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Working together to resolve your most complex and pressing challenges – both economic and managerial


Management Emergency

Sudden departure?
Long-term absence?
A need for specific expertise?


Performance Improvement

Unsatisfactory results?
Obsolete or ineffective management processes?


Turnaround and Restructuring

Need to integrate or outsource an activity?
Need to restructure debt?


Performance Improvement

Integration or harmonisation?
Change management?

Thanks to our strong network and the Club Delville, our network of interim executives, we are able to propose tailor-made solutions within a very short timescale, no matter what the role or sector of activity:

Chief Executive – Chief Operating Officer – Human Resource Director – Industrial Relations Director – Finance Director – Supply Chain Director – Chief Information Officer – Purchasing Director – Sales Director – Marketing Director – Company Secretary

Chief Executive Officer / General Manager:

Calling on an interim transition CEO is generally the consequence of a major issue that affects the whole company. Situations where an interim CEO may be needed include: recovery from a period of poor management, turnaround of a Business Unit, a subsidiary or even the entire group, redefinition of the business model, sale or exit from a site or activity, balance sheet and organizational restructuring, or to lead a LBO, a merger or an acquisition.

Human Resources Director:

HR is a crucial function that comes to the fore in times of major change. The HR Director contributes real technical expertise on social, legal and internal communications topics and is key to orchestrating business growth or retrenchment and sensitive projects with a major social or industrial relations dimension. Further, pervasive doubts and concerns among employees are emblematic of the issues that might call for an interim HR Director.

Finance Director:

A key member of the executive board and true Business partner of the CEO, the CFO is above all an expert in financial norms and controls. His competencies contribute to optimizing the company’s profits and cash flows, to preparing important financial transactions and flagging to the executive board and shareholders emerging risks, evaluating their probabilities. Cleaning up the accounts, overhauling or reviewing management controls and reporting, galvanizing the operations teams and contributing his financial experience are objectives to be entrusted to an interim Finance Director.

Supply Chain Director:

Achieving the company’s strategic and economic objectives requires a focus on inventory and agility along the whole supply chain. The Supply Chain Director orchestrates the logistical flow, instilling strong process management and lean manufacturing principles, optimizing the workflow across the organization (purchasing, procurement, operations planning, production, despatch…) and ensuring strong KPI performance (service level, S&OP performance…). Issues to entrust to an interim Supply Chain Director include improving availability at point of sale, reducing the working capital requirement, avoiding risk of shortages and cost optimization.

Chief Technical Officer:

If you are looking for the person to entrust with a systems transformation, overhaul of IT governance or leadership of a major IT project, the interim CIO will ensure the best outcome. Expert in all areas of information systems (Production, Infrastructure, Technology, System Development…), you can entrust him with an RFP, management of a third party, outsourcing contract negotiations or an ERP implementation. Beyond his technical expertise, he is above all a team manager with a mastery of IT methodologies and the management of IT environments (ITIL, CMMI, PMI…).

Purchasing Manager:

Cost management is a primary concern of all CEOs and the interim purchasing manager will fulfill this objective. His added value lies in supplier portfolio management and building a beneficial partnership relationship with suppliers. This strategic competency involves fine negotiating skills, rooting out unprofitable contracts and optimizing payment terms to improve the company’s working capital requirements.