Here is some of the factors that makes interim management valuable to organisations:

Return On Investment.

Our Interim Managers can deliver an outcome which is "value for money" by using their skills and experience. We deliver  solutions or services that gives ‘Return On Investment’ to your organisation. Our Interim managers are paid when the goal is reached and the organisation has moved to the next level.

Our Interim Managers can very often be in your company within days and this is important when time is money. Being practiced in engaging quickly with new situations, we are effective from the firt minute after we enter the office. Because of our experience and expertise, we can complete small or big assignments faster than normal.

We analyze your organisation very fast and from day one bring changements, knowlegde and skills into your company.  We can find the specific problem in your organisation. Our expertise and our experience makes us very effective from day one. you will a noticeable impact from the first days which gives more success in the organisation

Interim Managers provide a fresh perspective and are able to concentrate on what's best for the business, without being forced by any culture or habit. Being independent, we are able to contribute very honestly without being a treat to the existing management team.

You can count on us, we will take any task and manage it like it was our own company. We manage the project with great responsibillity and are proud to contribute with results that give an effect on you bottom line. 

We work very often at board level and shoving authority within your company. We want to add real value to your organisation. We will use our experience, expertise and approach in such way that you will see even difficult descisions done very easily.

We know that our future depends on how well we do our job within your organisation. Therefore we maintain a very high standard so that our record of jobs well done is increasing for our track record to blossom. We have sucess when your organisation have succeeded. We commit ourselves to the task in hand.


The Interim Management Assignment  vary in scope and requirements, change management, project management,  turnaround management and even event management.

The early stages have much in common with Consultancy, as do later stages with Project Management, but the accountability and responsibility that Interim Managers have for successful analysis and delivery of a fitting solution, is what makes these stages uniquely typical of the Interim Management approach.

We meet with you and try to explore the request that you have. Then we make a proposal for the task in front of us and you descide if you want to engage us for this situation. We can have one or two initial meetings before contract is written.

Then we will research and analyse the situation, trying to understand the current situation and how it came about and what is needed to solve this situation. Very often we find more problem or issues that has not been mentioned in the initial meeting. The analysis of the situation is done in a couple of day depending on size of the company and employees to adress.

After we have analysed, we will give you some proposals and plans for moving forward. Then you descide if our way is your new way or not.

If yes we will implement the new projects, solutions and during this stage we will very often use all your employees for as much feedback as possible. We want to be as close to the situation as we possibly can, so that we better understand the problems in hand. We can manage your teams, different projects, differen crisis or just keeping up the flag, depending on what assignment you want.

After we have endet our assignment we want to be sure that you are satisfied with our job and that the objectives has been met. We will review what has been accomplised during our project and do the handover to you or the manager in charge.  

If you want we can return to your company and give ad hoc consultancy.

When to use us ???

There are a number of different business situations that could result in the need for an Interim Manager. Typically these could be situations such as crisis management, sudden departure, illness, death, change of management, managing change or mergers and acquisitions, and project-and event management.