Specialisation – an occupational risk or even a trap?

Experts’ desire to specialise is easy to understand. In my view, however, it is bound to lead to a situation whereby it is easier to compare experts with their competitors and ...

Gender equality required also in the legal industry?

We know that a bigger variety, in particular gender diversity, improves the working environment, delivers a higher and qualitative better output, and leads to a higher ...

Generations X, Y, Z … and what next? With a little anecdote from the legal market.

Anyone who thinks that human capital doesn’t have to be cultivated and that in the near future, machines will do all the work anyway, need not read on. For everyone else, the ...

Law & Management – 1 year with corona

For more than a year, we have been working under the new general conditions caused by Covid-19. During this time, we did not only have to react to unknown challenges triggered by ...
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Law & Management becomes carbon neutral

In Law & Management, sustainability is not merely an issue dealt with in lectures; rather, it is directly relevant to us as a provider of executive education, for we do not want ...

How do lawyers tick – and does this help with regard to team management?

In the previous posts in my blog, I spoke about trends in the market, about strategy, business model design and client focus in law firms. The next few posts will be devoted to ...