FLIP BUZZWORDS:

Data

Webcast · Wednesday 28 April · 3.30pm - 5pm · 1.5 CPD Units

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A survey conducted by management consultants McKinsey & Company revealed that data-driven organisations are 23 times more likely to acquire customers, six times more likely to retain them, and 19 times more likely to be profitable as a result. So, how can the value of data be determined within a legal practice?

In the second FLIP Buzzwords for 2021, our panellists will break down data and delve into the important role it plays in driving business growth. 

Our panellists will address:

  • What is data, and where can you find it? 
  • What approaches and technologies can you use to capture data? 
  • How can you use data to help make informed decisions and better understand your staff, clients and competition? 
  • What are the challenges and potential pitfalls when storing and using data? 
  • Examples of data use within law firms and legal departments.

Register now to get the buzz on Data.

Panellists

Juliana Warner, President, The Law Society of NSW

Juliana Warner - Moderator | Read bio
President, the Law Society of NSW

 

Adjunct Associate Professor
			Peter Dombkins

Adjunct Associate Professor
Peter Dombkins | Read bio

Director, NewLaw,
PricewaterhouseCoopers Australia

Michelle Mahoney

Michelle Mahoney | Read bio
Executive Director of Innovation,
King & Wood Mallesons

Jodie Baker

Jodie Baker | Read bio
CEO, Xakia Technologies
 

Richard Conway

Richard Conway | Read bio
Deputy Group General Counsel & Group Company Secretary, Coca-Cola Amatil
 

 

Webcast details

Date:           Wednesday 28 April 2021
Time:          3:00pm - Webcast login
                        3:30pm - Welcome and introductions
                        3:35pm - Panel discussion including Q&A
                        5:00pm - Webcast concludes
Format:        Webcast
CPD:            1.5 Units, self-allocated
Cost:             Member - complimentary
                        Non-member - $149
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