Interim Management

Interim managers are hired by businessmen or companies to solve problems, fill in the gaps or take on strategic roles. They come in situation when a full time specialist would not be cost effective and internal resources are limited. They come with fresh and independent view as a more cost-effective solution. Another type of companies utilizing interim management are small and medium sized companies which need specific managers for limited time a month – such as a financial manager for two days a week. History of the Interim Management goes back to ancient Roman Empire time, however in the modern practice it started in late 70ties, early 80ties.Importance of Interim Management is growing.

Who we are?

A top level independent executive or project manager. An expert in their field with ability to see the big picture. A high level performer with a track record. Results oriented person. High integrity and accountability ability to see the big picture. A perceptive individual capable of adapting to new environments.

What kind of values do we bring?

  • Return on investment. Interim managers add value by using their skills and expertise to help deliver an outcome that provides a meaningful ‘return on investment’ to a client. Interim managers are paid on the understanding of goals and objectives and not of attendance.
  • Speed. Interim managers can be in place within days, they become effective quickly upon entering the company’s doors they conduct assignments with due speed.
  • Expertise. Interim managers typically operate at a senior level in the client organization; they bring skills and knowledge not otherwise in place.
  • Objectivity. Not affected by company politics or culture, they provide a fresh perspective and independent view.
  • Accountability. They responsibility for and manage a business or project on the contrary to advisors. They expect to be held accountable for results and give clients the peace of mind.
  • Effectiveness. Operating at or near board-level gives interim managers the authority and credibility to effect significant change or transition within a company.
  • Commitment. Interim managers maintain high professional standards and integrity because their future work relies upon referrals and a successful track record.

In which situations do we come?

crisis management sudden departure illness of members of the management  team change management mergers and acquisitions project management part time financial manager