Interim Management is the better way. It is a fast method for accessing management resources. Unlike consultants, interim managers are responsible for line management. They offer companies an effective way to expand the existing skills of their “core” employees – a just-in-time source of intellectual capital and additional specialist capacity.
In this interview with the Interim Management Provider Bridge imp GmbH from Grünwald, I talk about RoIM – Return on Interim Management – and my motto “Resulting instead of Consulting”.
You can use these questions to prepare for the assignment of an Interim Manager.
Interim Sales Manager in medium-sized companies: Resulting instead of consulting!
How to make a successful business restart in times of digitalisation? Interim Sales Managers initiate new business models in the digital change and lead sales teams to old strengths and new successes. This is becoming increasingly important, especially for medium-sized businesses.
Dear interested parties and clients!
I want to find out if I am the right man for the job. For this purpose I have developed these questions over the course of time.
Please answer these seven questions for yourself before hiring me or any other Interim Manager.
Ralf H. Komor is an interim manager, book author and absolute B2B Sales professional. Clients from corporations to small and medium-sized businesses benefit from his 30 years of experience in national and international projects. He is recognised in the industry as a thoroughbred salesman and heads the DDIM.fachgruppe “Vertrieb & Marketing”. He is also co-author of the book project “Chefsache Interim Management”, which was published this year by Springer-Verlag.
In an interview with division one, Komor talks about his experiences that he has had in his previous self-employment as a temporary manager and reveals valuable tips for newcomers to the Interim Market.
Everyone is talking about digitalisation. It is changing and presenting companies with new challenges. These are also reaching traditional industries, such as the construction industry. Here, digitalisation is driven primarily by a new methodology, Building Information Modelling (BIM). However, the effects of this are not yet fully foreseeable. What is certain, however, is that business models could and possibly must change.