1 year ago

Digital Disruption in Professional Services update 1

The wholesale disruption of the sector may not be immediately evident, but there are signs of change coming to professional services.

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1 year ago

The Social Media Advantage

Considering the importance of personal relationships and reputation in professional service (at least in those areas yet to be automated), perhaps it should not surprise us that personal branding and relationship management is where the industry is being disrupted. What is the social media advantage?

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1 year ago

Insights from the professional services round tables on digital disruption

Read about the insights from two round table discussions on digital disruption in professional services.

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1 year ago

Digital Disruption in Professional Services – Final update

Professionals services is being disrupted, but perhaps not in a way we all thought.

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4 years ago

How do people in professional services feel about technology?

The results of an empathy mapping activity present some interesting challenges and opportunities for the professional services sector.

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4 years ago

Prototyping a next generation workspace at Arup

How does a 70 year old firm of consulting engineers prepare to move to a next generation workplace? They prototype it, of course.

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4 years ago

Digital Disruption in Professional Services – Sydney Round Table – 15th September, 2015

Register to attend our round table session in Sydney on 15th September, 2015.

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4 years ago

What does working for a digital friendly law firm look like?

Notes from a visit to see the digital workplace created at law firm Hall & Wilcox’s new office in Melbourne’s Rialto Tower.

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5 years ago

Digital Disruption in Professional Services – Round Tables

Register to attend one of our round table sessions in Melbourne (28th April), Sydney (7th May) and virtually (14th May).

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5 years ago

What do Expert360 and Nifty Forms have in common?

Expert360 and PwC’s Nifty Forms represent two sides of emerging digital disruption in professional services in Australia.

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