Phases of a mission

Choosing the interim manager:

this is the most delicate phase since it involves choosing an interim manager whose profile best matches the type of situation to be managed, on the one hand, and the company’s expectations and objectives, on the other. Procadres International has a network of more than 500 experienced executives in all sectors and professions.

The technical skills of the interim manager and his practical experience in a management position similar to that which he will occupy during his mission, are so many determining criteria as well as the rigorous preparation of the mission which he will take on:

Determine the objectives pursued and the results to be achieved:

it is essential that the objectives to be attained and the results pursued are set before the mission begins.

Evaluate the progress of the assignment:

it is up to the firm to support the manager and ensure the smooth running of the project entrusted. The interim manager must therefore be able to manage his project and measure its progress on a day-to-day basis.

Ensure the handover:

with an average duration of 6 to 24 months, the mission of the interim manager is, by essence, ad hoc. He must therefore ensure continuity, as soon as he arrives, so that his successor or, where appropriate, the company’s management, can take over without difficulty.