He specializes in training in business information systems and their use in personal and team productivity. He is particularly interested in the latest trends in IT, e-commerce and BigData.
Initiator and co-owner of such companies as:
Co-author of the methodology for selecting companies with high globalization potential (the Global Leaders of the Future project designed for PKO BP) and currently conducted in cooperation with Harvard Business Review Poland (as part of Poland GoGlobal Think Tank competition) consecutive editions of this event.
His professional career also includes implementation of large e-learning projects and human capital management (UMCS in Lublin, Polish Virtual University, Agency for Restructuring and Modernization of Agriculture, Polish Airports, KRUS), SAP and Oracle systems implementation in the area of human resources management ( IMPEL SA, PZU, KRUS), strategic consulting for the public sector (Ernst & Young projects for the Ministry of Regional Development, Ministry of Science and Higher Education, The Chancellery of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Poland).
He is a doctor of physical sciences and an MBA graduate. He graduated from the Art and Science of Coaching coaching academy (Erickson College and Wszechnica UJ) and the 9-month Tech Entrepreneur program (studies for technological start-ups owners).
He delivers Business Information Systems module on the GFKM MBA Program.
Author of many publications and reports on intellectual capital and innovation (GoGlobal: report on innovativeness of the Polish economy; GoGlobal Polish Pharma: report on innovativeness of the Polish pharmaceutical sector, Intellectual Capital of the Lublin region, Telemedicine development strategy in the Lublin region; Intellectual capital of Poland).
Wodecki, A., How do Polish companies conquer new markets? Harvard Business Review Poland, May 2016