Catch up on the latest guidance from our experts, including their insight on workforce management, automation and process optimization trends.
The COVID-19 pandemic motivated law firms to adopt new approaches for operating in a “hybrid office.” There’s been much discussion about the concept of the hybrid office — what it is and how the pandemic and other business trends are driving its emergence. Although there is little guidance on how to effectively manage a hybrid office, this is a unique window in time to seize on the necessity and acceptance of change.
The COVID-19 pandemic motivated enterprises to adopt new approaches for operating in a “hybrid office.” There’s been much discussion about the concept of the hybrid office — what it is and how the pandemic and other business trends are driving its emergence. But there is little guidance on how to effectively manage a hybrid office.
My colleague at Canon Business Process Services, Fred Levine, has worked in the law firm community for over thirty years. Fred points out that today’s COVID-19 environment requires law firms to adopt new strategies for operating in today’s “hybrid office.”
Automation is the new strategic imperative. Most companies and senior executives are aware of the power of automation, and many organizations had major initiatives underway even before the pandemic.
With the right innovation partner, companies can build a future-ready workforce, reimagine business processes, and make smart technology investments that will support them throughout their innovation journeys.
To meet today's challenging environment, law firms need to maximize their eDiscovery services capabilities in order to help clients manage their discovery-readiness.
Resilience is an organization’s capacity to continue generating economic profit through cyclical and structural changes in supply and demand — changes like a pandemic, yes, but also any of the thousands of other sources of potential turbulence.
A significant trend for the legal industry that has been evolving over the past five months. The Covid-19 pandemic has forced many legal administrative assistants and other office support staff to work remotely. To fill the gap, Canon’s onsite office support teams have become vital to the continuing operations of many of our legal clients.