How can we adapt to and benefit from innovations and technological development is our businesses? This was the main issue discussed at the VQ Forum at Grand Hotel, Stockholm. Innovations, digitalization and knowledge management goes hand in hand with business development, and are key factors when preparing for the new legal market.
SCC reports in the article that VQ Forum included inspirational and interesting insights and discussions on how to adapt to the technical development in order to increase efficiency, set strategies and manage change within the organisation.
Among the highlights during the day was the opening session by Sara Öhrvall on digitalization and automatization; where it is taking us, and how business can and will benefit from creating an innovative culture and strategy. Sara Öhrvall shared how the capture and analysis of “Big data” creates a mind-blowing tool for knowledge building, and how the usage of robots, self-driving cars and 3D devices are not futuristic, but realistic and happening now.
Challenges and opportunities for legal practitioners were furthermore in focus in the panel debate including Kate Davies, Archana Makol, Rikard Åkerman and Jim Runsten, moderated by SCC Deputy Secretary General Kristin Campbell-Wilson. Here the discussion came back to the earlier sessions on automatization and digitalization and the implications this will have on the legal sector and its practitioners, but also on issues of pricing and organizational changes in law firms.
Read the full article here: “Retrospective: Innovative best practises at the VQ Forum