An organisation may choose to pursue the interim management route because the role in question is not a permanent position or a permanent executive/manager cannot be found fast enough.
Interim managers are typically hired for three to nine months and help organizations to complete a major change, to implement a critical strategy or to plug a critical management gap.
What Are The Benefits Of Interim Managers?
Interim managers are available to start in days with minimum recruitment or termination formalities.
Interim managers are highly qualified for the role, meaning they can operate autonomously if necessary with little guidance.
Track record and performance really count, so interim managers are used to being judged by results so they know how to deliver.
With a wealth of experience comes skill, contacts and knowledge that will be transferred to your team and remain long after they have left.
While sensitive to the company’s ethos, they will not be constrained by company politics, personalities or protocols. Having no previous history with your business means they can look at the situation objectively and with clarity.