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After a law firm has identified a new solution for their practice, the next crucial step is getting the implementation process right and ensuring that risk management is in place. Preparation means risk reduction.
When deploying a new solution, law firm leaders must ensure they take a realistic and pragmatic approach before rolling out the changes. LexisNexis has 200 years of experience in bringing technology solutions to law firms and has a proven track record acting as a trusted partner to companies globally.
To ensure the successful and effective deployment, LexisNexis has developed a plan to help ensure meaningful buy-in. The deployment plan—made to ensure the element of risk is as low as possible —works best if you have built a strong business case.
In terms of deployment, it is essential to ensure three broad objectives:
Buy-in from fee-earners
Change management is difficult. Most people have a bias to doing things the way they are used to doing it, and are averse to change. This is why strong messaging from the top down is critical.
Invest resources in training
This is a challenge for all organisations, because costs are constantly under pressure, but professional service organisations seem to struggle more with allocating appropriately skilled staff to non-direct, revenue earning roles.
Have a proper roll-out plan
Ensure you have a strategic rollout plan ready to go and adopt a phased approach. To help you with this, use our planner below to help manage risk during buy in and to develop a coherent strategy.
Deploying technology effectively enables business to get the most out of their investment immediately: make sure that you’re building on the strength of your smart investment.
For more information on the case for technology in law firms, please download your research report, Is your Tech Smart?.
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