“In the world of robotised business organisational structures of companies and the management mechanisms will differ considerably from the current ones.”
Profesor at the Warsaw School of Economics. Head of the Informatics Management Department at the Warsaw School of Economics
He has been specialising in strategic IT management and corporate architecture for several years. Currently, he concentrates on robonomics – an interdisciplinary field that deals with advanced automation and robotisation technologies from the perspective of their influence on economic and organisational functioning of companies. He is the chief editor of Robonomica.pl.
He participated in consulting projects and gave training courses on that area, including those provided to the following companies: Orange, Netia, Polish Stem Cell Bank, DB Schenker, BGŻ BNP Pariba, Getin Noble Bank, ING Bank, BZK WBK, KRUK, PZU, Nationale Nederlanden, European Leasing Fund, Neuca, Nomax, Nowy Styl Group, PKP Informatyka, PGE Systemy, TAURON Polska Energia, Polskie Sieci Elektroenergetyczne, TVN, Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego, Narodowy Bank Polski, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Digitisation, The Polish Social Insurance Institution, The Agency for Restructuring and Modernisation of Agriculture, The National Labour Inspectorate, Państwowa Inspekcja Sanitarna, The Polish Geological Institute, Miejskie Zakłady Autobusowe w Warszawie.
“Just because a company has one robot, it does not mean its business is robotised.”
The author of nearly 100 publications, articles and presentations on corporate architecture, programming engineering and informatisaton of the public administration.