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Many of us have been engaged in change projects in law firms for a few years now and we will all know of projects which have made a difference and continue to do so once the label of "project" has been removed and it is business as usual. We will know of others, started for all the right reasons and showing signs of promise through the life of the project, but where people have slipped back into old habits once the spotlight has been removed.
In this inter active session we will discuss some theory (not too much!) and attempt
to tease out some practical tips for really making the new ways of working stick.
This session will be presented by Duncan Ogilvy of 3Kites and will comprise a talk
and then plenty of opportunities to discuss experiences in small groups and 1-
Duncan joined 3Kites in 2012 from National firm Mills & Reeve, where his management career included the role of managing partner, and more recently knowledge management partner with responsibility for the firm's PSLs. Duncan completed an MBA at Nottingham Law School with whom he has retained links, teaching and supervising on the MBA course. Having worked as a fee earner and a manager over many years, Duncan can relate to those roles as he brings objective analysis to bear on the issues firms face as they tackle the need for change. Over the past three years with 3Kites Duncan has been involved in a number of KM and business change projects.
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