This engaging session will provoke discussion on the questions that business leaders need to ask themselves and their firms for responsible and ethical digital adoption, and identifying what is effective governance in the context of new digital technologies. 2019 is arguably the year we need to move digital ethics out of the conference room and into the Boardroom and business practices of organisations.
The partnership structure continues to stand the tests of time, significantly with the Limited Liability Partnerships Act 2000 and changes facilitated as a result of the Legal Services Act 2007. As the basis on which most firms exist and operate, can an institution this established be disrupted to the point of extinction?
Independent consultant Ciarán Fenton and William Wastie, of Addleshaw Goddard, each present their perspective on the future of professional partnerships.
After meeting and working with the top CEOs in the world, Steve authored the Secrets of CEOs and founded consultancy Xinfu (Mandarin for 'the person you trust the most') to share best practice and help leaders to:
Government is eager that professional firms should help their clients be more productive. The Forum believes that this should not only include traditional technical services such as IT consultancy, but also management, leadership and training advice delivered by the management team to their peers at clients, with a focus on increasing employee engagement (and thereby productivity) at those clients.
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