A Different Kind of Outsourcing – Interim Management Have you ever experienced one or more of the following scenarios? Your sales manager has just resigned and suddenly you’re left trying to figure out how to manage all of these reps (and many deals!) on top of your normal responsibilities. Your firm has grown to a size where the account executives need a more dedicated manager for strategizing and mentoring, but you don’t think this will be a full-time role for several months. You’ve just taken a new (and risky) assignment as chief operating officer for a slumping firm that has also fired most of the senior management team. Your number one objective: increase revenues—fast! All of these situations, and many others like them, can leave you in dire straits when sales are on the line.