“Good interims need to land on their feet in an unknown environment and deliver almost immediately”
"To be a good interim, it’s all about driving rapid change and having a ruthless focus on the desired outcomes and objectives."
“Al is utterly brilliant and knows his subject area and beyond.”
“It’s really important that it’s the right piece of work for the right interim.”
“I usually go into businesses that have challenges of one kind or another, where you need to be able to explain to people why they need to change what they are doing”
Case Study: Interim Programme Consultant at Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire Local Enterprise Partnership
"Chris was very good at working as part of the team and relating to people,” says Peter. “One advantage of interim tendering is you tend to get better quality people than you would if you advertised a vacancy. You get people with a bredth and depth of experience. For us, that was incredible helpful."
“I would recommend using an interim for situations like this,” says Richard. “With Patsy, it was clear from the outset that she knew her stuff. The LOM she implemented has brought some real benefits that are helping us going forward.”
“The Interim CFO role was a perfect fit for me in terms of the size of the organisahttp://interim-new.ob.lldev.co.uk/typo3/clear.giftion and the scope of the position”
" If there was a really challenging situation that needed sorting out, and that was relevant to Jackie’s skill-set, then she would be the first person I’d call."
Case Study: Interim Head of the College of Engineering, Mathematics & Physical Sciences (CEMPS) at the University of Exeter
The University was delighted with the insight and capabilities that Rachel Birds brought brought to the assignment.