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The Augar Review and senior talent acquisition: this is what it means for HE

Sarah Shaw, Partner & Head of Odgers Interim’s Education Practice discuss the impact of the Augar Review on higher education recruitment and resourcing

Transformation: 5 key challenges and how to overcome them

Adam Kyriacou, Managing Partner at Odgers Interim, discusses the common challenges he sees organisations face when implementing large-scale transformation, and explains how they can be overcome

Adam Kyriacou, Managing Partner for Odgers Interim - 2018 Review

As we draw close to the summer break, we wanted to reflect on what has been another important and busy year for Odgers Interim Australia.

Alex Burr, Sydney based Partner for Odgers Interim - 2018 Review

We welcomed Alex Burr to Odgers Interim Sydney. His drive, professionalism and resilience has been instrumental in developing new relationships and critically supporting our long established search business in New South Wales.

Please read Alex’s review of 2018 highlighting trends and opportunities for interim executive in 2019 and beyond. We would like to thank Alex for his insights and passion to grow interim executive in Australia.

Using agile resource to meet the challenges in Australia’s evolving higher education landscape

Adam Kyriacou, Managing Partner at Odgers Interim, explains why universities are increasingly turning to interim leaders to meet strategic challenges

Rise of the interim: What Sydney’s growth sectors mean for the executive gig-economy

Alex Burr, Partner at Odgers Interim Australia, takes a look at some of Sydney’s bourgeoning sectors and tells us what this means for the interim market

Stay fresh, lessons from an Olympian

Staying fresh is tough. If we drop our guard, life overtakes us and can erode our capacity to renew and refresh. Finding time, good people or a place to regroup and ask some different questions isn’t easy. Our work with some of...

Guest Interview with Tim Herlihy

Tim Herlihy gives us a brief overview of his career and the interim Australian market.

An overview of the Australian Interim Executive landscape

In the 18 months since we launched Odgers Interim Australia, the picture emerging of the Interim Executive market greatly depends on the perspective they have of what constitutes an Interim Executive professional. The Australian...

Untapped Potential and the Future of Work in Australia

Untapped Potential and the Future of Work

Internationally and in Australia, there has been a lot of focus on the future of work lately. The rise of Artificial Intelligence, the gig economy and the implications for employment are...

‘Follow the money’ or in this case, ‘follow the people'

‘Follow the money’ is an old maxim. I’d suggest that ‘follow the people’ is an equally strong rule in understanding the plans of any business.

To get an insight into the thinking and motivations of management teams in the gaming...

What you need to know before becoming an interim manager within Local Government

The interim management industry provides an often hidden, but essential role supporting the UK’s local government institutions. Interims are proven executives that can be deployed on a short-term basis to support an organisation...

Manufacturers are calling for more support

The Budget: delivering support for manufacturers

2017, the year of digital transformation for the retail sector

2017 – The year of digital transformation

Manufacturers target ‘growth leaders’ as industry shrugs off market uncertainty

British manufacturers are boosting their ranks of project leaders as confidence buoys the sector and growth ambitions, according to Tom Legard

Innovation: the true spirit of Life Sciences

Some companies change the world. Today that mission is as clear for the likes of Tesla and Google as it was generations ago for Ford or General Electric.

Businesses are hungry for stability

Leadership teams will be looking to next month’s Autumn Statement, 23 November, for some clear guidance on the future direction of the British economy.

Without any firm commitment on Brexit policy, infrastructure spending and...

British interims in Australia

For many years, specific industries and public sector organisations have looked to the UK for senior leadership talent. Recently, the conditions now offer a unique opportunity for British interim managers. And from what we’ve seen, there are two specific market trends driving the demand for talent.

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