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It takes a long time to hire an executive—between 4 to 8 months at the CEO or Executive Director level. What’s more, there are real costs to hiring the wrong candidate. No wonder 84% of CEOs cite...
Business Talent Group Key Strengths: Interim Executives, Special Projects, and Temporary Roles
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Time to Jump Off the Career Ladder, Become a ‘Supertemp?’
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A new industry has emerged allowing senior executives to work on projects as an independent worker.
Supertemps: Why It Pays to Get Smart About Nontraditional Talent
When big companies want to move quickly, they need to re-examine internal practices, not just look at the market. It’s an argument we’ve been making for years—one we’re pleased to see gaining...
Interim CEO of an Industrial Conglomerate
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The Producers: How Companies Like BTG Are Powering Pop-Up Projects
Hollywood producers have decades of experience assembling temporary teams, or flash teams, to execute complex, multi-million-dollar projects. According to Stanford professors Melissa Valentine and...
Interim Head of HR at a Rapid-Growth Pharma Company
The operating partner at a global Private Equity firm was working on the carve-out acquisition of an undervalued pharmaceutical business. He knew it would take time to find the right lead for the...
The Pop-Up Employer: Build a Team, Do the Job, Say Goodbye
The New York Times explains how companies like Business Talent Group act as producers to help companies assemble high-powered temporary teams.
Interim Strategy Director
With a strategy executive in transition, the Chief Planning Officer at an academic health system was trying to make sure key plans and initiatives stayed on track. Looking for a flexible yet...
The Rise of the Supertemp
Examining why and how top talent are choosing to work independently, this Harvard Business Review article is frequently cited as the definitive analysis of the independent professional talent trend.
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A Pioneering Voice for ‘Super Temps’ Scales Up
Business Talent Group CEO Jody Miller on why more and more "Super Temps" choose an independent career path.
Talent Redefined: Top Level Independents in the C-Suite
For the last decade there has been a steady and rapid growth of the high-end independent worker. And it's gaining momentum fast.
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