On Friday I gave you the heads-up about my first ever product offering – The LPO Blue Print.
The background to this is that I was reviewing my customer base a few months ago, and realised that there a growing number of you now asking, “How Do We Implement Our Strategy?”
So, The LPO Blue Print is specifically for those of you who are either:
· Thinking forward to how you will actually implement your emerging strategy, or
· Are actually at the point of executing your strategy
You can really replace the word “strategy” with “project”. For most clients it is the implementation of a first or second LPO project e.g Contracting/Contract Management, Document Review, etc, where they need assistance.
Certainly, anyone attending the 2012 New York Legal Outsourcing Conference will be in this position. For anyone coming to New York, the LPO Blue Print gives them a step-by-step guideline of the learnings they should be taking from the conference. It is probably the most useful pre-conference material you find.
For the vast majority of us who are not attending, The LPO Blue Print is a methodology for launching a successful LPO project, no matter what the scope is. Plain and Simple.
Even for LPO Suppliers the Blue Print will be an valuable tool. It will support your consultancy-based approach to sales and it will help your clients succeed. Nothing guarantees repeat sales like a successful first project.
In addition, The LPO Blue Print fulfils one of the objectives I had for setting up The LPO Program 3 years ago. It was intended to be 100% about getting LPO Data, Information, and Advice out online, to the widest possible audience. In reality, I have spent 95% of my time on site with clients, so The LPO Blue Print is long over due.
You’ll get more details tomorrow. In the mean time, just press “Reply” or email me at [email protected] with any questions, adding to the surprising number of emails that Friday’s announcement generated.
I’ll also let you know about the bonus offer for the first 10 people to buy the Blue Print.
PS – As I also said, I’m off to Tokyo next week a client. If you have any LPO connections, or LPO success stories, in Tokyo, please let me know. I’m trying to make the most of the visit.
PPS – Just to confirm, everyone signing up on Thursday and Friday will get a bonus of a copy of Bill Murray’s own Tokyo adventures in “Lost In Translation”.