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CDIO | Chief Digital Information Officer

Characteristics of our Interim CRO

The role of a chief digital officer (CDO) or a chief digital information officer (CDIO) is to help an organization grow and transform by using digital technologies and data. A CDIO is responsible for setting and implementing the digital strategy, overseeing the digital operations, and leading the digital innovation and culture. A CDIO works closely with other executives and stakeholders to ensure that the organization’s digital initiatives are aligned with its vision, mission, and goals. A CDIO may also manage the digital sectors such as mobile, social media, web, and e-commerce.

  • Strategic Thinking: Aligning tasks with project objectives and broader organizational goals ensures that efforts contribute meaningfully to overall success.

  • Time Management: Efficient time management ensures that project milestones are met and deadlines are achieved.

  • Leadership Skills: Project managers need strong leadership to guide teams, make tough decisions, and inspire confidence in the project's success.

  • Adaptability: Project managers often encounter diverse projects and teams; adaptability ensures they can quickly understand and integrate into new environments.

  • Flexibility: Projects are dynamic, and being open to change allows project managers to navigate uncertainties and adjust plans as needed.


Finding the right Project Managemer can be a challenging endeavor due to several factors:

  • Availability

  • Industry Knowledge

  • Specialized Skill Set

  • Cost Considerations

  • Communication Skills

  • Results-Driven

  • Risk Management

  • Time Management

  • Conflict Resolution Skills

  • Problem-Solving Skills

  • Negotiation Skills

  • Continuous Improvement

  • Operational Efficiency

  • Data Utilization

  • Warehouse Management Expertise

The Solution

Executive Interim Management is a modern managerial solution, in which an experienced senior executive or a complete team is temporarily engaged by a company to address a specific leadership challenge on a short-term basis. 

An Executive Interim Manager is a highly experienced senior executive typically engaged for a few months to provide leadership, drive change, address a specific issue, or manage complex projects. Key characteristics include experience,  seniority, immediate availability, project orientation, and operational hands-on approach.

CE Interim: Cross-cultural Executive Interim Management

We design and implement individual project-based business solutions and together with our industry experts lead companies through transformations to unlock their full potential.

Our Partners stands personally by your side from the project definition, evaluation of the interim manager, through the whole project, until completion, and hand-over, to ensure the agreed objectives are achieved and stay within your organization.

Our Executive Interim Managers have local or international backgrounds, they have studied, lived, and worked in various countries and go through rigorous evaluation processes following a methodology specifically designed for demanding cross-cultural interim missions.

Over the recent decade, we have performed hundreds of successful missions predominantly in Central and Eastern Europe, but also in Asia, the Middle East, and the USA.

The manager you are looking for

> 15 countries

the biggest network in Central and Eastern Europe

> 50,000

senior managers
in our broad network

> 90%

of mandates filled without going public

< 2 weeks

to present a short list of verified candidates

Germany | Austria | Switzerland

Poland | Czech Republic | Slovakia | Slovenia | Bulgaria | Romania | Hungary | Croatia

Serbia | Montenegro | Bosnia and Herzegovina | Macedonia | Estonia | Latvia | Lithuania

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