To keep a business on track and growing, its leaders need to be fully conversant with trends and developments affecting a particular industry and what it takes to be competitive therein.

Often-times the best solution for a business lagging in competitiveness is an interim manager who can bring a fresh perspective. Interim managers have the potential to rejuvenate tired and stale employees, and then, at best, clear off. If they're exceptional, an interim business consultant can help you identify the critical issues facing your business and propose practical solutions.

Finding a good business or management consultant in South Africa is, however, difficult. You can either pay a great deal of money for the ministrations of a large corporation which will most likely, ineffectually, try to be all things to all people, or you can take your chances with an unknown "loose canon" who is just as likely to let you down. As a result of such approaches, the consultancy game can have a bad reputation as evidenced by books with titles such as House of Lies: How Management Consultants Steal Your Watch and Then Tell You the Time by Martin Kihn, and Dangerous Company: Management Consultants and the Businesses They Save and Ruin by James O'Shea.

Moksha takes a unique approach.