Large law firms are hiring professionals to their C-suites to help unify and streamline pockets of innovation into one cohesive, firmwide vision.
But whether these chief innovation officers will be able to achieve buy-in from their partnerships depends on whether and to what extent those partners have the stomach for experimentation and, yes, failure in pursuit of truly transformative ideas.
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