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Interim Management

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Temporary management in hotels represents a quality solution in the business of many companies, because of this, temporary managers are no longer seen as a temporary solution, but as a constant need in business processes

What is Interim Management or temporary management?


Interim management is not the same as consulting. Consultants can provide some expertise for a limited period of time, but they generally work outside the organization itself. Above all, their services are related to advising the client and they primarily provide advice and recommendations.

Temporary managers give advice, recommend and work on the implementation itself. They take full responsibility for the entire task and its execution, and after completion move on to the next one.

Temporary management in hotels represents a quality solution in the business of many companies, because of this, temporary managers are no longer seen as a temporary solution, but as a constant need in business processes.

Interim managers can be engaged in developing and improving existing management or training and preparing teams when an uncertain future is expected in the area where the client operates. Temporary managers are hired to solve difficult situations because companies need experienced, capable, professionally successful and proven managers who can contribute to a faster exit from crisis situations.

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What is the benefit of hiring an interim manager?


Speed ​​- interim managers can take on responsibilities in a very short period of time, unlike the long procedure of searching for staff through agencies or other types of employment channels.

Experience – interim managers have experience in similar positions for which they are hired and apply effective methods and tools that have been proven on previous projects.

Effectiveness – Interim managers operate at or near the level of a member of senior management and have the authority to act effectively in implementing changes and transitions within the company.

Objectivity and responsibility – the interim manager is independent and is not obliged to fit into the policies of the company, and by the nature of things is interested in the successful performance of the assigned work.

Total commitment – the interim manager is committed to solving the task and his motivation is different due to the different level of commitment from the permanent employees. The Interim Manager accepts the challenges of the various jobs and is aware that maintaining a high standard of service on each assignment is the only reference for future arrangements.


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