A Guide to Knowledge Management for Lawyers

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Price
$99.00

CPD Points 1

Competency
  • C1: Practice Management (1)

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Sole practitioners and small firms attending will gain valuable insight and learn some easy strategies to save time and money internally. This seminar will also explore how you build on great knowledge management practices to generate more income.

Author Profiles

A Guide to Knowledge Management for Lawyers

Joanne Casey is a marketing and business development professional with more than 10 years experience in advising professional services firms.

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A Guide to Knowledge Management for Lawyers

Kirsty McPhee is the Knowledge and Business Development Manager for Tottle Partners, responsible for library and knowledge services, as well as coordinating professional development and improving internal processes.

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Course Summary

Sole practitioners and small firms attending will gain valuable insight and learn some easy strategies to save time and money internally. This seminar will also explore how you build on great knowledge management practices to generate more income.

Course Details

Like never before, harnessing and leveraging knowledge and expertise is no longer a luxury, it is a necessary game changer.

Knowledge relates to all the capital owned by people and staff of a company: know-how and expertise, competencies, market experiences etc. Knowledge management helps companies turn this human capital into intellectual capital by creating value.

Sole practitioners and small firms attending will gain valuable insight and learn some easy strategies to save time and money internally. This seminar will also explore how you build on great knowledge management practices to generate more income.