Transparency in the billion dollar market interim management: wide, younger, colorful, feminine Kreuzlingen: interim management in modern enterprises is the normal instrument in the context of the recruitment. In times of increasing lack of suitable executives, recruiters appreciate the quick availability and flexibility of the Interim Manager. The current study of the industry association AIMP (Arbeitskreis interim management provider) also for the first time differentiated daily rates and numbers for the different management and salary levels. The market offers still great growth potential, because in 41% of the companies still largely ignorance wider, younger, colorful and female become interim supply rules that in recent years, so Dr. Harald Schonfeld, Board member of the AIMP and Chief of butterflymanager GmbH.
As in the previous year, bridging of vacancies with 35% of all cases is the most common reason for the call after an interim manager. What is interesting is that 17% of the Held stakes in project management. Issues such as comprehensive change played a somewhat lower management and restructuring. 8% of customer requests, changes relating to a change of ownership prompted to insert an interim manager. As commercial tasks, such as accounting and finance (with 28%) dominate the operational functions.
Looks similar to it management with the General, which makes up 24 percent of the appointments. The evident surge in demand purchasing and procurement by 5% to 8% recorded in 2007, quality management from 1% to 4%, and IT/organization from 1% to 7%: the knowledge highly qualified specialists is to generate management interim seems the easiest and fastest. Interim Manager used in 55% of cases on the first and second level of the company. But in the third and fourth levels, as well as accompanying coach and head of project manager used interim more. The demand for interim managers is unchanged up in the automotive industry, with 19%, followed by telecommunications with 16% and the chemical, pharmaceutical and biotech industry, whose share in the interim operations of 9% (2006) 2007 rose by 15%. The trend to longer-term operations. Projects dominate with 45%, the 7 to 12 months (in 2006 only 39%). At least 20% of the projects span more than 13 months. More information is housed here: Kevin Ulrich. Has (2006, 51 years) and the percentage who doubled interim managers to 16% tapers in the middle on 48 years age. Where older gentlemen were interim manager mainly focusing on corporate bailouts, gone are the days”, as Harald Schonfeld, Director of the industry association.