People are the essence of every company, and they make it unique. Significant organisational changes are always challenging, so companies must respond effectively to new market conditions and business models. This requires the application of different strategies, skills, and approaches to change.

Cooperation with Egzakta Advisory experts in the organisation helps clients gain better insight into the company's functioning and create change plans that bring better results.

Partner for your key challenges

Every company strives to have efficient processes, management, and workforce. Our task is to balance them considering the complex environment, performance, productivity, quality, and focus. The right solutions are seen as bringing immediate results and lasting benefits to the organisation. Organisational changes must be carefully planned, considering the company's strategic and operational goals. Setting up the proper organisation is always a big challenge, especially since any change within the company can bring as much benefit as harm. Putting the right people in the right place with clearly defined responsibilities and enabling the efficient implementation of business processes is imperative.

For agile decision-making and efficiency of the entire organisation, the key points are:










The company's strategy must be grounded in the organisation. For the company to succeed, it defines the strategy, i.e., the path by which it will reach that success. The strategy defines:

  • Common purpose and vision
  • The path by which the company wants to achieve the defined purpose and vision


Processes define intra-functional and cross-functional ways of working within the company. Processes are defined by roles, activities, and decision points for all business flows within the company. For a company to become agile in terms of its processes, it needs:

  • Standardised ways of working
  • Good flow of information
  • Continuous improvement of processes


Products and services must be at the level of competition and meet the changing demands of customers. Therefore, they must be digitised or digitally enabled, which will require the development of architecture, systems, tools, and adaptation to new technologies.

Organisational structure

The organisational structure is a management structure that defines how responsibilities are divided for specific business functions. By defining this structure, the company defines responsibilities and management lines. It is necessary to determine:

  • Clear structure
  • Clear responsibilities
  • Active partnership between employees and management


Our Experts

Through a partnership approach, together with the management, we create the conditions for a more engaged, productive, and humane business in the future. We believe every organisation has an untapped potential that we can discover and release by working together.

Nenad Tešić


Marko Marković


Ivana Višnjić

Junior partner

Ljiljana Milić


Marko Dadić