November 2018, Issue 74

In this month’s Perspective we look at the evolution of the utilities sector and explore the secrets of success for female leaders in the TEC industry. We’ve also included two case studies covering recent Odgers Interim assignments in the NHS and at the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply.
Women in technology: 5 secrets to success

Women in technology: 5 secrets to success

Following Odgers Interim’s recent Women in Technology breakfast event, Ali Palmer, Partner and Head of our Consumer and Telecommunications Practice, explores the secrets to success for female leaders in an industry dominated by men

Case study: Interim Director of IM&T at South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust

Case study: Interim Director of IM&T at South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust

SJ Leatherdale, Partner and Head of our Health and Life Sciences Practice talks to interim manager Martin Roe about his recent Odgers Interim assignment with South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust

Case study: Interim Chief Executive Officer at Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply

Case study: Interim Chief Executive Officer at Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply

Narinder Uppal, Consultant in our Education Practice talks to Interim Manager Gerry Walsh about providing confidence and stability in a time of uncertainty

Future focus: How to recruit for the evolution of the utilities sector

Future focus: How to recruit for the evolution of the utilities sector

Terry Noble, Consultant in our Industrial Practice, explains how the utilities sector can attract talent as it looks to evolve

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