Development in Poland - Local and regional perspective
Socio-economic development after 1989 in Poland may be regarded as a standard for the transformation of a centrally planned economy to a free-market economy. After 25 years of transition and nearly 10 years of activity in the structures of the European Union, we should consider the challenges posed by the modern global economy. These relate to a number of dimensions: cultural, political, economic, etc. The presentation is focused on the following issues:
- The development of mobile capital market and the resulting increase in competition between economic systems.
- The growing importance of the activity of the institutions responsible for socio-economic development of the system affects the need to improve the quality of management.
- Modern public administration institutions must increase the efficiency of activity for example through organizational innovation (introduction of new management methods).
Relating to the structure of the above issues is as follows:
- Issue of social and economic development in regional and local level
- Development processes – factors and problems
Strategic management of development processes – key challenges in Poland
Ciudad Politécnica de la Innovación
Edificio 8E, Acceso J, Planta 4ª (Sala Descubre. Cubo Rojo)
Universidad Politécnica de Valencia | Camino de Vera s/n
2005-2006 PhD in economic sciences in the field of management science: Cracow University of Economics; Faculty of Economics
and International Relations; dissertation titled: Multidimensional relationship between entrepreneurship as a personality characteristic of the entrepreneur and the action of small and medium companies
2000-2002 Master degree: University of Economics in Krakow; Faculty of Management; major: Management and Marketing; specialization: Company Management; master’s thesis: Basic aspects of the process of creating a new company
1996-2000 Bachelor degree: Cracow University of Economics, Faculty of Economics, Major: Economics; specialization in Entrepreneurship
and Innovation; bachelor’s thesis .: Entrepreneurship in small and medium business. The analysis of enterprises in the Ropczycko-Sędziszowski District
2007-present Assistant Professor: Rzeszow University of Technology, Faculty of Management, Department of Economics
2007-2007 Assistant Professor: University of Information Technology and Management in Rzeszow, Faculty of Economics, Department of Management and Marketing, Department of Management
2002-2007 Institute of Economy UITM in Rzeszow
2002-2007 Assistant: University of Information Technology and Management in Rzeszow, Department of Management and Marketing, Department of Management Process.
- Universities: European University in Krakow, School of Commerce and Law in Warsaw (postgraduate)
- Consulting/Training: Northern Technologies Poland, PM2PM, WYG International. Ltd., Centre for Economic and Social Development, Regional Development Agency, Transsystem, and others (training, analysis, and consulting for businesses and governments)
Teaching: Courses at the undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate management (basics of management, organization and management, strategic management, personnel management, project management), marketing (marketing basics, marketing strategy); economics (economics, macroeconomics, microeconomics), sociology (sociology of organizations), psychology (psychology of management); other items (entrepreneurship and innovation)
Training: Courses in: entrepreneurship; communication, leadership, personnel management; project management
Science: Authorship (co-author) Published: more than fifty positions in management, entrepreneurship, innovation, local development, sociology and psychology (including the editors or co-author of five monographs, authorship nearly thirty articles in the publications of books, several articles in journals and several research reports ); participation
seminars and conferences: in a few dozen (including several with paper)
Consulting: Consulting in the field of local government development programming and corporate governance