Of Anglo-Saxon culture, the interim management finds its origins in the United States, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom in years 1970 before developing in the other European countries
Then, this experience was established in France where it strongly developed since about twenty years.
Today, this activity became a reality with the increasing request of the market.
The interim management consists in temporarily entrusting the controls of the enterprise or one of its departments to an external expert in a fast and effective way to initiate and to accompany a changing phase or to solve operational problems.
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