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Jsme prémiovou česko-slovenskou poradenskou skupinou se silnou vazbou na Rakousko. V rozmezí více než 30 let jsme se rozrostli na jeden z nejznámějších a nejčastěji doporučených středoevropských butiků s globálním dosahem poskytujících na jednom místě (one-stop-shop consultancy) komplexní služby strategického líderství, managementu a veřejných politik.

Naše poradenské týmy jsou aktivní v rámci globálních partnerství a networků, díky čemuž dokážeme držet prst na pulsu nejnovějšího vývoje a v kombinaci s inovativními přístupy nabídnout osvědčené řešení ve středoevropském regionu i mimo něj.

Mezi naše klienty patří mezinárodní společnosti, české i slovenské firmy, investoři, privátní holdingy, rodinné podniky, ale i veřejný a neziskový sektor. Naše poradenské týmy usilují o vytváření oboustranně výhodných partnerství a budování dlouhodobých vztahů.

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Does the West Know Best?


Accession of the Central and Eastern European states has provided impetus for a fundamental re-evaluation of Europe's economic and social model. New member states were forced to introduce radical reforms to tackle the deep-seated problems of the welfare state and in so doing have challenged the orthodoxy of Western European systems. 'Does the West Know Best?' assembles leading thinkers from both eastern and western Europe to examine whether the EU-15 can learn from some of the new member states' more radical approaches to social and economic reform, such as flat taxation, the privatisation of social security and moves towards more market-oriented health systems.

Economic Survey of Slovak Republic


The Slovak government deserves significant credit for a range of reforms which have clearly enhanced the flexibility of the labour market and improved incentives for the unemployed to seek work. The labour code has made working conditions more flexible and has eased the conditions under which workers can be laid off, thus providing a favourable background for job creation and job reallocation. The Slovak authorities have begun to introduce public management reforms which have the potential to accelerate resource reallocation and improve performance across the entire public sector...

Addressing the challenges of an aging workforce


IBM Business Consulting Services, through the IBM Institute for Business Value, develops fact-based strategic insights for senior business executives around critical industry-specific and cross-industry issues. This executive brief is based on an in-depth study by the Institute's research team. It is part of an ongoing commitment by IBM Business Consulting Services to provide analysis and viewpoints that help companies realize business value.

E-government in Central Europe


As part of a broader effort to encourage its citizens and businesses to go digital, the European Union is exhorting member governments to practice what they preach: to shift their own operations to electronic and particularly online platforms. Having signed on to ambitious goals of information society development as part of the EU accession process, most of the ten new and candidate EU members have taken up the e-government challenge with enthusiasm.

The Largest Search Firms in the World


It's that time again; search-consult's annual review of the largest retained search firms in the World. As always, we have taken the approach of measuring scale in terms of global reach. Simply put, we count the number of offices. To be more specific, we count the number of offices that are identified primarily from retained search firms and exclusively from firms that are actively involved in Human Resources. If a search business is formally a subsidiary of a larger group (i.e., A.T. Kearney Executive Search is genuinely separate to A.T. Kearney Management Consulting) then it may be included, but only those offices providing search services will be considered for the count.

El Personaje - Luis Conde


En un sector con pocos movimientos y a la esperada de que el temporal de la crisis amaine, Luis Conde, socio en Barcelona de Seeliger & Conde, ha logrado, por méritos propios, convertirse en uno de los personajes del ano del sector. "Ha conseguido estar en casi todas las operaciones importantes que sa han concertado este ano", apunta un consultor de la competenca. La capacidad de seducción convierte a este licenciado en Ciencias Económicas por la Universidad de Bardelona y con una amplia carrera internacional en el cazetalentos más importante del ano.

2004 Annual Revenue


As in previous years, we would like to share with you results of the human capital consultancy Amrop Jenewein Group (AJG), which reflect last year's engagement and dedication of our experienced consulting team. Achieved success has proven that AJG provides exceptional services and expertise enabling us to deliver the most effective Human Capital and EU affairs solutions to clients.

Flat is beautiful


One of the more bizarre events on the Brussels calendar is the annual capitalist ball, staged by the Centre for the New Europe, a free-market think-tank with an appropriately Rumsfeld-like title. This year's event was dedicated to the memory of Ayn Rand, a libertarian novelist and one-time muse to America's Federal Reserve chairman, Alan Greenspan. Her dedication to capitalism was so complete that, at her memorial service, a six-foot high dollar sign was placed next to the open coffin. Previous balls featured a cigar-chomping American speaker in a tuxedo, pumping the air and encouraging shouts of "Viva capitalism”.

The Czech Republic and Slovakia - Gross misdemeanours


When Czechoslovakia broke up in 1993, the fate of its successor states seemed obvious. Slovakia would drift deeper into authoritarianism under its ham-fisted leader, Vladimír Mečiar. The Czech Republic would be a model of prudence. For the next few years that was just what happened. But in the late 1990s the Czechs lost the secret of good government and the Slovaks found it.

On Becoming Company Chairman: building the complementary board


Are you getting the Chairman you deserve? This report by John Roberts of the Judge Institute of Management Studies at the University of Cambridge is based on some 30 conversations conducted with chairmen, other non-executives and chief executives of FTSE companies.