Taking charge of strategy
Legal IT Top 100: New technologies are responsible for bringing about rapid and radical changes within business. This means chief information officers must be business leaders as well as technology leaders, reports Justin North
As law firms have grown larger and evolved over time, there is now recognition that they are in fact global organisations and need to be managed as such. Competition and the drive to increase profitability has resulted in a requirement for more professional, proactive and strategic leaders within firms, both on the legal side and on what has traditionally been labelled the ‘support departments’ side.
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