Fractional Manager Italia

Fractional Management is a specific form of temporary management born out of increasing demand from small or medium-sized companies that cannot bear the cost of a full-time manager but require the same technical, specialist or strategic skills as larger companies.

What characteristics must a Fractional Manager have?

A Fractional Manager is a manager who splits (“fractionates”) their working time and distributes it across one or more companies, in each of which they have a shared and clearly defined objective, usually with a deadline.
The Fractional Manager thus operates on a part-time basis with multiple customers during the same timeframe.
The Fractional Manager can therefore be considered a fourth way, alongside traditional management, temporary management and consultancy, through which a company, generally small or medium-sized, can access quality human resources and proven experience to improve its management processes or to realise specific plans or goals.

Fractional Manager Identikit

Management skills

Strong operational and strategic skills

High seniority

Experience gained in the field with documented years of work

Management experience

Ability to manage and coordinate teams

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Powerful motivation

In the management of a project and its challenges

Action-oriented approach

Management approach rather than (or in addition to) consultancy

Soft skills

Emotional intelligence, problem solving, creativity, negotiation, lateral thinking, decision-making ability, ability to create engagement in work teams towards business objectives






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The Chief Financial Officer is the person who manages the finances of a company. Traditionally, they are responsible for: administration, accounting and management control, functions that include cash flow monitoring and financial planning, both in the short term (e.g. treasury management) and in the medium term (e.g. investment and resource management).

The Chief Commercial Officer, also sometimes referred to as the Chief Business Officer) is an executive manager, in charge of the commercial strategy and the interpretation of market needs so that these, consistently reported in the company, can result in a coherent and attractive offer of products and/or services at the best quality and price levels for the specific target markets.

The Logistics Manager has the task of managing and guaranteeing the perfect functioning of the Supply Chain.
Supply Chain refers to the set of activities that concern the supply of goods, from their production to delivery to customers, as well as the management of relationships with suppliers.

The Crisis or Restructuring Manager (Chief Restructuring Officer) is a function with experience both in the ordinary management of the company – they therefore share the language and working methods of directors, business management and entrepreneurs – and in the delicate events that characterise situations of corporate crisis and the subsequent intervention processes necessary for their resolution.

Who are our customers?


With revenues between 2 and 25 million euros that can rarely justify a manager, be it a CEO, a CFO or a full-time HR Manager.
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Small and Medium-sized Enterprises

They are in need of a professional approach, since they also face manifold challenges, both in terms of management, and in terms of short/medium- and long-term objectives, in addition to the need to manage business stress/crisis situations or extraordinary operations.
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Where Fractional Management is an ideal tool to bring high-level skills to the business, which are not available elsewhere, at affordable costs, with the key outcome of boosting the skills of people already working in the company.
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