At CB Resourcing we help many of the world’s most successful consulting and professional services businesses hire for Thought Leadership Analysts, usually in professional services or consulting but also in other industries.
Managing procurement within a global enterprise is a tall order in the face of increased complexity and uncertainty. Organisational silos, isolated data, and disparate systems can get in the way of a company’s ability to get actionable insights from data.
Last month, I had the pleasure of moderating an excellent panel at the Consero Legal Operations Forum entitled “Dashboards & Portals: Leveraging Existing Operational Investments for Greater Returns,” in Pasadena, CA.
In a world driven by technology innovation, it is encouraging to learn that three quarters (76%) of legal IT management believe the current legal technology market can meet mid-market firms’ strategic needs. It is less encouraging, however, to discover a serious disconnect between the perception of the IT lead and the firm’s Managing Partner, according to new research from Alternative Events.
Diversity and inclusion isn’t a tick-box exercise – it’s makes legal businesses more competitive by aiding recruitment and retention and bolstering productivity. This month we speak to SME management leaders to find out how firms can become truly equal businesses.
Lawyers – and particularly small firms – are attractive targets for hackers, while a tough new data law spells big trouble for companies that mishandle clients’ information – cyber insurance could be the answer.
Law firms traditionally operated in a seller’s market and were built to benefit lawyers – which might explain why so many are bad at adding value to their services. How do firms change to become truly client-centric businesses?