For many AmLaw 100 and 200 law firms, experience management is one of the most important stated initiatives for 2012. Knowing what your partners do and knowing how to easily sort, parse and leverage this data is a top priority for managing partners, law firm chairs and executive committees. If you want to learn more about the focus shift of these projects from the IT department to your firm leaders’ agenda, you must register for this program.
ILTA, the International Legal Technology Association, is hosting a webinar Tuesday, January 31, 2012 called, “Experience Databases and Management: If you Build it, (How) will they Come?” It’s free to all who want to dial in, because my company, Content Pilot is sponsoring it.
Cheryl Disch, Senior Manager, Marketing Information Systems at Duane Morris is the program organizer, and our panelists include Katherine (Kate) Cain, Manager of Business Intelligence, Winston & Strawn, and Lisa Simon, Chief Marketing Officer, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck. I am the moderator.
To prepare for the webinar, and to tailor our discussion to the interests of our audience, we are conducting a short Zoomerang survey. If you are reading this and you haven’t completed the survey, please do so — I’ll report on the survey results during the webinar and in my next blog post. It won’t take longer than 3 minutes – I promise.
During our webinar, we will discuss the technology and systems – whether to build or buy, and what Winston and Brownstein’s integration strategy is. In addition, you’ll hear best practices for strategy, planning and the implementation of these critical tools so you can ensure success in your firm. They will also answer the question, “If you could start over and do one thing differently, what would that be?”