Thursday, March 18th at 2:00 EST
With vaccine distribution ramping up, a safe return to our offices will soon be possible. After a year of working from home, however, 65% of the US workforce wants to maintain some level of WFH going forward, and 70% of company owners say they’ll allow just that.
A permanent shift to a hybrid work environment poses some promising advantages, some risks, and one particularly significant opportunity for our businesses.
In this second installment of our spotON technology trend series, Heinan Landa (Optimal Founder & CEO) and David Campbell (Optimal COO) will cover:
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March 26th at 12:00 EST
How the pandemic has shifted the burden of security to every lawyer’s shoulders, exploration of the most successful scams in the wild, best practices to identify and avoid them, and critical steps your firm must take to protect client data.
Free to ABA members, with CLE credits offered!
April 22nd at 2:00 EST
When the pandemic forced us home, many organizations quickly took advantage of built-in tools like Teams and SharePoint to better communicate and collaborate. One year later, we need to pause and evaluate security protocol, use policies, staff training, and potentially better alternatives.
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The latest developments in the threat landscape, examples of sophisticated long-con scams, which defenses are now bare minimum, how to realistically keep pace.
How tech maturity translates to revenue and retention, our 14-point assessment as a prioritized roadmap, how to devise your custom 2- to 3-year plan, how to get buy-in.
The imperative to harness the rapidly changing tech landscape, why innovation is a key differentiator, how to bolster revenue and reputation.
Tools to help replicate benefits of in-person communication, strategies for promoting team interaction, and what you can NOT expect when it comes to digital cultures.
How to promote adoption of new collaboration tools to maximize efficiency, productivity, and engagement.
What the pandemic taught us, contingencies to prepare for, and top 5 business continuity best practices.
6 major ways our businesses changed over the course of 2020, which of these changes will stick, and how to prepare (today) for the resulting landscape.
A 360-degree evaluation of how your firm’s technology stacks up against your competitors and best practices.
Technology’s roles in the client experience, a framework to attract and retain clients, and why now is a unique opportunity to get buy-in for change.
How work arrangements will change, signs you aren’t yet prepared, and the most viable technology setups to maximize security and productivity.
How telework impacts engagement, strategies to deliver a digital culture, and how to maintain alignment.
Creating effective home offices, enhancing remote work capabilities, and key policy changes to consider.
A rapid-fire security training session to empower your team to identify and avoid the latest threats.
Increasingly rapid advances in technology have radically changed everything about the way law firms operate—from attracting and retaining clients, to researching relevant case law, collaborating with colleagues, and filing documents.
With competition coming not just from other traditional law firms but also from online legal services, it’s more important than ever to differentiate your firm in a crowded marketplace.
In his book The Modern Law Firm: How to Thrive in an Era of Rapid Technological Change Optimal Founder and CEO Heinan Landa provides your law firm with the tools to navigate this new landscape successfully, and to leverage technology for powerful competitive advantages.