Interim Management :

an interim manager in your business to implement your strategy with success

The complex and dynamic business environment requires faster and faster reactions and decisions. Interim management is the ideal instrument for flexible and efficient management of your business in situations requiring expertise and for which there is poor experience internally.

The interim manager is involved in your business during a defined period to fill a gap or to manage a project. They give you management skills, resources, excellent advice and an active contribution in achieving the necessary measures for a change, that it is planned or sudden. Their mission ends when your problem is solved, stability is restored and leadership assured.

In what situations does your business have the need for interim management ?

The expertise of an interim manager is useful in special strategic situations requiring careful change guidance as well as in the management of ongoing business.

Strategic situations

  • Repositioning: new business orientation or exit from an industry sector
  • Performance problem: recovery of a business in difficulty
  • Management of quick growth
  • Mergers and acquisitions, integration, relocation
  • Entering new markets
  • Management of crisis and conflict management
  • Planned or unplanned absence
  • Succession

Current affairs

  • Direction of the business
  • Replacement of a line manager
  • Project Management (organisation, marketing, HR, products, RP)
  • Business development
  • Search for external skills
  • Executive support

Our contribution

Our long-standing expertise allows us to contribute to the core of your business and ensure the execution of your strategy in the following functions:

  • Board member / General manager
  • Divisional director (HR, training, marketing, sales, PR, quality)
  • Head of unit, of agency
  • Project manager
  • Trainer, Change manager
  • Sparring partner and mentor

According to the objectives and specifications developed together, our contribution can include benefits from the following range: cost optimisation, implementation of an organisational structure, deployment of a service or technology, operational reviews, training and development, project management, organisational design.

If we do not have the internal resources to carry out our services we can get back to our partner network.