18 February 2018 Jayden Major

#36 – Foundations for the future the ‘how to do it’ webinar – How to incubate and iterate your business model

This is a podcast of the ‘Foundations for the future the ‘how to do it’ webinar – How to incubate and iterate your business model – now’ held on 8 February 2018.

Many observers are predicting that the changes to the legal and professional services industries over the next 3 years will be unprecedented.

A ‘perfect storm’ across issues such as digital disruption, de-leveraging and new entrants mean that the only certainty will be change.

The key question for every professional is – what do we do?

As part of our ‘Foundations for the Future’ series, this webinar will use case studies and provide practical ideas that can be immediately implemented, while exploring –

  1. The Innovation ‘Bible’
  2. The power of ‘and’
  3. Where do all the good ideas come from
  4. What’s better, what’s best for professional service firms right now

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