You’ve decided to set aside 90 minutes today to focus on growing your practice – perhaps it’s that new marketing strategy you want to implement, or you’re looking at ways to improve the conversion of enquiries into paying clients.
You sit down to start.
Team members interrupt you.
The inbox keeps “pinging” with demands for your attention.
Before you know it, your 90 minutes is up and you’ve been ‘busy’ with other people’s agendas and made no progress of your own.
Does this sound familiar?
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.
Customer Relationship Management systems have the potential to give firms a huge competitive advantage – but all too often they don’t because the data being entered is partial, patchy or out of date. Firms have a lot to gain if they can raise the consistency and quality of data entry, argues Simon Elven. The trick lies in utilising software that makes it a painless process.
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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?