I am a full-time professor at the Poznan University of Economics and Business. I also work-part-time at the Vistula University in Warsaw. I received my PhD degree in 2001, habilitation degree in 2010, and in 2019 I received the Titual Professorship (“Profesor belwederski”) [It is a unique feature of the Polish system of higher education. After obtaining a PhD degree and then “habilitation degree” (also a non-existent feature in many countries, incl. the UK and the USA).
My research interests include knowledge management, intellectual capital, school marketing, service design, education and innovation management, strategic management in public sector, entrepreneurship education. I was a Senior Fulbright Scholar at Sam Houston University, TX, USA and Marie Curie Research Fellow at the Centre for Social Innovation (zsi.at) in Vienna, Austria. I am the author of the first Polish Intellectual Capital Report in a Higher Education Institution (2004). My bibliography includes 15 books and over 70 research papers.