Tag Archives: innovation

Being more innovative: snippet summary

It’s a tall order… being more “innovative”… but the legal world is changing and you need to keep up… easy to say … difficult to do. If it’s on your agenda, hopefully this snippet summary will help: previous articles on innovation … Continue reading

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Learning and innovation …

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Passion-based KM

My son has just started secondary school and I was at his school last night to learn about their “skills” lessons. It sounds fantastic. More than one parent asked if they could come along. In addition to learning how to … Continue reading

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Agility innovation and learning

With the changes to the legal market place, firms can no longer sit still or follow the crowd. The ability to be agile and innovative, un-learn, learn and adapt, is becoming more important than ever, so I thought it’d be … Continue reading

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3 practical techniques to improve your creativity.

“Creativity” is not just about art and crafts. The law can be an incredibly creative and innovative profession. As part of my series on learning and knowledge creation (to help you with the new CPD/continuing competence regime) I’m looking at … Continue reading

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Learning is not compulsory …

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Heads of Knowledge Q&A (1) – Henrik Fagerholt

I’ve been interested in the people behind the Head of Knowledge role in law firms for a while now. It is often a role with a wide remit, encompassing difficult issues of organisational psychology with information technology. What kind of … Continue reading

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