Interim services provided by Ad van der Rest and Visible Goal Limited offer the benefits
explained in the:
The Interim Management “Value Proposition”
Return On Investment. Interim Managers add value by using their skills and expertise
to help deliver an outcome, solution, service or mitigate risk that provides a meaningful
‘Return On Investment’ to a client. Interim Managers are paid on the understanding
of goals and objectives being performed and delivered, and not simply on the basis
Speed. Interim Managers can be in place within days as opposed to weeks or months
which is essential when time constraints are paramount. Being practiced in engaging
promptly with the situation, they become effective quickly upon joining a client
organisation. Because of their experience and expertise, Interim Managers also conduct
and complete assignments effectively and with due speed.
Expertise. Interim Managers typically operate at a senior level in the client organisation,
often being sensibly over-qualified for the roles they take on. They often bring
skills and knowledge not otherwise in place, to address a specific skills gap or
problem. Their experience and expertise enables them to be productive and make a
noticeable impact from the outset, maximising the likelihood of success.
Objectivity. Unencumbered by company politics or culture, Interim Managers provide
a fresh perspective and are able to concentrate on what's best for the business.
Being independent operators, they are able to contribute honestly without constituting
a threat to the incumbent management team. Not being part of a larger business they
are not pressured to unnecessarily extend their assignment.
Accountability. Rather than taking on a purely advisory role, Interim Managers are
managers who will take responsibility for and manage a business or project in their
own right. They expect to be held accountable for results and by being instrumental
in an assignment’s successful delivery. They give clients the peace of mind that
the Interim Manager has stewardship of the project in hand.
Effectiveness. Operating at or near board-level gives Interim Managers the authority
and credibility to effect significant change or transition within a company. Unlike
a ‘temp’, they're not just there to ‘hold the fort’. They actively add value to the
client organisation as a result of their expertise and approach, even when the work
and the decisions to be made are difficult.
Commitment. Career Interim Managers maintain high professional standards because
their future work relies upon referrals and a successful track record. They therefore
have a stake in the success of the assignments that they undertake. This contrasts
favourably with other ‘temporary workers’ who may also be seeking ‘permanent employment’
or simply motivated by a day rate or extending their tenure.