Once upon a time there was an enlightened innovative law firm.
Even though they were already successful and not in enough ‘pain’ to have to make changes, they were not complacent but forward thinking. They created the firm around career fulfilment rather than just making money. Roles and career paths were designed around individual’s strengths
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Black and white dogmatism, rather than open mindedness frustrates me.
I am someone who thinks a lot, so if I do something, it is because I have thought about it. It is rare that I am asked a question that makes me think. How often do you ask questions that make your clients think?
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The legal market is becoming more competitive with law firms needing to differentiate themselves and yet innovation has only started to happen in pricing, it is not yet seen as a strategic priority in law firms in areas such as client service. Are innovation and law firms an oxymoron?
Here are 18 reasons why
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In recent months I have been working, and discussing with clients the importance of embracing diversity of thought because of its potential for unlocking business growth.
Interest in this has arisen because of the considerable pressures for organisations of all types and sizes to find innovative means of sustaining, growing and even renewing themselves because
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