Interim managers can benefit from “unprecedented demand” for their services from the transport sector, a new study has revealed.
Figures released by polling organisation Ipsos MORI show that the industry is mounting a real challenge to the financial sector’s dominance of the interim market. The survey finds that there has been a steady increase in demand over recent years, as companies put “a huge amount of investment” into bidding for contracts.
Transport now accounts for 15% of interim assignments, compared to 38% within the financial sector. While the bidding process remains the biggest source of demand, other areas such as infrastructure projects and programme development are also performing well. … Continue reading