Organisational Culture in Law Firms

Successfully implement cultural change within your firm to ensure its future success. 

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Few people would disagree that a firm’s culture is a critical component in its long term sustainability. But, what exactly is culture? Is it measureable? And can it be changed and managed effectively?

Respected industry expert Alan Hodgart tackles these key questions in his new report – Organisational Culture in Law Firms.

Drawing on original research, case studies and examples, Hodgart demonstrates how to communicate, develop, manage, and even change your firm culture to ensure its future success.  

Addressing the current challenges and offering practical guidance, advice and tools, this report will enable you to:    

  • Undertake a full culture review of your firm;
  • Build a firm-wide strategy for implementing behavioural or cultural change;
  • Directly align your firm strategy and culture for competitive advantage and success;
  • Ensure the core values of your firm reflect the individual values of the people in it;
  • Implement the necessary changes by translating culture and values into manageable elements – i.e. attitude and behaviour; and,
  • Create a stronger, more focused workforce that is directly involved in the future direction of your firm.


Chapter 1: The meaning of organisational culture

Chapter 2: Culture in practice

Chapter 3: Cultural change, cultural adaptation, or cultural shift

Chapter 4: Values and behaviour

Chapter 5: Developing an understanding of culture

Chapter 6: The end game – So it is about changing culture

Check our Executive Summary and full table of contents here


Alan Hodgart
Alan Hodgart is one of the leading advisers to professional service businesses on strategic and organisational issues. His client base includes some of the largest law firms, accountancy firms, and real estate consultants (at both international and national levels) as well as a very wide range of small- to medium-sized firms. He operates on a global basis and consults to firms in all parts of the world. Alan’s primary aim is to advise clients on improving their competitiveness and sustain this by establishing effective strategic management and leadership processes. He is particularly experienced at translating strategic changes into practical action steps and assisting firms in building commitment to the behaviour changes required. He has a deep knowledge of competitive trends in all major professional services industries and uses this to assist clients in developing an improved competitive position. Alan has been a strategic change consultant for much of his working life although, prior to that, he was a successful professional cyclist for nine years. He is the author of Performance Measurement for Law Firms, published by Ark Group in 2009.

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