Many companies that initially think they need a management consultant ultimately decide to deploy an interim manager.

Many surveys showed that about 75% felt that interim managers offered clear advantages over management consultants.

Like consultants, interim managers provide:

  • The latest thinking
  • Short-term access to top management talent
  • Strategic capability
  • An independent eye
  • The ability to fast-track a critical project

Unlike consultants, interim managers are:

  • Implementers as well as being strategists, analysts and planners
  • Loyal to your business objectives – not their consultancy’s objectives
  • Flexible to do what you need – not restricted to doing things the way their consultancy prescribes
  • Focused on your profitability – not their consultancy’s profitability. They are not incentivised to sell in additional services you don’t need
  • Are strategists as well as hands-on – they are on your team to deliver your strategy
  • More cost-effective

To see whether your requirement is best matched to an interim manager or a consultant, take our free consultation.