There comes a situation in every company’s life when, in case of a temporary lack of resource, knowledge or experience, an interim manager is needed even if, in many cases, the situation cannot be easily recognised. If, as an employed manager or a company owner, you would like to choose the best solution in a given situation, it is worth, by all means, getting to know this widely used management tool that is proven to function as an alternative solution.
There are many cases where it is appropriate to use an external resource to carry out certain tasks.
These are situations when it is either uneconomical to employ an expert or manager who has the required knowledge as it is a one-time project or task, or action must be taken so fast and the risk is so high that it is almost impossible to solve it the traditional way, through search or development.
In such cases, it is worth “hiring” a senior manager for a definite period of time to carry out a specific task or achieve the well-defined objectives of a project, who can act immediately at the required level due to his or her past experience.
Who is an Interim Manager?
A MANAGER FOR A SINGLE TASK, FOR A DEFINITE PERIOD OF TIME
Interim Management, originally from the Netherlands, is a widely used type of service throughout Europe. Our aim is to introduce our service which has been implemented primarily on the basis of Dutch and German experience to our Clients and future Hungarian Interim Managers.
Join the elite!
Do you have extensive experience as an employed manager? Have you been involved in various industries and company cultures? In addition, are you also open to continuous self-training and conscious development? If you are among the few who answered “yes” to all three questions, you might have been born to be an interim manager. Flexible work schedule, continuously renewing challenges, outstanding remuneration: these are associated with this special career choice, while you can (and must) forget the gloomy everyday life of an organisation.
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