Posts By: Lee Garbowitz

Three Strategies for Law Firms Making the Transition To a Centralized Procurement Model

Lee Garbowitz | August 17, 2020

The centralization of the procurement function within an organization, in which the purchase of goods and services is managed by a single department for all branches of the business, emerged in recent decades as a key operational strategy for increasing efficiency and reducing costs. This model makes it much easier for an organization to maintain policies and procedures that enable smarter buying across the company.

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A Clear Vendor Governance Strategy Can Help Law Firms Weather an Economic Downturn

Lee Garbowitz | April 03, 2020

As we face the prospect of an economic downturn, firms are looking at ways to best position themselves. A centralized, clear vendor governance strategy that aligns with the firm’s strategic direction can aid in responding to economic turbulence. Vendor governance can help a firm readily identify operational costs for reduction, minimizing the impact on profits, and sustain those cost savings during an economic downturn.

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Vendor Risk Management: Overcoming Internal Roadblocks and Building a Leading Program

Lee Garbowitz | June 19, 2019

HBR and GLG Law (Gerson Lehrman Group, Inc.) recently co-hosted their first education session on Vendor Risk Management in New York City. This session was part of a quarterly series to provide expert insights into topics that are front-of-mind among legal procurement leaders. HBR’s partnership with GLG, a platform connecting professionals to expert insights, ensures the sessions deliver information from industry-leading sources.

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