Driving Operational Effectiveness in Intellectual Property
Earlier this year, Armstrong Teasdale issued a survey in coordination with the Association of Corporate Counsel to identify key trends and challenges within the intellectual property (IP) space. The anonymous survey, completed by IP professionals from around the world, gave rise to one consistent theme – operational effectiveness. Operational effectiveness is core to an organization’s success and ability to remain competitive, yet comparatively few organizations have capitalized on opportunities to assess and improve the effectiveness of their IP efforts. Join us as Armstrong Teasdale Partners Michael Gnibus and Dhruv Kaushal, along with Senior Counsel Renee Reuter, explore objective means for assessing and communicating operational effectiveness, as well as the impact of data retention systems on IP decision-making.
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