Want to Reduce Costs? Think Metrics, Metrics, Metrics

, Corporate Counsel


Speakers at a global GC conference in the U.K. stress that measuring what the department and outside counsel do is the key to efficiency.

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  • Jim Loeffler

    Absolutely agree. That‘s why we at LegalEye (http://www.LegalEyeROI.com) focus not only metrics, but also the processes and risks that drive them. You must make the business case with data and illustrate what has driven results to effect real change.

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