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Digital revolution: what the Topol Review means for NHS senior leadership

SJ Leatherdale, Partner and Head of our Health and Life Sciences Practice explains how the Topol Review will impact senior leadership across NHS Trusts and bodies

Celebrating International Women’s Day; why the interim lifestyle is championing a healthy work-life balance

Why the interim lifestyle is championing a healthy work-life balance

Grant Speed, Managing Director of Odgers Interim, talks to interim managers Kate Farley and Milly Camley about how they have utilised the interim lifestyle to...

Meeting the 3 key challenges facing northern manufacturers

Mergers between retail giants, Brexit uncertainty and evolving consumer purchasing trends have placed mounting pressures on the North’s manufacturing power base over the past 12 months. It’s led to price squeezes on suppliers and...

How to grow your business with what you’ve got

Every business wants to grow but getting it right can be tricky

M&A skills battle looms

The proposed £13bn merger between supermarket giants Sainsbury’s and Asda grabbed headlines recently and is already being touted as a potential watershed moment for UK retail and grocery.

Mergers and acquisitions like this aren’t...

Mixed council results mean change must be delivered fast

Last month’s local council elections failed to reflect the seismic shocks of the recent snap elections. The expected Labour gains, followed by colossal losses for the Conservatives and Lib-Dem resurgence were instead met with...

Odds narrow for interims as US gambling boom beckons

The starting gun has sounded and the race is well and truly on. The Supreme Court’s landmark decision to legalise sports betting has sparked a stampede for talent. As the gambling industry leaps to capitalise on the Atlantic...

The 2018 interim talent trends in technology: part two

Part one of this two-part trends series looked at the rise of key interim positions, with the CPO, VP of Engineering and core function roles gaining increasing prominence across the technology sector. Part two explores evolving...

The 2018 interim talent trends in technology: part one

The move to digital, encompassing both big data and the cloud, is forcing firms to operate at pace and develop more agile operations. With new hiring patterns forming as a result, I wanted to discuss the interim talents trends...

Transforming the supply chain

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...

Value creation in technology: The good, the bad and the ugly

What is value creation? From inception to exit, Odgers’ annual Technology Reception considered the milestones and challenges a company faces in the journey to create value and the role of the CEO throughout this process....

Signs of revival in interim consumer market

Brexit has been the consumer industry’s Achilles heel for the past year and a half. Fears of tougher times ahead have largely focused on rising labour costs, and it’s true that producers are experiencing low-level staffing...

Life Sciences businesses engage interim managers to navigate industry turbulence

Fledgling businesses in the life sciences sector have long struggled with the financial demands that are needed to survive extensive trial periods and secure regulatory approval for their first pharmaceutical product. But now,...

Third sector set for creative ‘shake up’

Recent charity investigations have proved a deafening wake-up call for the entire sector.

Creating a successful digital advice strategy

Paul Smith, head of our Financial Services practice, speaks to consultant John Wilkinson, about how to successfully execute a digital advice strategy.

Putting students at the heart of universities

The upcoming transition of the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) into the Office for Students represents a far-reaching step-change. From the 1st April, the emphasis will focus on students at the heart of all...

Can electricity and water really mix?

Cross-sharing of skills to fuel energy & water pipeline

The energy and water sector often finds itself caught in the political crossfire – and leaders have to second-guess both the government, and opposition’s real intentions. ...

How does the social housing sector respond to tech pressures and new stock targets?

Getting the ‘house’ in order: social housing’s people agenda

What is driving the growth of interim management in the social housing sector? Chief Executives regularly ask me this question and my response is quite simple: new...

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