“In the highly competitive legal industry, law firms constantly seek strategies to boost profits, acquire new clients, retain employees and attract top talent. While, traditionally, the focus has been on implementing strategic business plans for financial success, it’s time that firms heed the words of Peter Drucker (often dubbed the “father of management thinking”), who said, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.'”

In the July 5th issue of ROI-NJ, Mandelbaum Barrett PC Chief Marketing and Culture Officer Lauren Lynch emphasizes that in an increasingly saturated legal market, firms must differentiate themselves from their competitors, whether for retaining talent or clients. She breaks down key elements that law firms can use to develop a strong culture which is essential to build a sustainable and profitable future where employees and clients thrive.

Read the full article in ROI-NJ here.