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1 1 Version 1 | Internal Use© Ipsos MORI Version 1 | Internal Use Only Paste co- brand logo here IMA Membership Audit Quarter January – March /06/2013

2 2 Version 1 | Internal Use© Ipsos MORI Methodology and Sample

3 3 Version 1 | Internal Use© Ipsos MORI Methodology and Sample This report presents the findings of the first of four waves in 2013 of the IMA (Interim Management Association) Membership Audit. The study, now in its 8 th year, has been carried out from 2006 on a quarterly basis. IMA members participated in an online survey entering data for each assignment completed between 1 st January and 31 st March This report is based upon findings from the 22 participating members of the IMA. Fieldwork was carried out between April and May 2013.

4 4 Version 1 | Internal Use© Ipsos MORI Completed Assignments

5 5 Version 1 | Internal Use© Ipsos MORI 2013 at a glance Q1 2013Q2 2013Q3 2013Q IMA Members completing the survey Cumulated turnover (millions) £ Average margin against revenue 16%--- Completed assignments New assignments started NET started - completed Average length (billable days)

6 6 Version 1 | Internal Use© Ipsos MORI Number of completed assignments In the first quarter of 2013, the 22 participating IMA members completed a total of 333 interim assignments, down 3% from the last quarter of The average number of assignments completed per member was 15, slightly down from Q when the average per company was 16. This quarter there has been decline across all metrics. The average number of assignments in progress per member has marginally declined – the average this quarter is 67, down from 68 last quarter. However, assignments in progress continue to increase compared to last year. The overall number of new assignments started in this quarter (377) is down 1% from Q (382). The average number of new assignments marginally increased per member this quarter and is now 19. The net difference between new assignments started (377) and completed (333) in this last quarter remains positive at +44. As of 31 st March 2013, the 22 participating IMA members had a total of 1,432 assignments in progress. The highest number of interim managers on assignment on 31 st March 2013 from one member was 235. The average length of assignments has dropped this quarter from 177 to 130 days. The share of Female interim executives has increased to over a quarter (28%), with the proportion of male interim executives declining 4 percentage points to 72%.

7 7 Version 1 | Internal Use© Ipsos MORI Number of assignments completed in the quarter How many interim management assignments were completed by your company between 1 st January and 31 st March 2013? 26 or more Highest number of completed assignments by one member = 69 Total number of completed assignments by all members = Base: IMA Members completing the survey (22) 21-25

8 8 Version 1 | Internal Use© Ipsos MORI Number of completed assignments Trend data Number of assignments (actual numbers) Average number of Interim management assignments completed per member in each quarter Base: IMA Members completing the survey each wave

9 9 Version 1 | Internal Use© Ipsos MORI Total number of assignments in progress by all members = 1,432 Number of assignments in progress in the quarter Highest number of interim managers on assignment on 31 st March = 235 How many interim managers did you have on assignment on 31 st March 2013 Base: IMA Members completing the survey (22)

10 10 Version 1 | Internal Use© Ipsos MORI Number of assignments in progress Trend data Average number of interim managers on assignment per member at the end of each quarter Number of assignments (actual numbers) Base: IMA Members completing the survey each wave

11 11 Version 1 | Internal Use© Ipsos MORI Number of new assignments started in the quarter How many new assignments started between 1 st January and 31 st March 2013? Total number of assignments started this quarter = 377 Highest number of assignments started this quarter = Base: IMA Members completing the survey (22) 31-40

12 12 Version 1 | Internal Use© Ipsos MORI Number new assignments Trend data Average number of new assignments started per member in each quarter Number of assignments (actual numbers) Base: IMA Members completing the survey each wave

13 13 Version 1 | Internal Use© Ipsos MORI Length of assignments days 60 days or less days days days What was the length of each assignment in billable days? days Over 360 days Average 130 days Base: All assignments completed in Q (333)

14 14 Version 1 | Internal Use© Ipsos MORI Length of assignments trend data Average length of assignments in billable days each quarter Billable days Base: Interim assignments completed in each wave

15 15 Version 1 | Internal Use© Ipsos MORI Male and female share MaleFemale Is the interim executive male or female? % Base: All assignments completed in Q (333)

16 16 Version 1 | Internal Use© Ipsos MORI Public sector vs. private sector The private sector accounted for 57% of all completed assignments in Q1 2013, down 15 percentage points from the all-time high of 72% last quarter. The private sector has fallen considerably from the last 2 waves back down to the level seen one year earlier – although this could be due to the layout change of the question. The Banking & Finance sector continues to lead the IMA business, with (32%) of all private assignments. The other leading sectors are Chemical/Biotech/Pharma with 8%, Manufacturing with 8% and Business services with a 7% share. The public sector business is dominated by Local Government with 34% of all public sector assignments carried out in this area. The next biggest public sector types by size are Central Government(generic) and the Health sector. Both increased shares with Central Government(generic) rising 5 percentage points from last quarter - 17% (in Q4 2012) to 22% this quarter and Health sector rising 6 percentage points – 16% (in Q4 2012) also to 22%

17 17 Version 1 | Internal Use© Ipsos MORI Private sector vs. public sector Public sector Private sector QWere they working in the public or private sector? % Base: All assignments completed in Q (333)

18 18 Version 1 | Internal Use© Ipsos MORI Private sector Which specific industry within the private sector? Top mentions Base: All assignments completed in Q in the private sector (189)

19 19 Version 1 | Internal Use© Ipsos MORI Public sector Which specific industry within the public sector? Base: All assignments completed in Q in the public sector (144) All mentions

20 20 Version 1 | Internal Use© Ipsos MORI Job function, reason for assignment 29% of requested assignment functions in this quarter were for Special Projects, down 1 percentage point from Q (30%). This is followed by Finance with 15%, down 3 percentage points from Q (18%). The main reason for an assignment remains Programme/Project Management, with well over half (63%) of all interim executives hired for this purpose (up 23 percentage points from 40% in Q The next most frequent reasons are Gap Management (23%), up 8 percentage points from 15% in Q4 2012, and Turnaround/Crisis Management with 4%. However, this quarter Mergers & Acquisitions (1%) has declined 7 percentage points from 8% in Q

21 21 Version 1 | Internal Use© Ipsos MORI Job function performed What job function did the executive perform? Top mentions Base: All assignments completed in Q (333)

22 22 Version 1 | Internal Use© Ipsos MORI Reason for assignments What was the reason for this assignment? All mentions Base: All assignments completed in Q (333)

23 23 Version 1 | Internal Use© Ipsos MORI Location of assignments Where was the interim executive predominantly based for this assignment? Base: 358 Assignments Q U.K. 326 Outside the U.K. - Western Europe 5 Central/Eastern Europe - Central/South America - USA/Canada 1 Africa - Middle East 1 India /Asian subcontinent - Asia and the Far East - (*percentage smaller than 0.5%) Base: All assignments completed in Q (333)

24 24 Version 1 | Internal Use© Ipsos MORI Enquiries

25 25 Version 1 | Internal Use© Ipsos MORI Enquiries An enquiry is defined as any contact for an assignment which led to a meeting with a prospective client and putting a shortlist forward. The average number of enquiries received by each provider involved this quarter is 95, markedly higher than the previous quarter and at the highest level seen so far in the course of the survey. The majority of enquiries came from the private sector (75%), up from 64% last quarter, with a private to public sector ratio of 3:1 compared with less than 2:1 for the previous 3 quarters.

26 26 Version 1 | Internal Use© Ipsos MORI Number of enquiries received General trend data Base: All receiving enquiries in each quarter How many enquiries for assignments did your company receive in each quarter? No. of enquiries

27 27 Version 1 | Internal Use© Ipsos MORI Enquiries in the private and public sectors Public sectorPrivate sector What percentage of these enquiries came from the public and private sectors? Base: All receiving enquiries % Base: All enquiries received in each wave

28 28 Version 1 | Internal Use© Ipsos MORI Version 1 | Internal Use Only Paste co- brand logo here Thank you | /06/2013 © Ipsos MORIThis work was carried out in accordance with the requirements of the international quality standard for market research, ISO 20252:2006 and with the Ipsos MORI Terms and Conditions which can be found herehere


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