Looking to the future
Knowledge Management - Asomi N'Ithia reports on the recent 'visions & strategies for knowledge management' seminar, sponsored by microsoft and perceptive technology
The future success of law firms will depend on how well they capture, manage and disseminate their knowledge. Knowledge management (KM) in the legal profession has come a long way from being just document and case management systems. Cultural, business processes and technological issues are now being addressed. The seminar set out to:.highlight the key challenges facing law firms;.illustrate visions for the future of KM in law firms;.demonstrate the shift in the KM paradigm;.share experiences gained from real-life examples of KM strategy development and implementation.The first in a series, the seminar, which had more than 60 attendees, got off to a great start. Speakers from Baker Robbins, Microsoft, Perceptive Technology and Morgan Cole were faced with a demanding audience that included representatives of Bird & Bird, Clifford Chance and Masons.
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