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The article correctly identifies three digital culture deficiencies: 1) functional department silos, 2) a fear of taking risks, and 3) a difficulty in forming and acting on a single view of the customer. Sound familiar?
An interesting perspective on how artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet-of-Things (IoT) are changing traditional ways we think about various business categories (e.g., B to C, B to B). [...]
In early 2017, approximately 30 general counsel began working with AdvanceLaw on a GC Thought Leaders Experiment to understand client-law firm relationships, spark discussion, and provide in-house counsel and [...]
A successful data and analytic (D&A) function is more than a stack of technologies, or a few people isolated on one floor of the building. D&A should be the [...]
Technology’s impact on the legal industry is spurring a growing market for new in-house Talent — and its not just in e-discovery or cybersecurity. At Legalweek West’s “New Roles in IT for Law Firms and Legal Departments,” speakers shed light on several new and less-noticed jobs currently blooming at law firms and legal departments -- innovation officers, data scientists, and Knowledge Management/ Client Solutions Project Analyst (the last one is so 2000 but always important).
With each passing day, we are increasingly living in an algorithmic universe, due to the easy accumulation of big data. How can management provide some kind of check on the sometimes naïve, sometimes sophisticated corporate use of algorithms?