Why Interim Management?
Interim Managers, flexibly deployable executives, are used at short notice to bridge vacancies, in times of crisis, for project management or as specialists.
They absorb management bottlenecks, bring a plus in independence and thus provide companies with a competitive advantage.
Interim Managers assume responsibility for their work in a line, specialist, or project function. They leave the company as soon as the problem has been sustainably solved and the existing organization has fully taken over again.
An Interim Manager typically works under the following conditions:
- Bottleneck of quantitative or qualitative nature on customer side
- Temporary limited assignment
- Assume a role in the first or second management level with authority to issue directives
- Assume a role as total or partial project manager
- Coaching of executives
- Reports to the Board of Directors or Executive Committee
Clients (companies, organizations) value the following aspects of Interim Management in particular
- the short-term availability of external managers,
- the efficient and fast onbording process and
- the timely implementation of upcoming projects.
Interim Managers are particularly in demand
- when getting companies or parts of companies into shape
- in the opening up of new markets
- with turn arounds
- with reorganizations
- for controlling and implementing complex projects
- for bridging vacancies.
In addition, clients also source specific expertise via Interim Managers.