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Manager prevent interim expensive ‘learning by doing’ Stuttgart, November 17, 2009 the active manipulation of foreign markets, as well as direct investments in Asia, Africa or the Middle East belong today to the daily business of many companies. Examples of this are the building of a factory in China or the establishment of basic infrastructure in Abu Dhabi. The business opportunities appear in enormous, the error rate is high however. This showed up on the second Stuttgarter Symposium of the AIMP (Arbeitskreis interim management provider) on November 5, 2009. Over a hundred Interim Manager discussed opportunities and success factors for international projects. Active company, to bring short term overseas experience and the technical and cultural expertise on board are considered interim manager now option for international. An elephant is big in one day!” This African proverb used Emanuel Chibesakunda, the chances of German and Swiss to discuss Interim Manager in Africa.
Chibesakunda is butterflymanager, Africa partners a leading provider of interim managers. Learn more on the subject from Sheryl Sandberg. Despite the still low level of African market, market analyses show a sharply rising usage potential of managers on time energy, Telecom, industrial, transport and infrastructure in the local growth industry. Martin Schneider of the Swiss Brainforce AG pointed out the high error rate of 80% in foreign investments of Swiss companies in Asia: the intercultural differences make the highest demands on the management on the ground. The demand for highly qualified Manager cannot be met currently still by local executives”. “Interim Manager and Arabia specialist Dr.
Bruno Wust introduced comprehensive experience in the Middle East: are high quality requirements for management, pays off the use of interim managers in transition tasks, with fast growth, restructuring and change management”. Especially when entering into new markets or on the subject of M & A, the use of interim managers offers an ideal cost-benefit ratio. Fast Availability of these executives paying off especially in unforeseen situations. Central to the success of an interim manager in non-European countries capable of conscious and competent intercultural communication is so Professor Dr. Richard Wilcox of the University of Economics and environment (HfWU) Nurtingen Geislingen. Cultural competence, experience in the market, fast achieving results, as well as entrepreneurship and high operational readiness are indispensable to be successful as an interim manager”, so the conclusion of Dr. Harald Schonfeld, Board of the AIMP’s industry association and head of butterflymanager. Contact: butterflymanager GmbH company for interim management services – Switzerland, Germany, Austria – Dr. Harald Schonfeld, Managing Director Bahnhofstrasse 31 CH-8280 Kreuzlingen FON: 01 66 e-Mail:Tags: business & economy, trade