What we have discovered is that lawyers don’t want to plan, because they feel the process is faulty.
- You don’t want to waste time on unnecessary bureaucracy, on templates that don’t get you anywhere.
- You don’t want to have your partners judging you.
- You don’t want to repeat the same empty phrases year after year.
- You don’t just want to list things over which you have no or very little control.
And if the process is faulty, the plans that emerge are faulty too: vague statements of intent, long lists of intended actions, usually developed in isolation.