Take an innovative approach by bringing in an interim
As the workplace has changed, companies can now save time and money by taking a more innovative approach to leadership and project management with an interim executive or interim team. Interim executives provide flexibility and specific skillset and expertise targeted at an organizations immediate needs.
An interim CEO brings big benefits to a company, owners or board of directors, including high-powered, fast solutions minus any corporate politics. Interims don’t just keep a chair warm, but provide lasting value that will set up your organization and next permanent leader up for maximum success.
An interim financial executive serves as a key partner to the CEO and board, parachuting into a company to assess the situation, stop any bleeding, and put the right financial structure and controls in place to maximize returns.
An interim COO or Chief Operations Officer hits the ground running to align all assets and company talent, in order to get the mission accomplished in a short period of time. They can be a great resource to put a clear strategic plan in place and ensure seamless execution.
An interim CIO helps drive a company’s growth by improving the use of both best in class and legacy technologies, ultimately driving more efficient operations and higher profitability. A strong Chief Information Officer will be able to assess software and technologies while also ensuring a smooth implementation and adoption within the team.
An outsourced or interim CMO evaluates the marketplace and positions both B2C and B2C companies for success, by focusing on a strong marketing strategy, building brand, customer engagement, product development, and ensuring the tools are there to support and increase sales.
The interim CTO has become the key member of the management team charged with advancing technological innovation to meet strategic goals. By building a strong engineering team and instilling the right processes, the CTO aligns product strategy with implementation.
While management might want to hear rosy sales projections, the experienced sales execs stick to realistic forecasting and bring the tools to reach those goals. An Interim Chief Sales Officer can take the charge on building and training a sales team, business development, leading negotiations, and helping implement partners and channel distribution.
Interim Turnaround Professionals bring decisiveness and expertise to troubled companies, identifying the root of problems or devlining revenue, bringing stabilization to the company and team, while developing managers to put the company on a successful track after departure.