PhD in 2004, 2004-2005 Fulbright scholar at Cornell, (I was learning action research lore there from Davydd Greenwood). Currently I am an assistant professor of management in Warsaw (Poland).

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
The Management Science as a Practical Field: In Support of Action Research

The paper considers the implications of treating management as an academic field, its losing direct link to the practice, and the potential of action learning to fill this gap.

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(Dis)trust in Software Projects: A Thrice Told Tale: On Dynamic Relationships between Software Engineers, IT Project Managers, and Customers

An ethnographical research on enactment trust in software projects in the triangle of programmers-clients-managers

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Changes in Temporal Approaches at Workplace

The article discusses the changes in perception of time in contemporary workplace. Basing on historical perspective, the paper argues that temporal linearity is an inseparable part of modern management.

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Sources of Uncertainty in Project Management: A “Real Life” Account

Although the studies of IT projects abound, they rarely present the perspective of both customers and providers. The paper reports two research projects where representatives of both parties were interviewed.

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