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About the course:
The legal industry has been fairly slow to embrace technology. It was not until 2018 that the there was a whopping 713% increase in legal technology investment. According to Bloomberg Law, there is a total of US$1.229 billion in legal technology funding in 2019. Legal industry practitioners have begun to keep an eye out for digital tools available to streamline their customer experience. Even though the human element in the legal industry is a vital component, digital transformation can effectively improve the delivery of legal services in practical and innovative ways.
However, digital transformation is complex and many organisations are struggling with it. It is important to recognise that achieving success in digital evolution is a realistic and manageable goal. According to Forbes, 70% of digital transformation initiatives fail to reach their stated goals because of two primary reasons:
Lack of solid understanding of the root of the organisation’s issues
Failure to align internally to plan and execute transformation strategy.
This course aims to support business leaders and organisations in the legal industry in leading digital transformation from strategising to managing your team.
Who should attend?
This module introduces the common hidden traps in decision making, identifying barriers to change in your business and examine how you could overcome these common pitfalls.
Strategic thinking and planning is crucial in driving your business forward. This module examine how you could establish an effective roadmap to a successful digital transformation.
Technological diversifications is defined as a firm’s expansion of its technology base into a wider range. Explore how you could effectively integrate new technology to your organisation as well as moderating the role of core-technology competence in the relationship.
AI is one of the fastest growing areas in science and tech for its ability to augment human capabilities, but result produced by AI are sometimes questionable due to its unexplainable algorithms. It has garnered concerns among organisations. This module explores the danger of AI and how organisations could be prevented.
Given the strategic orientation of the module, participants should typically have at least 5 years of professional experience in the legal field.
No, there are no in-person meetings at an indicated place for this course. The whole course is based on online learning through an interactive educational platform. By joining the course, you gain access to all materials, video lectures, and online presentations.
Yes, at the end of the course, each participant will receive a certificate confirming the participation and completion of the course.