When & why?
The interim management service is normally used in three types of circumstances. These are:
- Unexpected replacement: when an organisation loses one of its key figures. The main task of the interim manager is then to maintain secure level of performance and ensure the continued functioning of the organisation until the return or replacement of the person in charge.
- Implementing a process of change: the interim manager is in charge of a particular project, such as the implementation of changes, turnaround management, restructuring, integration, implementation of the ERP system, etc.
- Advisory formula: an expert in the field supports an organisation as a consultant in a particular area, such as developing growth strategy, business plan consulting or by sharing his or her market expertise in M&A processes. In such cases, the interim manager is involved only temporarily, normally no longer than a month.
The introduction of the interim management service at CTER resulted from great interest expressed by our Clients. Before we officially launched the service in 2012, we had supported our Clients by recruiting interim managers on many occasions.
Today we offer not only recruitment and evaluation of interim managers, but we also support both the client and the manager by monitoring their cooperation. In order to assure the highest standard of our services, we supervise both the negotiation of the terms of cooperation, signing the contract and the completion of the task by the manager.