Shareholder unrest should lead to an increase in use for Interim Executives

The Guardian’s recent article supports others over recent weeks who believe the time may well be finally up for excessive greed in UK PLC’s Boardrooms. If so this could well open the doors for senior Interim executives to support businesses as they find themselves with no succession and a gap in their senior team.

Inertia at board-level in recent years has cost the Headhunters dearly but more importantly in my opinion it has cost UK PLC in terms of innovation and change. Many Boards find themselves operating in an environment where its about survival not innovation and this is arguably a recipe for disaster. External intervention from interim executives who have taken and developed their skills from one turbulent scenario to another can only help end the inertia some organisations are living with.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2012/apr/29/executive-pay-party-woken-up-investors?newsfeed=true 

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Nick has built a reputation over 15 years as a leading protagonist in the Interim Management industry. He has started, bought, rebranded and sold interim management businesses. He is now focusing his attention exclusively at Board and Head of Function level.

   

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