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We are managers with an engineering mindset and IT experience. We have already managed companies, we have also been subordinates, we have organized processes not only from the outside, but also from the inside.


Based on our decades of system and process organizer experience, we are able to analyze the internal business processes of your organization and make recommendations for more efficient operation.

As system organizers, project managers and process managers, my colleagues have, in addition to the constantly updated professional and auditor qualifications that are now indispensable, they also have pedagogical knowledge and experience. At various companies and institutions, we have already carried out efficiency tests and audits on the entire range of organizational structures and supported the success of change management.


Our past as a lecturer and instructor has helped us many times to obtain the appropriate acceptance of the changes within the organization. We are well aware of the initial resistance of employees and the possibilities and methods of dealing with it. We will always provide your employees with training in accordance with the development and training of the organization, so that they can acquire the competencies necessary for their successful, now changed, work in the future.


Over time, we got to know the different business activities in the government sector, the food industry, the office supplies, the construction industry, computer technology and many other areas, and from an external perspective we successfully explored opportunities to increase efficiency, which in many cases were already there as opportunities. in the company's internal processes.GDPR

Our principles

We select the methodology and strategies most adapted to the level of development of each organization. We take into account the learning styles, competence and motivation levels of the organization's employees.


We carry out our work on the basis of domestic and international recommendations, and in terms of metrics, we use the requirements of the standards and frameworks applicable to individual industries.

Support for changes

We support planned changes in the organization according to the 8-step (ITILv3, John Kotter's 'Eight steps to transforming your organization') change management methodology.


We believe that this methodology is the best process model that can be adapted to the individuality of the organization among the options tested and available today.


The success of the change is influenced by several factors.


We always ask the following questions, and then provide a solution and support for your assumed management:

  • Have you established the baseline and defined the goal before implementing the planned change?

  • Have you used all possible communication channels to communicate the steps and purpose of the change?

  • Do you have the power and resources to handle any resistance?


After a previously implemented change, we evaluate the achieved results together with the management of the organization. We will examine the successes achieved and use the experience gained here to develop and deepen Best Practice working methods in the organization, and we will help find the cause of possible failures.

Our research methodology

Our studies are based on widely used value analysis methods (damage-value, value-benefit analysis, pairwise comparison, etc.).


The efficiency of a business process is determined by three factors:

  • Human resources 

(totality of expertise, competence, skills and abilities and inclinations),

  • The degree of automation, the available infrastructure 

(production and office automation devices, IT infrastructure, etc.)

  • Business processes 

(totality of activities and decision lines, responsibilities, efficiency indicators, process controls, etc.).

During the natural development of organizations, the first two factors are constantly changing. If the change happens spontaneously, and the business processes do not change sufficiently along with them, the investments and developments will not bring the desired results.

Our research methodology

Using risk analysis methods, we select those that cause the most damage to the organization from the deficiencies we have uncovered.


These are most often:

  • Parallel workflows. 

(Do they use the computer and the stone ax at the same time?)

  • Bad information flow. 

(Born wrong decisions based on incomplete and/or inadequate information?)

  • Role anomalies. 

(Are the employees accountable? Do they know the purpose of their work process? Do they have sufficient competencies?)

  • Inefficient decision lines. 

(The decisions made at the meeting are not included in the processes, are there endless meetings without decisions?)

  • IT anomalies. 

(Wasted here, poor IT resources there. Do you know why you spend a lot on IT?)

  • Subcontractor anomalies. 

(Do you feel too vulnerable to your suppliers, can your subcontractor be held accountable?)

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