Managing partners, managing change managing change
Short-term mindset changes vs long-term competitive advantage? Aninder Khera looks at how change management can facilitate the embracement of technology within law firms
The globalisation of clients and law firms has made managing a partnership even more of a challenge in today’s business world. The role of managing partners is becoming tougher, as traditional ways of working together are becoming harder to maintain – the current demise of the traditional lockstep is evidence of this. However, technology is one of many areas that has lent a new edge to managing law firms, bringing them more in line with the rest of the professional services industry and their clients.
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