You can use these questions to prepare yourself for the assignment of an Interim Manager.
- What is the project budget (incl. incidental costs)?
- What is the estimated project duration?
- How high is the expected share?
- Daily business
- How do these proportions change in the course of the project?
- What was the trigger for the search for an IM?
- What will be the true core task?
- What exactly should change as a result of my assignment?
- What should NOT change?
- What exactly do you want to achieve financially (calculate ROIM over 2 years)?
- What exactly do you expect to have achieved by the end of the project (3 top priorities)?
- What has been done in the past to address this issue?
- Why was it not successful?
- What is the sales cycle of products, systems, plants?
- In which processes are you experiencing the biggest problems?
- What is the biggest barrier to growth in your company?
- Why are customers turning away from you?
- Is there a business plan?
- Is there already a strategy paper?
- What are the typical target customers, key accounts?
- Structure and organization of the company?
- What powers and freedoms do I have?
- Incidental costs and travel expenses must be clearly agreed upon: Travel, car-km costs for company trips, hotel, train, flight (national/international)
- Planned holidays?
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