DLA Piper’s Asia leadership question

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  • Extraordinary....let's run one of our key regions by people who live somewhere else and have no experience of the place.Good luck to them but I look forwards to seeing DLA's new leadership strategy for Asia being "refined" when all of a sudden we see a new Asia Managing Partner turn up quoting PR rubbish about being close to the fastest growing tiger economies. This is quite the most bizarre approach and you have to feel for the Asia based professionals being relegated to a subsidiary of the USA coz seemingly DLAP think that no one in Asia is good enough.

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  • DLA Piper like to restructure every week....like a game of musical chairs....how long will it be before they revert back to a managing director role for Asia. Will it be Sir Nigel's next job? I don't think DLA Piper really fully got to grips with Asia - for years it said it had a strategy - yet the strategy seems to be a restructure then a restructure again. Good job they don't own a football team.

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  • I live and work in Asia and have no interest in working in Europe; but I would happily manage DLA's European region from here. As this seems to be the recruitment criteria for leadership roles in DLAP, perhaps I should call Sir Nige and offer my services. I am sure the European partners and staff would welcome my Asian perspective.....oh, and my airmiles need a boost.

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