There are several factors that make the interim management offering increasingly popular and cost-effective to client organisations.
These factors are characterised as a 'value proposition' that interim managers offer to their clients such as Return on Investment, Speed, Expertise, Objectivity, Flexibility, Accountability, Effectiveness, Commitment.
Interim assignments vary in scope and requirements, encompassing change management, 'gap' assignments, project management and turnaround management.
The stages of the 'assignment lifecycle' which are typical for an ISM manager is divided into the following steps: Assignment, reach and carry out the actual implementation and exit.
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