Our exclusive events help leading firms discover how to successfully adopt agile working practices to drive down costs, increase productivity and revenue, and improve client care.
Taking place in Bristol on October 9, Manchester on November 6 and London on November 25, our 2019 series of the Agile Firm events have now taken place.
We’ll see you in 2020!
“One of the most worthwhile events in the legal IT calendar”
“Fantastic to hear the fresh perspectives on agile working in the modern Law Firm”
“A cracking panel debate on whether the law firm model is shifting from rigid & fixed to flexible & fluid”
“Agenda was great and is in line with where we are in our agile journey”
“Brilliant event, the size of it has created a great ability to network and great participation from the floor in asking questions”
The Agile Firm
The ever-evolving Legal and Professional Services landscape is putting increasing demands on firms to deliver greater efficiencies, more capacity, improved customer service and a more dynamic and flexible offering to both employees and customers.
Agile is truly here and pivotal in delivering sustainable, profitable growth.
Over 180 firms registered to join us around the UK this autumn (2019), to hear first hand how some of the UK’s most visionary and progressive firms are embracing Agile, to deliver tangible benefits and a competitive edge with the workplace and workflow of tomorrow.
Past Agile Events
Over the last four years our Agile community has grown and our annual events have established themselves as ‘must attend’ fixtures for many people engaged in leading agile transformation in their firms.
Sessions & topics included
- The evolution of Legal Professional Services
- Experiences and perspectives for embracing Agile in the workplace and how that is supporting leading firms’ visions and goals
- What does the Agile Workplace of tomorrow look like and what are the drivers for change?
- Is a truly agile, digital infrastructure about to transform the way we work?
- How are firms using innovative tech to drive efficiency and enhance client service delivery?
- Is the default firm model poised to switch from rigid & fixed to flexible and fluid?
- How and why firms are adopting and adapting
- Where are the challenges associated with Agile and how are they overcome?
- What are the wins for both firm and clients?
Since Agile events was established, the ways in which firms have adopted and utilised agile concepts have multiplied and shifted from the edges to the very centre of professional firm strategy and operations.
With some of the largest professional firms committing themselves to having a much higher percentage of their people on variable terms, while alternative service providers are offering clients a range of flexible resourcing options, resourcing times are changing fast.
As the efficient, green and open ‘activity based working’ environment shifts from cutting edge to industry standard, where next for professional offices?
Well-established IT concepts of agile development, sprints and iteration are moving into the professional service mainstream, with design thinking, lean and agile project management changing the way professionals develop and deliver their services.
Cloud, SaaS and low-code technologies dominate and a rapidly rising percentage of applications are being purchased, managed and consumed outside of the IT function.
Agile information & document management
Firms are taking bolder steps and making bigger investments in the comprehensive digitisation of their client services, back and middle offices.
Agile business models
Once-concrete sector boundaries and traditional partnership models are being replaced by new funding, corporate entity, joint-venture, incubator and collaborative alternatives.
Hierarchical, performance review-based models are transforming towards empowered, autonomous, continuous, collaborative systems, increasingly reflecting the expectations and preferences of millenials and Gen Z-ers.
Modern ways of working and living demand new ways of developing knowledge and skills in a faster, more collaborative and iterative way.
Bristol, 09 October 2019
Manchester, 06 November 2019
London, 25 November 2019
Register your interest for 2020