If the mountain is too high, the equipment is not right Interim managers in mechanical engineering are used to thinking in a solution-oriented way. They develop new strategies, have a high affinity for innovation and get directly and constructively involved in the day-to-day running of the company. Equally indispensable is their excellent understanding of digitalization, which is currently confronting the entire mechanical engineering industry with new challenges and will continue to do so in the future.
The digital transformation means that countless jobs will be performed exclusively by machines in the future. In addition, and based on a global comparison study, Germany is considered to be one of the world´s most unattractive production locations due to the high costs of energy and manpower. These challenges are resulting in a shift in the focus of work: with a clear emphasis on Research & Development, programming and technical support.
This makes it all the more relevant to fill vacant top position in this segment on an interim basis so that Mechanical Engineering 4.0 can perform successfully with its processes, and that unnecessary pressure is taken out of the recruitment process.