Temporary Management

  • A Temporary Manager (TM) is a professional who manages a company, or part of it, for a limited period of time, in order to increase the already existing managerial skills and at the same time solve some critical and negative moments (quality problems, economic readjustment ) and positive (growth, development of new products, processes and business).
  • Temporary Management actually represents the third way, alongside consultancy and traditional management, through which the company can acquire resources aimed at improving performance and management skills.



Use specific skills only when required.


Select the Manager with the specific skills required.


Acquire skills you don’t have.

What support do we offer?

Accialini Training & Consulting provides Temporary Management support for projects of variable duration in the following specific areas:


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Nicola was super engaging, very clear, always open to debate and willing to accept different points of view. Very helpful even outside the course hours for doubts. Positive experience. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Katia Gaspari
CAD Designer, SDM tooling S.r.l.

Extremely interesting course performed by a competent and professional speaker ready for any answer for doubts and perplexities

Alberto Dalmasso
CAD Designer, SDM tooling S.r.l.

Nicola is a very experienced manufacturing engineer, especially on gears. He adopted ideas from the big, trending themes like Industry 4.0, big data and automation and turned them into pragmatic solutions.

Tim Sowa
Capability Acquisition Leader, Aerospace Transmission Technologies

Profound knowledge of mechanical manufacturing for the manufacture of gears and strong skills in the organization of work and in the continuous improvement of processes.

Ezio Dadone
Gears & Special processes Business Leader, Avio Aero - a GE Aviation Business

Nicola has an excellent background in gear manufacturing and manufacturing engineering based on hands on manufacturing engineering experience as well as management of R&T projects

Dr. Gregor Kappmeyer
Fellow, Rolls-Royce Deutschland