Assignment areas


Interim management involves carrying out a clearly defined activity at a company for a limited period of time. There are two distinct categories of requirements comprising various assignment areas.

Critical management situations

  • Unexpected management shortages and vacancies
  • Delays in filling a vacancy and the need for a satisfactory temporary solution
  • Initial staffing for a newly created position
  • The need for support on turnaround and restructuring efforts
  • Critical projects, including strategic reorganizations
  • Coaching for executive managers when facing difficult challenges
  • Succession planning and support, change in ownership, MBI, MBO, integration activities
  • Management of unexpected or exceptional business events

Strategic activities related to business development

  • Executing growth and expansion strategies
  • Tapping new sales channels or target groups
  • Creating new business units
  • Expanding internationally
  • Relocating production facilities
  • Carrying out a strategic realignment; responding to competition; addressing market needs and globalization; launching new technologies, products, brands or systems
  • Quickly increasing business strengths, rapidly exploiting innovations
  • Managing standard strategic or complex projects of all kinds, especially large-scale projects on top of day-to-day business
  • Providing support for M&As, consolidations, joint ventures
  • Handling one-time major contracts while forgoing additional permanent employment
  • Implementing change management processes
  • Carrying out optimization projects and efficiency improvement programs