Boyden provides proven interim executives who can be engaged quickly, and are prepared to readily assume a leadership role. Our interim executives are judiciously selected, and have a track record of delivering results, offering a number of advantages.
Speed: An interim executive can be engaged within a very short timeframe, even within days.
Expertise: Boyden’s interim executives are highly qualified professionals with substantial expertise who are able to deliver value immediately and effectively.
Cost: Interims work independently as a flexible resource for a defined period of time and are focused on the client’s return on investment.
Legacy: An injection of expertise from an interim executive can have a lasting and hugely positive impact across the entire organisation, operationally, economically and culturally.
Reassurance: The ability to be well-referenced is key to being consistently employed as an interim executive. This ensures that the interim will have high motivation and output.
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Philip Graham is a Principal with Boyden ANZ. His breadth of experience covers a range of industries including education, energy, health, industrials, infrastructure, professional services and natural resources. His outstanding communication and relationship-building skills, along with a methodical approach, ensure extensive market coverage and successful placement of C-suite, board and senior executive candidates.
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An interim CCO realigns the sales strategy of a German telecommunications and fibre optics company owned by a private equity investor, making it scalable and laying the foundation for significant network expansion.
As an Interim CFO in a SaaS Scale up with only four days of transmission, the role of the Interim Executive shifted more towards a COO task given the urgent implementation of an ERP (NetSuite) with about 5000 monthly new contracts to file and invoice.