Recording Date: 14-Sep-2017
Recording Type: Live Streamed Event
James Price | Managing Director | Experience Matters
James Price | Managing Director | Experience Matters
James Price is a business manager with 30 years' experience in the information industry. He is the founder and Managing Director of Experience Matters, a firm of business advisers in the management of Information Assets. Having worked for a multinational hardware and software vendor, a software developer and a systems integrator and been the Chair of the Board of a Arts company and Group Managing Director of a three medical firms, James formed Experience Matters to address the problem that, whilst Information Assets are vitally important to organisations, by and large they are very poorly managed. Experience Matters has since worked for, and delivered measurable benefits to, national and multinational legal services providers, corporations and all levels of government. James is internationally recognised as an author of peer-reviewed papers and a presenter to business and academic conferences.
Overview: Like all professions, law firms deliver services and create competitive advantage through effective collaboration and communication between a team of capable people and from the data, information, knowledge, wisdom and judgement that they use to advise clients. Those firms that best deploy these human and information assets will be those that prosper. With increased access to information creating digital disruption on one hand and unprecedented opportunities on the other, managing data and information effectively is business-critical for every industry, but particularly for the legal professions.
Like all professions, law firms deliver services and create competitive advantage through effective collaboration and communication between a team of capable people and from the data, information, knowledge, wisdom and judgement that they use to advise clients.
Those firms that best deploy these human and information assets will be those that prosper. With increased access to information creating digital disruption on one hand and unprecedented opportunities on the other, managing data and information effectively is business-critical for every industry, but particularly for the legal professions.
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