Briefing April 2016: Reporting the future
Seeing is believing
The way we visualise business information can make a big difference to whether we do the right thing as a result.
What's in this month's issue?
Feature: How organisations in several sectors are adopting new tactics for turning raw data into the actionable insight that delivers results.
Firm profile: Libby Jackson, global head of the new alternative legal services business at Herbert Smith Freehills, explains how that idea - and others - have popped up to provide the promising prospect of differentiation at the top.
Also: Contributions from business and operational leaders at Baker & McKenzie, Pinsent Masons, LOD and King & Wood Mallesons, including our regular bit of 'brain training', this month turning to a major and unsettling matter of both risk and wellbeing management.
Insight: Several interviews and handy analysis from our supplier community - including issue sponsors DW Reporting and Thomson Reuters Elite.