As the world changes and emerges from a generational crisis there is an increasing need to work together and form affiliations as there is inevitably strength in numbers and diversity. I believe that we will see much consolidation in the legal markets in the next few years. Those in existing Networks or Affiliations will be well served to review their arrangements and to take stock of “what they want to be” in the new world.
A compilation of the four-part “Law Firm Resilience” series focusing on: Financial Resilience; Operational Resilience; Commercial and Client Resilience; and People Resilience.
Periods of crisis, with sudden disruption to normal working life, create massive potential obstacles to engaging and supporting your people. This requires firms to make some rapid changes.
How you work and communicate with clients in times of crisis is the ultimate test of both your firm’s immediate adaptability and its long-term resilience.
Smarter, faster responses are essential to operating during a crisis, as is restructuring to compete in the new market reality.
In times of crisis, financial decisions need to be made quickly – but they need to be made in context and in line with a clear strategy and direction.
Effective meeting organizers will get ahead of tech-challenged users, set timed agendas, start on time and follow proven protocols for efficient meetings with remote work forces.
Drawing on my two decades of experience in managing and consulting with international and local law firms across the Asia-Pacific region and the Middle East, I have created a three-part video to provide insights into the nature of independent operational reviews, explaining why all firms should consider embarking on these periodically and pointing out some […]
Written on the basis of my two decades of work as a manager and consultant with international and local law firms across APAC and the Middle East, this article provides insights into operational reviews (ORs) – explaining what they are, and why all firms should consider embarking on them periodically. What Is an Operational Review? […]