Ross Gordon, Consultant in the Industrial Practice at Odgers Interim, looks at the ‘Amazon effect’ and explains what it means for the global postal, packaging and courier services industries
Following Odgers Interim’s recent Programme & Project Management reception with Sir George Buckley; Tom Legard, Partner and Head of our Industrial Practice, explains how to build and sustain a high-performing company
Tom Legard, Partner and Head of our Industrial Practice talks to Interim Manager Robert Audas about what it takes to set up a factory in Belarus
Every business wants to grow but getting it right can be tricky
As our industrial practice goes from strength to strength, we add another consultant to the team.
Tom Legard, head of our Manufacturing practice speaks to experienced interim Rupert Tubbs about how the implementation of Sales and Operations Planning can benefit companies.
Rupert is a former soldier and director of Twyford and...
PPM Reception: John Manzoni delivers keynote speech
At our recent Project and Programme Management Reception, we welcomed keynote speaker John Manzoni, Chief Executive of the Civil Service and Permanent Secretary for the Cabinet...
“Ultimately, an interim can come in, do a project and then leave, with no continuation necessarily in the business. It is like having an internal consultant, you can be the bad cop. By that, I don’t mean behave or act in a bad way. It is just that sometimes people who are emotionally attached to an organisation struggle to demonstrate the independence to the process that you may need.”
Area of Expertise: Transformation & Programme Management
Tom Legard speaks to economist and interim Chris Roebuck about transforming the HR function with the help of interim managers to boost profits.
A positive forecast for mergers and acquisitions
The Budget: delivering support for manufacturers
British manufacturers are boosting their ranks of project leaders as confidence buoys the sector and growth ambitions, according to Tom Legard
The oil and gas industry has had a turbulent two years. For a commodity industry reliant on a balance of supply and demand, falling oil prices have put unprecedented pressure on bottom lines and led to swift job losses.
With a backdrop of low oil prices and no sign of immediate recovery, coupled with political upheaval in the UK, investor confidence isn’t a present feature within the oil and gas sector. Terry Noble discusses the state of the...
There is no doubt in my mind that using interims offers good value for employers...
Demand for interims in the manufacturing sector has never been so high, having more than doubled since last year...
Interim managers are finding favour in construction