Demand Signals Interim Management


“Interim Management: Solving Urgent & Hidden Problems”

Demand Signals Interim Management – potential (sometimes hidden) problems prior to deployment interim management
• Turnaround Interim Management
• Transition Interim Management
• Start-up Interim Management
• Executive Interim Management

Policy & board decisions & anticipating actions
• all changes in strategy & business plans
• focus on core, changes & implementation by an interim – capacity and knowledge added to the existing management
• the need of (second) opinion
• the need for valuation or assurance
• unbalance in SWOT
• start-ups
• merge & acquisition – preliminary, integration, closure
• restructuring
• business development (new markets/products, partnerships)
• (temporary) projects

Market & Sales
• declining sales
• shrinking market share
• stocks rising
• customer complaints
• longer lead times
• failing communication & PR or an “attack”

Internal Organization
• structural losses
• a decrease in labour productivity
• accounting, lack of management information
• not or hard to fill positions
• lack of expertise
• lack of resources/capacity
• disruptions and blockages
• a need for implementation power
• poor internal communication

• loss or threat to profitability
• lack of cash, solvency
• capital investments
• poor relationship, lack of trust with funders

Management and Staff
• oppressive atmosphere, stress
• conflicts, lack of acceptance/support
• breach of trust management/staff
• disagreement within the board
• high staff turnover
• indifferent / demotivated staff

Strong Demand Signals Interim Management – Most significant problems – Unhidden & Urgent
• Crisis / Recovery Interim Management
• Turn-around Interim Management

• operate and reorganisation under the bankruptcy law
• poor financial results and solvency
• high costs, inefficient business processes
• poor financial management and planning

• inadequate management teams (internally focused, low result)
• insufficient responsibility for results
• poor communication and management information

Market & Sales
• insufficient commercial power
• new entrants in the market

• failing and incomplete reorganisation and integration (merge)
• lack of strategic vision
• failing strategy execution
• failing HRM policy/execution

Any demand signals for interim management solutions?
Note time is a factor for success, so do not postpone decisions.
Contact Consultdustry Interim Management and let us do the “uncommon, risky or nasty jobs” as together with and for our clients we can fix and make business better!