“Little bets” can work for in-house counsel, too

Perry Cone of LeadingInhouse.com reports on a book that may be of interest to in-house counsel:

Although Little Bets is written with the entrepreneur in mind, I believe it has a far wider application, to include in-house counseling and our personal lives. The premise of the book is that in your approach to a project, rather than putting all of your eggs in one basket ("big bets"), try out lots of different little things ("little bets"), knowing full well that many or most will fail, but along the way discovering what works and what doesn’t. Then take those things that work and implement them on a wider scale.

[via LeadingInHouse.com: “Little bets” can work for in-house counsel, too.]

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