Timing, appetite, gaps and communities: 6 months in legal services innovation

December 1 marks my sixth month at the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA). Fresh out of aviation and its painful demise thanks to the pandemic, I have been getting stuck into the world of Legaltech and supporting the SRA's strategic objective around increasing the adoption of technology in legal services. There's much to learn and there's... Continue Reading →

What does it take to innovate? (Part 3)

To date in this mini-series, we've looked at the importance of listening and engaging with your business, and why an innovation process is vital. This time, we're going to consider two other vital components of the trial: setting objectives, and measuring results. If you've gone to all the effort of scoping, building and delivering a... Continue Reading →

What does it take to innovate?

I'm often asked what skills you need to work in innovation. Despite the prevalence of the term in industry these days, it's not a formal kind of career that, for example, a software architect or project manager role might be. So what do you need to be able to do it? In the first of... Continue Reading →

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