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The demand for interim executives has risen significantly in the last decade and represents a major shift in the way companies think about their executive-level needs. Companies now view interim hiring as a short-term business solution that offers long-term gain, while many experienced executives now regard interim work as a challenging and rewarding career option.
Businesses today generally run leaner at a management level, with constant demands for change to adapt to market shifts. A seasoned executive in place over the short term can help them navigate organizational change, address critical issues and challenges, fill a gap created by a retiring or absent executive, or provide senior-level expertise to lead major projects and initiatives. They are there to make a difference from day one, imbed best practices and leave a legacy of improvement.
Odgers Berndtson is pleased to introduce the first edition of Observe, the firm’s new global magazine.
On Monday, January 27th, the Board hosted 1,300 of the region's business leaders and city builders at its 126th Annual Dinner – sponsored by Odgers...