Interim Managers perform an entirely different role to that of a Management Consultant.
An Interim Manager directs or controls all or part of an organisation, taking decisions, and ensures implementation and management of those decisions.
A Consultant gathers information, gives advice, information and guidance and recommends a course of action.
|Interim Manager||vs||Management Consultant|
|To hiring Client||< Accountability >||To own Consultancy|
|Decision Maker||< Execution >||Advisory|
|Consequences||< Responsibility >||Advisory|
|Sensibly Over-Qualified||< Experience >||Learns on the Job|
|Shareable||< Knowledge >||Chargeable|
|Own||< Reputation >||Consultancy|
|Task completed||< Exit >||Task to be completed|
|€0.7n per day||< Rate >||€n per day|
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