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For your project or business process, we provide leadership, planning, organization, and activity monitoring to ensure the successful execution of projects within budget, specified timeframes, and set goals.
Our work includes project planning, defining objectives, scope, required resources, and timeframes for implementation. We can plan and coordinate the allocation of necessary resources for project execution. We form teams, assign tasks to team members, and ensure a high level of motivation and productivity for each team member involved. Our responsibilities include reporting on project phases, identifying and managing project risks, ensuring results delivery in line with client standards and requirements, and performance analysis. Upon project completion, we report on the achievement assessment concerning financial and non-financial impacts, proposing solutions for process improvement in the future.
Temporary management provides organizations with the opportunity to engage professionals with specific skills to address current business challenges. Temporary management, necessary when internal resources are insufficient or a swift response is required due to new business circumstances, allows business owners to hire a manager for a defined period. That period can range from a few weeks to several months, depending on project requirements and the organization's needs. This is especially beneficial in situations that involve overcoming specific business challenges, initiating or finalizing business projects, or ensuring the required expertise within the organization.
✔ Cost reduction
✔ Reduction of administrative burden
✔ Objective approach
✔ Innovation and knowledge sharing
A temporary manager performs the role of management in his domain. They handle leadership, organization, planning, resource management, and decision-making to achieve results. The only difference from hiring a manager on a full-time basis is that their engagement is for a predetermined period, with the termination circumstances or duration known in advance.
Depending on the industry and the organization's specifics, managerial responsibilities may vary.
✔ Planning short-term and long-term goals, elaborating strategies, and managing resources and activities to ensure the organization's successful operation.
✔ Organizing financial and non-financial resources within the organization to achieve set objectives.
✔ Leading, motivating, and mentoring employees to achieve optimal results.
✔ Monitoring progress, assessing and, if necessary, correcting employees to achieve plan realization.
✔ Communicating with superiors and subordinates regarding goals, expectations, and results.
However, in general, a manager performs the following tasks:
✔ Making decisions regarding resource allocation, priorities, and strategy to achieve goals.
✔ Managing human resources to build strong, competent, and productive teams that will meet planned objectives.
✔ Managing projects from the idea and planning phase to result reporting.
✔ Analyzing the organization's situation and identifying and resolving business problems.
✔ Innovating and improving business processes, products, and services to increase productivity and enhance business success.
Temporary managers help organizations overcome specific challenges or achieve set goals. Some real-life situations in which a business can turn to temporary management include:
✔ Vacant management positions: When an organization lacks a manager for various reasons, a temporary manager can temporarily take over the role in the absence of a permanent solution.
✔ Restructuring: A temporary manager can provide expert guidance during the implementation and management of organizational changes.
✔ Crisis: In crisis situations where internal or external factors threaten business operations, a temporary manager can act quickly and assist in resolving business issues.
✔ Growth and expansion: During periods of organizational growth, expansion into new markets, or the introduction of new products, services, and business processes, an external expert can help with leadership, organization, and other specific skills to achieve business goals.
✔ Lack of specific skills within the organization: When an organization temporarily lacks employees with the skills required for a particular project, a temporary manager can take on the role of a project manager and mentor employees to gain the missing skills and knowledge.