The baby boomer generation is rapidly retiring – leaving a large void in the leadership of law firms that did not plan ahead for this eventuality. Given the potential business impact of losing clients when an attorney retires, it would serve law firms well to avoid procrastinating and begin succession planning now.
Law firms realize the greatest value from new technology when users actually use it – and use it well. How can you accelerate the adoption of new technology? Here are six methods that can help you achieve a positive outcome.
- How Total Performance Management Can Help You Achieve a Stronger Bottom Line GalleryBlog, Consulting Firms, Consulting Services, Financial Services, Law Firms, Services, Software, Specialized Expertise, Wilson Ideate, Wilson Pricing & Planning
By bringing together data, insight, and action, firms can take a total performance management approach to operations to achieve a stronger bottom line. See how you can make the most of new tools that enable improvement.
- New BI Software? How to Overcome Obstacles and Improve Outcomes GalleryAccounting Firms, Advisory Services, Blog, Consulting Firms, Consulting Services, Financial Services, Law Firms, LawDrill Inquiry & Analytics, Services, Software, Specialized Expertise, Wilson Ideate, Wilson Pricing & Planning
Many law firms are taking a hard look at the software they’re using to surface information that supports strategic decisions. To improve a business intelligence (BI) software roll out, we suggest concentrating on these four key areas of focus.
As you consider implementing new software at your firm, adding the following four key action items to your to-do list can help you complete these core stages successfully.
The writing is on the wall. It’s time to change practice management systems. How can you trim cost from your software implementation and still get the greatest value? Here are some tips on getting your budget just right.
- How Solid is Your Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Plan? See How Your Firm Measures Up. GalleryAccounting Firms, Advisory Services, Blog, Consulting Firms, Consulting Services, Financial Services, Industries, Law Firms, Services, Specialized Expertise
It’s budget time in the legal services industry. How much should your firm earmark for disaster recovery and business continuity? This post offers guidance on what to factor into your 2017 plans.
Data validation is an important part of the data conversion process when transitioning to new financial management software. To streamline this effort, validation should be a multi-step process.
New technology enables better ways to complete tasks. Greater efficiency. Better visibility. Tighter security. But how can you streamline the colossal effort involved with implementing new practice management software? Here are the critical success factors I’ve gleaned from my years as a software implementation project manager.
- Disaster recovery and business continuity: Why now is the time to prepare for the worst GalleryAccounting Firms, Advisory Services, Blog, Consulting Firms, Consulting Services, Financial Services, Industries, Law Firms, Services, Specialized Expertise
Disaster recovery and business continuation procedures are becoming hot topics as law firms become increasingly dependent on data. For firms without a solid plan in place, the impact of unexpected events could be devastating.