Taking advantage of the freedom the cloud affords is fast becoming the first choice for positive digital disruption, and many British legal firms have dared to reimagine their business and realise the benefits the cloud can bring.
A recent report into innovation in the legal sector found that although many firms recognise that technological innovation can help them to differentiate themselves from the competition, many practices are still not taking the required steps to capitalise on the opportunity that innovation offers them.
During my recent visit to Denver for the 2018 Aderant Momentum conference, I noticed a common theme as I interacted with attendees at the conference: Many law firm leaders are currently questioning the effectiveness of their financial reporting systems.
In the late 80s and early 90s, I worked for a bank to develop an automated system supporting customer service representatives. The purpose of the system was to enable support staff to facilitate credit card applications.
The 2018 Knowledge Management Forum featured a number of notable sessions including “How will technology impact your role”, which focused on the increasing use of technology, automation, and data and what it means for knowledge professionals.
Perhaps the most worrying thing to come out of the AI world this week was ‘Norman’. Now admittedly creating a psychopathic AI sounds like a terrible idea but the creation of Norman’s is designed to help to raise awareness of growing issues within AI research.
HBR Consulting had the privilege of hosting an interactive workshop at the 2018 Corporate Legal Operations Consortium (CLOC) Institute that challenged participants to take their law department operations up a notch.