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Carol Sawdye, global chief operating officer of the PwC international network, says firms may need reminding that some project and people challenges are worth the risk.
Last month, I had the pleasure of attending and speaking at the MER Conference in Chicago. The annual event is one of the largest educational conferences focused on addressing the ever-present challenges of managing electronic records from the legal, technical and operational perspectives.
A few months ago, every time I opened my laptop to write a legal blog or webpage I wanted to cry. For the first time, I found myself hating what I used to love.
After a particularly exhausting week, walking back to Kings Cross station after a day of meetings, I found myself in tears to my husband, telling him the idea of writing copy for the rest of my life filled me with a leaden dread.
Then I read Rest by Alex Soojung-Kim Pang.
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Dissing the business card
When someone hands you their business card, do you just stuff it into your pocket without a second glance? Think again. While there are some cultural differences when it comes to swapping business cards, to treat it disrespectfully is a universal faux pas. Look at it before pocketing it.
This month, LPM magazine's Slaying the discout dragon supplement looks at how SME firms can drive profitability by using better data analysis and client communications to stop discounting, with insight from issue sponsors DW Reporting and Wilson Legal.