Asking the right questions to help you adapt your structures to strengthen your business.
Cohesion has always been seen as the great strength of partnerships but that cohesion can sometimes stifle the ability to make the strong, timely and necessary commercial decisions a business needs to succeed.
New entrants to the market are not constrained by the boundaries of partnership; they move fast and they can be brutally efficient in their decision making. The rules of the game have changed and law firms must adapt in order to effectively compete.
Success is about ensuring your business is operating in the right way to service your markets effectively and can be fleet of foot when opportunity knocks.
If you are thinking about a merger and wondering how to go about it see how we can help
If you think your organisation needs a little adjustment to be fit for the challenges ahead we can offer independent analysis on what is needed. Here are just a few of the questions we use to help diagnose where the opportunities lie. After that we will work with you to devise and deliver the agreed solutions.
- Are you satisfied you have the best structure to deliver future business success?
- Is ABS or Incorporation something you should be considering?
- Do you have the right management structure to enable you to plan and execute effective business strategy?
- Does your structure allow you to be as agile as your competition?
Size, shape and location
- Should your business be looking to merge?
- Is your business in the right geographic locations to meet client demand and deliver the best returns?
- Are you employing the right talent for your markets?
- Does management get the right priority in your business?
- Do you have adequate management processes to support and protect your business?
- Are you investing in your managers of the future?
- Are your business methods stifling growth and innovation?
- Do your management structures allow the organisation to be responsive?
- Does your structure create or remove barriers?
“Excellent firms don’t believe in excellence, only in constant improvement and constant change” Tom Peters
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