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Companies appoint interim managers primarily to carry out tasks which carry a high degree of responsibility and are of great economic significance. Currently, interim managers are most commonly employed to handle complex change management issues, closely followed by process optimisation projects. In this respect, the transition to electromobility in the automotive industry, to name but one example, is currently generating exceptional pressure to act. Furthermore, all other sectors are faced with the pressing challenge of developing new digital business models as well as obtaining or training the employees which they will need in order to do this.
In light of the above, it is not surprising that, according to Dachgesellschaft Deutsches Interim Management e. V. (DDIM), the leading branch representative for professional interim management in Germany, nearly 70% of requests for the services of interim executives and interim managers are expected to come from these areas.