Foot Anstey is among the UK's top 100 law firms, with just under 50 partners and over 500 staff. Foot Anstey has been named in numerous awards that include the British Legal Awards, MPF Awards for Management Excellence and South West Business Insider.
Foot Anstey, an award-winning law firm based in London, engaged Collective Campus to teach its lawyers how to rapidly test their ideas.
The purpose of this was to empower them to make better data-informed decisions, both internally and for clients, and avoid the costly exercise of jumping to conclusions, or suffering from analysis paralysis.
We tailored 2 x 2 hour webinars for Foot Anstey which borrowed from the lean startup methodology, Amazon's culture deck, and the US Department of Defence's OODA concept, and provided participants with a step by step approach to rapidly testing their ideas.
The first session focused on the theory behind why we must learn how to rapidly test our ideas in a fast moving environment.
The second session was practical, and encouraged pariticipants to run an idea related to their work through the end-to-end rapid testing methodology.
By the end of the two sessions, lawyers had a working understanding of how to rapidly test their ideas, as well as access to a number of purpose-built resources, and a Foot Anstey-branded website with additional reading and tools.