This paper reports the results of a research project undertaken in 2002, examining the degree to which organisations use information to create business value in a sample of law firms in the City of London. A range of small, medium and large firms were surveyed and managers with strategic responsibility for information flow were interviewed. Results indicate that information is perceived as a valuable asset by law firms, although few could offer hard evidence to support such assertions.
|Number of pages||5|
|Journal||Performance Measurement and Metrics|
|Publication status||Published - 31 Jan 2004|
- Knowledge management
- legal profession
- special libraries
- United Kingdom