Interim Management is the provision of expertise and specialism to a business on a short- to medium-term contract basis to focus on specific needs. Used by businesses in a range of situations from filling gaps in management structure to specialist projects to trouble shooting.
The advantages of interim management are numerous, not least the immediacy of providing a solution; with no long drawn out recruitment procedure filling an interim vacancy can on occasions literally be achieved overnight. Interim managers’ over-qualification for the roles they undertake means clients benefit from the skills of an experienced executive who will attack the issues immediately and is highly likely to have encountered similar issues in their career.
AIM Interims are handpicked for their overall ability and wealth of food and drink manufacturing experience. They possess the essential qualities of good interim managers which ensures that they not only identify the issues and determine how to resolve them but then they roll up their sleeves and deliver the results, encouraging and mentoring the team in the process so by the end of an assignment the business has benefitted for the long term.