Prof. Jacek Miroński, PhD
SGH – Warsaw School of Economics
Prof. Jacek Mironski, Ph.D. – full professor in the Department of International Management in Warsaw School of Economics (SGH). Head of three Postgraduate Study Programs in Public Relations, Coaching, and Mentoring. He was Academic Director of the CEMS MIM Program, institute deputy director and head of department. His research and teaching interest focuses on Organizational Behavior and Management, Acceptance and Commitment Training (ACT), Leadership, Business Communication and Cross-Cultural Management. Jacek Mironski has been teaching at undergraduate, graduate, postgraduate, MBA, Ph.D. and executive levels: e.g. in SGH (Poland), University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management (USA), Aalto University (Finland), Modul University Vienna (Austria), ESADE University (Spain), FEP University of Porto (Portugal), LAU Lebanese American University (Lebanon), University of Rijeka (Croatia). He conducted many training and consulting projects for Polish and foreign companies (e.g. Canal Plus, PZU, Bosch, Samsung). He was employed by Procter & Gamble and worked as Director of the Promotion Department in the radio station – Radio Zet. Jacek Mironski received the Fulbright Scholarship at the Columbia University in New York (USA). He spent one year at the Hosei University in Tokyo (Japan) sponsored by Japan Foundation. He was granted the Kosciuszko Foundation Scholarship to stay as a visiting researcher at the University of Minnesota (USA). He also received the Fulbright Senior Advanced Research Award to work on his research project at the University of Minnesota (USA). He was a visiting scholar at universities in Canada, Sweden and Spain. Jacek Mironski is an author of many papers, articles, and books (e.g. “Homo administratus – the concept of human nature in management”, “Power and politics in a company”).