WHAT WE DO
The Actiss Africa offer can be summed up in two proposals
Interim management allows a company to meet the most important challenges, to solve its most serious operational problems. To do this, an interim manager, supported by an Actiss partner, takes charge of the business sector at stake for a few months, mobilizes the teams, determines and rolls out an action plan, until QUICKLY and surely the desired objectives. It is an additional force that strongly impacts the action of the company, making it possible to achieve the expected results.
Interim management is structured in 5 main stages :
Define the challenges : understand the company’s objectives by writing specifications;
Validate the choice of manager : involve a manager suited to the needs of the company, with several years of expertise in this area;
Launch the mission : draw up an action plan to summarize the list of subjects or problems to be dealt with, actions to be carried out, then appoint the people responsible for these actions and set their deadlines for completion;
Measure progress : take stock regularly with the interim manager to ensure the smooth running of his mission;
Conclude the mission : offer the management of the company or the successor of the transition referent a detailed roadmap allowing him to resume the rest with peace of mind. The mission of an interim manager is 6 to 18 months on average.
How do we work?
To do this, each mission is articulated according to VMA, a unique methodology, specific to ACTISS. It is based on a deep understanding of our client’s issues and challenges in order to create a precise vision. We see each mission as a project with a mobilization phase and successively an action phase that guarantee both the achievement of primary objectives and the overall success of the chosen strategy.
In order to maximize the probability of achieving the expected objectives, we organize ourselves as an Actiss Africa Partner / Actiss Africa Transition Manager. The partner manages the mission, and ensures that the actions carried out give results and lead to the achievement of the objectives. The interim manager rushes into the mission, takes control of the teams, directs them towards the objective, and executes the action plans determined by the Steering Committee.
The parties – client, partner, interim manager, meet regularly (weekly) in the Steering Committee (Copil), a real mission control tower.
Interim managers are very experienced seniors, who are often oversized and therefore able to be more efficient and faster on the challenges of the missions in which they are immersed.