Leadership in disruption/law

I made this sketch of a talk I attended in Australia, where various law firm leaders and business/management professors were talking about how disruption is coming into law — and the need for more lawyers to take a leadership role in setting up structures, changing rules and incentives, and creating new teams that allow for radical (not incremental) innovation. This could apply to courts and legal help organizations just as much as to corporate law firms.

How do we support leaders in these organizations to not just be aware of the changing (threatening) dynamics of the market + the legal system — but to build capabilities inside their organizations to create the new services, business models, organizational tracks, etc. that will ensure the org survives the changes?