While interim management shares some similarities with management consultancy, there are important differences.  These differences manifest both in delivery of services and routes to commissioning.   Interims are hands-on managers, often serving a man-management role within a company, generally with engagements of 6-9 months.  Where consultants are generally concerned with strategy, interims tend to focus on delivery, and are often used to cover maternity, recruitment gaps or periods of change, where there is a need for an experienced manager to “hit the ground running” and bridge a leadership gap.

Through partnership with Executives Online, Executive Transitions is able to offer entry into the interim market.  We have also developed a course in interim management, which covers skills in delivery and business development as well as strategies to work with recruitment firms and other hirers.