Companies elect to use an interim executives when:

  • There are a number of different business situations that could result in the need for an Interim Manager. Typically these could be situations such as:
    •  crisis management
    • sudden departure
    • illness, death
    • change management
    • managing change or transition
    • sabbaticals
    • MBOs and IPOs, mergers and acquisitions, and project management.
  • The interim management concept has now taken root in the UK, Germany, and Belgium, and is spreading elsewhere, most notably in Australia, the US, France, and Ireland.Owners are recognizing they have reached their capacity to manage successfully all of the elements of their business and need the assistance of an experience specialized leader to meet this new internal need.
  • The owners don’t fully know the job description for this new postions but need help NOW doing the job until a job description can be formulated.
  • The owner wants to make sure they hire the right person – not the first qualified person they interview.
  • The company/owners have imminent go-to-market need and no one on the executive team to lead the charge.
  • The company has parted ways with their executive.
  • The company has chosen to enter into a new market areas or made a strategic acquisition and does not want to distract the existing leadership from executing in the current market or company focus.
  • You market has suffered a dynamic economic downturn or possibly your entire market sector has imploded, you need to find a new successful market …NOW!  You need some fresh eyes.
  • An interim executive is a great option for quickly bringing in the seasoned management talent you need until you are ready to add to your permanent staff.