Marc Lawn, managing director of thebusinessgp.com, said that interim managers can help to provide quick access to quality talent, with their real life experience meaning they can effectively hit the ground running.
"They can be flexible and enable businesses to move quickly where required. As they don't draw from existing resources, they can bolster teams or provide support to allow the business to tackle additional projects," he explained.
Most importantly, as they are not caught up in the history of the business, interim managers can easily help to challenge and overcome convention, Mr Lawn noted.
"The key to success for the business is being very clear on the objective and deliverable goals for the interim and matching these to the skills, as well as ensuring they are a good cultural fit," he added.
A recent Interim Partners poll found that an increasing number of companies are set to bring in interim managers to boost their operations in the coming months and help to stabilise their organisation.
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Source: The Sales Director News