Yes, you can tell a roomful of millionaires their business model is wrong

David Maister is credited with rhetorically asking “How do you tell a roomful of millionaires they are wrong?”. Well now Mark Cohen reports he’s found a receptive room of lawyers in Singapore.

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Remaking News of the Week: PwC’s Flexible Legal Resources

Today I feature Ari Kaplan‘s interview with Dr. Marc Morant, Head of Flexible Legal Resources at PwC Switzerland.

In this podcast they discuss the mission of PwC’s Flexible Legal Resources practice. It informs how PwC is building and combining flexi lawyer and compliance specialists with a traditional partner-based model in Switzerland and the UK.

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More on Dialogue on PwC’s moves in legal services. It’s just the beginning….

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Agile working and the legal sector: Towards a clearer definition

In Agile working and the legal sector: Towards a clearer definition Katherine Thomas helps make sense of some the jargon that continues to confuse lawyers seeking to understand what’s happening in legal services and think about how to respond. Written two years ago, the need for this clarification remains cogent today. 

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First steps in launching new practice models in #BigLaw firms

First steps in launching new practice models in #BigLaw firms sees Josh Kubicki return to Dialogue with an introduction to Bold Duck Studio. I don’t usually publish anything smacking of promotion, but First steps in launching new practice models in #BigLaw firms is dead-centre about helping traditional #BigLaw business model firms remake themselves. Don’t miss Josh’s message – and may I suggest spread the word about Bold Duck Studio.

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Law firm business models and workplace culture

Law firm business models and workplace culture contributed by Michael Milnes is an especially welcome contribution to Dialogue on Remaking Law Firms; the piece is based on a Masters thesis and examines the nexus between business models and workplace culture.  

Michael sets out what he learned about making BigLaw firms a great place to work. 

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Remaking News of the Week: BigLaw’s last mile problem

This week on Remaking News we feature Bill Henderson, Professor of Law at Indiana University and founder of Legal Evolution presenting The Legal Profession’s Last Mile Problem.

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