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  • 12 December, 2015

    Digital disruption in professional services delivery

    . Professional services. Technology

    A new book, 21 years of regulatory innovation through professional standards, marking the 21st anniversary of professional standards legislation in Australia has just been released by the Professional Standards Councils. I am honoured to have contributed the chapter on Digital disruption in professional services delivery.

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  • 6 December, 2015

    Resolving the prioritisation crisis in BigLaw firms

    . beatonlive. Law. Strategy

    In some ways I wish I had read Zone to Win: Organizing to Compete in an Age of Disruption, Geoffrey Moore’s most recent book (2015) while researching the content for Remaking Law Firms (1).  On the other hand it’s pleasing to have come to much the same conclusions as Moore about the urgency in resolving the prioritisation crisis, in my case the […]

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  • 4 December, 2015

    Thinking of selling your firm in 2016? Here are 12 lessons from 2015

    . Accounting. Consulting engineering. Engineering. Law. Management consulting. Mergers & Acquisitions. Other professional services. Strategy

    The end of the calendar year is typically a time to contemplate the future, so if you are thinking of selling your firm in 2016, here are 12 lessons from 2015. For many owners this is the time of year when they contemplate their exit.

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