Interim (latin: "in between, in the meantime") refers to solutions that are for a limited period of time and are to be understood as a bridging solution. Hence interim management can be viewed as an in-between management solution in the line organization or as a reinforcement for peak workloads, in projects for example.
Interim management is the ideal solution for changes, bottlenecks in capacity or know-how, and for projects.
Fast availability, management experience, knowledge of the sector, and functional expertise allow a broad range of assignments in line management and in project organization.
key position is vacant in your company. The vacancy cannot be filled through
your own management and it is impossible to wait until permanent filling of the
position is arranged. A manager experienced in the line of business, who is
immediately available, can temporarily fill the vacancy and facilitate the search for a successor.
Major changes in the market, in technology or in product require a new structure or new knowledge in your company. Such change processes must be tackled and concluded quickly without neglecting the daily business.
Quick action is required, because your company finds itself in a crisis! For such extreme cases there is no experienced manager available in the company. You require a neutral and trustworthy person, who makes available the required concepts and carries out the appropriate measures.
You want to introduce a new technology or penetrate a new market. You open a new location or start an important project. lt is decisive for you to stay flexible, to minimize the risks or to avoid them and to draw on maximum know-how for your scheme.
You have acquired a new company, a new market or a new product program and the integration into the parent firm should take place smoothly. An experienced, neutral manage-ment personality can expand the management in order to make the synergies visible, to manage the cultures together and to increase the attraction for the co-workers.
You need special know-how in your management staff or a task requiring skills not available in your company is delayed. Until the needed competencies are acquired in the company, specific strengthening of the management must be drawn on.
Interim management is tied to clearly defined requirements. These are regulated by the Swiss Federal Act on Employment Agencies and Contracting Personnel. A company working in interim management requires the respective permits for this activity.
We also know the legal requirements, also for cross-border mandates and vouch for a compliant settlement.