Mediumsized Businesses

In its current leading report on global economic prospects, the World Bank predicts that global growth with 3.2 percent more will hasten, as previously assumed. Kreuzlingen, 22 January 2014: A huge opportunity to participate in this growth is produced for export-oriented companies. Now, speed of implementation is required. Who knows how long this phase lasts? For urgent or short-term projects, Manager for the mid-market interim are a quick solution and good investment. But even when it must go fast, quality at the top. “Really good staff is the strongest lever and at the same time the biggest bottleneck”, said Dr. Harald Schonfeld, Board of Directors of the industry association AIMP (Arbeitskreis interim management provider) and Managing Director of butterflymanager GmbH. But just smaller and medium-sized companies looked deliberately on the cost in the years of crisis and are now staffed very slim.

Top engineers and project managers with appropriate expertise in the now upcoming Tasks are available in the market but difficult or with high salary demands in the short term by the competition to pry off. Analog to the increasing use of temporary workers at lower levels, managers in the spotlight back therefore flexible interim. Schonfeld however cautions against Schnellschussen or “Bargain” from the Internet from the perspective of the industry and advises to the conversation with a reputable provider: “the practice shows, that provider is happy to turn when the topic is important and want to be sure the customer that achieved its goals also be Manager with the interim”, so Schonfeld. Professional interim management providers – such as the members of the recognised trade association AIMP – have a carefully evaluated circle of interim managers, they build in the long term as quality aspects and utmost care and nurture. Proposals for appropriate interim manager can be presented so often already after a few days the customer. Butterflymanager alone is more than 10 years in Switzerland, in Germany and Austria on the market and has a pool of about 3500 interim managers as a provider. Among them are alone 778 engineers used in most cases for the bridging of vacancies or for projects.

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