This session will review the different opportunities to make data-driven decisions in law firms and the challenges that go with them. Ideally the session, will differentiate between organizational/enterprise applications and client facing/legal advice applications.
The goal is to map when data-driven decision-making is a good idea and when it is not. Further the session, will explore what to look for in terms of actions taken from data alone (bias, available data) and give tips how to get started and where to find structured data within your organization/firm to get started for a quick win.
Questions Christiane will ask Andrew: • How can data enhance decision making? • When is it not appropriate? • What are the limitations: Bias, Data Hygiene • What needs to happen to make better use of data in the future?