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Interim managers are given the objective to manage change, alongside the day-day business, then exit. In the first few days, the interim will evaluate the people capability, identify the key players and develop a hypothetical view of the issues and the necessary changes to move the business forwards. Having identified the main players the interim will agree objectives with the client owner, set their team stretch objectives, and work through and coach their team to establish the management controls, accountability and organisational and reporting structure to better manage the day-day business as well as progress the core change program.
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