lag Behind Men in Billing Rate, Management Roles

Despite notching significant gains in the legal world, female law-firm partners continue to lag behind their male counterparts when it comes to billing rates, commanding on average 10% less for their services, according to a new analysis of $3.4 billion in legal work.
Lawyer Patricia K. Gillette said some female rainmakers 'are not getting the credit for what they do.' Ramin Rahimian for The Wall Street Journal Read More

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How Tech and Social Go Hand-in-Hand

Q&A: Brad Feld talks how tech and social go hand-in-hand
With a Klout score of 79 and over 220,000 cumulative followers on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn, it's safe to say that when Feld talks, people listen. Read More

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For Smaller Projects, Try Renting an M.B.A

Got a small project and a small budget? For some companies nowadays, the solution is simple: Rent an M.B.A. to do the work. Companies get trained talent to help with marketing, financial modeling and investor pitches for a fraction of what they would have to pay big firms like McKinsey… Read More

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Consulting on the Cusp of Disruption

After years of debate and study, in 2007 McKinsey & Company initiated a series of business model innovations that could reshape the way the global consulting firm engages with clients.

One of the most intriguing of these is McKinsey Solutions, software and technology-based analytics and tools that can be embedded at a client, providing ongoing engagement outside the traditional project-based model. McKinsey Solutions marked the first time the consultancy unbundled its offerings and focused so heavily on hard knowledge assets. Read More

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On the Job: Here Come the Supertemps

Some 58 percent of companies plan to use temporary employees -- at all levels -- over the next few years, the Harvard Business Review reports. Authors Jody Greenstone Miller and Matt Miller say that temporary employment is no longer limited to administrative assistants, warehouse workers, or other low-level work. High-level people are choosing to work as temporary employees and earning money comparable to what they would have earned as an employee, or even as a partner, in a traditional company. Read More

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