London (PRWEB UK) 22 January 2015
Doing more with less is no longer sufficient for in-house leaders to keep ahead of the game; the new normal in legal department management is attained by way of continuous improvements in process and resourcing with the aim of doing less – and more efficiently.
At the same time, mounting regulatory pressures must be met impeccably to guarantee business operability, just as new technologies and digital applications are increasing connectivity and creating concerns over data ownership and security.
To establish leadership, progressive legal and compliance minds must deftly support the business by balancing compliance, cost control and value generation.
But how do leading in-house organisations manage all of the above while continually improving and hitting the stretch targets the business gives them?
These interviews provide exclusive insight into the future of the GC and Compliance Chief role along with the key challenges and opportunities 2015 will present for them.
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Soaring regulatory oversight and, internally, the ever increasing drive towards efficiency were two of the major challenges predicted by the interviewees. The infographic provides expert insights into these two topics with GCs and Compliance Chiefs from Shell, Swisscom, Kimberly-Clark, National Grid, Telecom Italia, Adidas, Liberty Global B.V. and Ball Packaging providing their top predictions for the future.
To benchmark with them, you can download the interactive legal and compliance map here for free.
The main challenges and topics that are covered in this infographic will be discussed in more detail at Corporate Counsel and Compliance Exchange (20th – 22nd April, London). For more information download your delegate information pack here or if you are a vendor download your sponsorship pack here.
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