Prof. Jarzebowski has many years of experience in teaching activities in field of information technology in logistics, business process modeling and supply chain management. The scientific and research activities focuses on the efficiency of companies, supply chain management and logistics. He is an author of several dozen publications including international ones. Prof. Jarzebowski made multiple foreign research stays at the Universities of Bonn, Hamburg and Halle, as well as Visiting Professor at the Fisher College of Business at Ohio State University, USA and at the University of Bonn, Germany. Prof. Jarzebowski is a scholarship holder of the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD), the Schaumann Foundation and others. He is a coordinator of domestic and international projects in the field of logistics and supply chain management and Scientific Director of Logistics & Procurement Center at Kozminski University.
Ph.D. in Economics in Management Sciences, certified „Senior Logistics” of European Logistics Association Brussels, Certified – Chartered Fellow (FCILT) -The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport UK. Scientist at the Kozminski University – Collegium of Finance and Management, adjunct of the Marketing Department, Head of the Postgraduate Studies at Kozminski University in the field of logistics management, purchasing, forwarding, transport, supply chain management, Director of Logistics & Procurement Center. Long-term Manager of the railway transport sector, among others, Vice President of the Railway Transport Office, Member of the Management Board of PKP CARGO SA, Administrative Council ERA, Member of the Supervisory Boards of Capital Companies, Member of the Polish Logistics Association, Member of the Association of Managers and Experts of Rail Transport – KIG. Currently, Member of the Board of PKP SA.
Julia has been a CSCMP member since 2018. She specializes in sustainable management of packaging and packaging waste. Julia’s work is currently focused on packaging industry, packaging of hazardous materials and fulfillment of entrepreneurs’ obligations under the Polish Act on the management of packaging and packaging waste.Her interests are focused on food packaging, with specialisation in multi-material packaging.
From the beginning of her professional career she has been associated with supply chain management, currently being a SCM Business Partner focusing on optimization of procurement processes. In particular she underlines an importance of business and social dimensions of this management field. Classical education combined with the idea of design thinking is the base of her work. She graduated in engineering and economic studies on best European universities and currently, she is a PhD candidate on Kozminski University.
In 1993 he started work at the large international company METRO Group. Initially a Merchandiser of food products and later promoted to Deputy Director of Sales Makro Cash and Carry Poland. In 1998, after training in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Spain, Portugal and the USA, he was responsible for the first private label project in Poland and then coordinated the development of private food and non-food products in Metro Group International, Macro Czech Republic, Metro Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria and Turkey. In parallel he worked as a member of the international team preparing METRO Group’s new investments in Russia, Ukraine and Croatia. In 2001, he was promoted to the position of CEE Quality Assurance Supervisor with the task of coordinating quality assurance in the Metro Group: Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Moldova, Serbia, Croatia, Ukraine and Russia (supporting the development of Private Label and International Purchasing) Since 2003 he has been a Metro Representative in Globalgap and IFS. In 2010, he began working as an independent business development consultant in the areas of export-import and retail. Over 25 years he has held periodic roles in the boards of several companies (EWA-BIS Group) operating in various business fields in Poland, Russia, Ukraine, Germany and Canada. Mr. Marek Marzec has written many articles in specialist journals. He gave lectures at international conferences in Warsaw, Paris, Berlin, Dusseldorf, London, Madrid, Sofia, Zagreb, Belgrade, Bucharest, Prague, Budapest, Kiev, Tbilisi, Baku, Moscow, Toronto and Chicago.
Michal Kossowski joined BOC in 2003 and is currently working as a Management Consultant and Managing Director of the Polish subsidiary. He specialises in the business process management projects, covering full top-down approach in implementing BPM: from process architecture trainings and workshops down to BPMN modelling activities. His areas of expertise include also quality management with Six Sigma as well as Strategy Management with Balanced Scorecard. Since 2005 he was involved in various EU-projects, including FP6, FP7 and H2020 projects.
A graduate of Kozminski University and Warsaw School of Economics. A scholarship holder of the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD) at Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz. She has been associated with the logistics industry for 7 years as the Project Leader and Manager responsible for the optimization of logistics processes. She participated in national and international projects in the field of logistics and supply chains. Currently, she is preparing a doctoral dissertation in economics and logistics at the Kozminski University.
Tomasz Gonsior – gained his PhD in economics – topic in area of purchasing management at the University of Cologne. A graduate of business management and engineering at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). Lecturer at Kozminski University in Warsaw. He has several years of professional experience in the field of supply chain management, in particular purchasing. Currently as a partner and vice-president responsible for consulting projects at OptiBuy – a leading consulting company specialized in supply chain management. He managed projects, optimizing purchasing organisation structures and costs in many companies, including Ciech SA, PGNiG, EnelMed, Seco/Warwick SA. Has extensive international experience gained on projects in several countries like Germany, the Netherlands, Romania, France, Great Britain and Russia. Author of scientific publications in the field of procurement management as well as co-organizer and speaker at scientific and business conferences. A member of the Polish Association of Logistics Managers and Purchasing PSML and Fördergesellschaft Produktmarketing e.V.
B.E. degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Lima (Peru, 2011); Master degree in Supply Chain & Logistics Management from EAE Business School (Spain, 2016) and Master degree in Operations and Logistics from Camilo José Cela University (Spain, 2016). He developed his career in supply chain management in diverse sectors like textile, beverage, spare parts, cosmetics, FMCG over the past 8 years in Perú, Spain and Poland; currently working in the European Planning Center of Procter & Gamble (Warsaw, Poland). Member of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) since 2016.
Zawodowo związany z działającą od 24 lat agencją koncertowo – eventową Krab Music & Events. Ma w związku z tym doświadczenie w organizacji koncertów, festiwali, kongresów, uroczystości dyplomatycznych dla ambasad, imprez firmowych, wydarzeń specjalnych, imprez integracyjnych, animacji dla dzieci i dorosłych. Na co dzień specjalizuje się w tworzeniu koncepcji wydarzeń kulturalnych, pisaniu scenariuszy i autorskich programów, reżyserii, nadzorze nad realizacją całości produkcji oraz promocją, a także konferansjerce i prowadzeniu imprez. Zaangażowany w projekty społeczne i działalność organizacji lokalnych.
Robert O. Martichenko is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of LeanCor Supply Chain Group. LeanCor Supply Chain Group is a trusted supply-chain partner with a mission to advance the world’s supply chains. Robert is an industry thought leader and has spent over 25 years learning and implementing lean and operational excellence with a focus on end-to-end supply chain management across a wide array of industries. Robert Martichenko’s mission is to embrace the role of the “Human CEO” where respect, empathy, relationships, education, courage and critical thinking still matter for businesses to remain relevant and competitive. As a professional speaker, Robert addresses topics such as “Building Cultures of Continuous Improvement,” “The Power of Narrative Leadership,” “Discovering Hidden Profit,” and “Make Work Meaningful: The Human CEO’s Strategy.” He volunteers on multiple advisory boards and educational institutions, and has received several prominent industry awards. Most notably, he received the Distinguished Service Award from the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP), the highest recognition achievable for professionals in the supply chain industry. Robert has written several business books, most recently, Discovering Hidden Profit. His other books include two Shingo Research award-winning books: People: A leader’s day-to-day guide to building, managing, and sustaining lean organizations and Building a Lean Fulfillment Stream. Additionally, Robert is the author of Everything I Know About Lean I Learned in First Grade and Lean Six Sigma Logistics. His debut novel, Drift and Hum, has won multiple awards including the IBPA Benjamin Franklin Gold Winner Award for Best First Book-Fiction. He has also written two children’s books, It’s Perfect Being Me and A Day Well Spent. Robert complements his professional experience with a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics, an MBA in Finance, and a Six Sigma Black Belt. Born in Timmins, Ontario, Canada, he and his family have lived in the United States for the past two decades.