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Agile Working, the Entreployee and Generational Issues: Brave New World or Still Business as Usual at the Office?

  • Jackie Fishleigh
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The concepts of agile working, the emergence of the entreployee and generational issues: are these concepts game changers or just gimmicks? Jackie Fishleigh examines new ways of office working in the commercial and information environments. Her thoughts are informed and inspired in part by her attendance at the London Law Expo, Europe's largest senior legal management conference and exhibition, which took place on 13th October 2015.

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1 Paul Allsopp used the term ‘Martini’ working in his article published in 2010. Paul Allsopp, The Agile Organisation, What is agile working? http://www.agile.org.uk/2010/02/13/define-agile-working/ accessed 13 May 2016.

2 ibid.

3 ibid.

4 Jordan Furlong, The New World of Legal Work. http://www.lodlaw.com/media/pdfs/The_New_World_Of_Legal_Digital_Download.pdf accessed 14 May 2016.

6 ibid.

8 Peter Crush, Traditional law firm embraces agile working philosophy 5 August 2015 http://www.cipd.co.uk/pm/peoplemanagement/b/weblog/archive/2015/08/05/traditional-law-firm-embraces-agile-working-philosophy.aspx accessed 13 May 2016.

11 Lewis, Mark, ‘Characteristics of the Four-Generational Library Workplace’ [2011] Canadian Law Library Review 1422 . Also available via SSRN at: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1983415.

12 John van der Luit-Drummond, ‘Generational gel: Inter-age issues a challenge for law firms’ (2015) Solicitors Journal https://www.solicitorsjournal.com/news/management/education-and-training/24360/generation-gel-inter-age-issues-challenge-law-firms accessed 20 January 2017.

13 Ibid.

14 ‘Generational flexibility’ is key to law firms retaining successful lawyers (December 2015/January 2016) Managing Partner 7. http://www.managingpartner.com/ accessed 20 January 2017.

15 ibid.

16 Ibid.

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