The legal profession has never faced greater challenges. Keeping up with increasing client demands, ever-changing market conditions, new technologies, and regulatory frameworks is no simple task. Clients want more innovative pricing and delivery models. They also want legal teams to help them find fresh ways to tackle strategic problems.
To stay competitive in this market, firms need to embrace new ways of working - both internally and with their clients. That’s why we’re working with legal teams around the world to help them learn and apply design thinking.
McKinsey & Company research shows that “Design-led organizations realize 10% more revenue than ones that aren’t.”
The Design Management Institute found that design-driven organisations outperform the S&P 500 by a whopping 228%.
We’ve helped law firms and large corporates around the world drive growth by integrating design thinking into their day to day practices. We help our legal services clients with:
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“If our clients don’t want something, it doesn’t matter how excellent or radical it appears. It’s just not going to work.”
Jana Blount, change maker, DLA Piper
In a legal context, design thinking can be applied to challenges being faced within a law firm, or by clients within their organisations.
Over the past six months, an incessant stream of worries has troubled the minds of in-house counsels across the world...