Briefing October 2017: Socially capitalise

Socially capitalise
 

Law firms, including Eversheds Sutherland, Bird & Bird, DWF and Michelmores, explain why making a difference to the world outside your office also matters to the business.

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The big idea: Investments in improving the environment and wider society also make business sense, say operational and change leaders at Bird & Bird, DWF, Michelmores, Eversheds Sutherland, and more.

Briefing October 2017

 

Briefing people: Derek Cummings, HR and operations director at Burness Paull, on introducing a new level of agility to the enterprise, why the foundations of the Scottish firm's new growth strategy lie in the cloud and being proud of your place of work.

Also: News, views and top best-practice management tips from leaders at Moore BlatchBaker McKenzieHill Dickinson, Capsticks and Pinsent Masons.

Industry analysis: Justin North, founder of consultancy Janders Dean, takes stock of the state of legal business innovation as it turns 10 – and Bird & Bird explains its movements on e-signatures with Blue Car Technologies.

 

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