• Since our foundation in 1990, we have been providing complex strategic one-stop shop services.

  • We rely on partners and a senior team as well as personal involvement of our founders with their own successful experience.

  • As part of our individual approach, we implement customized and often exceptional solutions.

  • Thanks to the global reach, our presence goes beyond the Czech and Slovak borders.


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We are a premier Czech-Slovak consulting group with strong ties to Austria. Over the past 30 years, we have become one of the best-known and most frequently recommended one-stop-shop Central European boutique consultancies with global reach delivering complex Strategic Leadership, Management and Public Policy services.

Through our consulting teams active within global partnerships and networks we manage to keep a finger on the pulse of latest developments and thus offer proven experience combined with innovative expertise in and beyond the central European region.

We have many clients including international companies, Czech and Slovak companies, investors, private holdings, family businesses, as well as the public and non-profit sector. Our consulting teams are committed to creating mutually beneficial partnerships and building long-term relationships.


Articles & Studies

European Human Capital Index


The Lisbon Council, a Brussels-based think tank, released on the 11th of october 2006 a new, leading-edge ranking on the state of human capital in Europe. Dubbed the European Human Capital Index, the ranking examines the significance of human capital for future innovation and growth. Specifically, the study measures human capital stock, deployment, utilization and evolution in 13 EU countries, and ranks those countries by their ability to develop their human capital to meet the challenges of globalisation.

Reforms in Slovakia 2005


At the beginning of September 2006 INEKO bring out publication Reforms in Slovakia 2005, mapping the results of project HESO in year 2005. It includes report of important economic and social measures/reforms and their evaluation by experts. Project HESO and publication was also supported by consultancy group AJG-Amrop Jenewein Group and think tank EPPP-European Partnership for Personnel Policy.

A few good men


There is a fight going on in CEE-a fight for talent. Strong GDP growth and constant inflow of foreign money and investors has driven demand for local talent able to fill top management positions. Companies are struggling to foster young talent in-house or seeking to import foreign executives.

Looking for a Deliverable Lisbon Strategy on Sustainable Growth and Jobs


Prior to the Dutch EU-presidency, the Netherlands and Finland agreed to work closely together to detail the theme of the Lisbon strategy and public Governance. As a part of that cooperation, the Finnish Ministry of Finance commissioned the European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA) to conduct a study project concerning the Lisbon strategy and Public Governance.

A letter from AESC president Peter Felix


Spare a moment's thought for the dilemma which research staff face every day: how to obtain information quickly that will contribute to an effective solution to the current search assignment?

Global Benchmark Report 2006


The Globalisation Report 2006 is the second in a series of reports giving DI's annual assessment of the development in the business environment and performance of the individual OECD member countries. The report includes 88 international benchmarks and provides a picture of the strengths and weaknesses of the OECD countries in our globalised world.

2005 Annual Revenue


Another year has passed, and it is time for AJG-Amrop Jenewein Group to present a short summary of last year results of the effort of the whole team. As a group of specialized Human Capital and EU Affairs personally and capitally integrated companies, AJG has been present on the market since 1990. Shortly after that, AJG has succeeded in assuming leading position in providing consulting solutions on the market.

National Reform Programs: Key to Successful Future of the European Project?


The first independent report on National Reform Programs and their credibility. It is not the writing of the plans that matters, but rather the consistency and coherence of what they in fact implement (...) In carrying through and not nearly the promising is where the major political and administrative push is needed...

A radical reformer who is putting his views into practice


Europe can respond effectively to globalisation only by embracing far-reaching economic reforms, including liberalising labour markets, opening services to cross-border competition and rationalising social welfare, says Ivan Miklos, Slovakia's reformist finance minister.