Crisis-catalysed innovation; the divining of solution orientated process



Plato said necessity is the mother of innovation and legal teams demonstrated this. From operating and continuing organisational processes in a constrained environment, to teams thinking creatively about the interpretation and application of regulation in a much more purposeful way.

  • How did COVID-19 innovate the way we work?
  • How has decision making in organisations changed?
  • Have teams devised their own processes? Did they work?
  • Are all the rigid processes necessary if in actuality they hinder the progression of projects since teams managed to get results quicker at a time when a lot of processes went out of the window?

Creativity and innovation are put to the test when times are difficult and uncertain, and many teams prevailed. How do you harness this mentality when we climb down from the crisis for a more efficient and effective way of working?