Using data to its full potential is much more about management than technology, Harvard Business Review says. It can present opportunities for profit and competitive advantage, from product improvements to new revenue streams and possible industry game changers.
LinkedIn is the favorite social media outlet for in-house counsel, but information overload remains a key issue, according to a recent Digital & Content Marketing survey.
Maybe the sky isn’t falling after all, says Medium. Avoiding irrelevance and obsolescence won’t come easy, but there are just some things robots can’t do.
Forbes’ top business trend prediction for 2017 was the rise of subject matter experts. For lawyers who’ve built a career out of honing a special focus in their practice area, capitalizing on this trend should be a piece of cake.
I am amazed by the number of companies and publications that don’t know their own names. If a full-blown style guide is too much to hope for, how about a simple naming convention?
Bingham does it right. The law firm’s official name is Bingham McCutchen LLP, but every biography, press release, brochure and web page refers to it as Bingham. Clearly there was a strongly worded memo from the top, and people now know their jobs depend on using the right name.
Contrast this with most other companies, ranging from Deloitte (to Touche or not to Touche?) to Exxon Mobil (ExxonMobil, The Exxon Mobil Corporation). Even The New York Times can’t seem to decide what to do with its “The”—now you see it, now you don’t.