business coach & facilitator
Henley Business School of Reading University
Entrepreneurship Consultancy Project
Startups coach - Entrepreneurship expert - Business owner
Entrepreneurship Consultancy Project
J6/2016: Hamburg University of Technology (Germany) - Imperial College London (UK) - Business School of University of Warwick (UK)
J3/2015: Business School of University of Warwick (UK) - Denmark Technical University - Munich University of Technology (Germany)
J6/2014: Business School of University of Warwick (UK) - Technical University of Berlin (Germany) - European Institute of Technology EIT+ (Poland)
Course on Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management
The results of the course included launching start-ups by 2 (out of 6) participants within 1 month after completion of the course
The International Center for Entrepreneurship (ICE) was launched as one of the winning projects in the European Social Fund competition in the region of Lower Silesia, Poland, organised for the entrepreneurial women by the Foundation in Support of Local Democracy in 2009. The key activities include consultancy on: Entrepreneurship, Curriculum development, Launching, development and modernisation of SMEs, Research on internship, entrepreneurship, labour market, Trainings, workshops and seminars for professionals, Students` mentoring, Publishing house, Organization of professional events.
The scope of ICE operation also includes the provision of organisational services for higher education institutions in the field of international academic co-operation as well as consultancy on the development of partnerships between universities and enterprises in research, innovation and application of results.
Lecturer of Macroeconomics. Main topics:
Lecturer and initiator of the Course on Entrepreneurship. Topics:
Lecturer of the International Economics and Management. Topics:Trade Patterns, Scale Economies
Lecturer of the EU Economics. Main topics: Growth Effects, Capital Market Integration, European Monetary System,
Leader of the international projects:
Initiator of international exchange programs, e.g. with University of Luxembourg, Wroclaw University of Economics, Linneus University (Sweden).
Lecturer of the courses: 1) Business Planning, 2) Integrated Systems of Management (based on SAP R/3 Finance and Controlling, 3)Microeconomics (some topics: Theory of Enterprises, Allocation of scarce resources, Market structures, Consumer behaviour), 4)Macroeconomics (some topics: Calculations of national products: GDP, GNP, NNP, Monetary and fiscal policy, Banking systems, Employment and labour market issues, Theory of economic growth, Aggregate demand and supply, Inflation, Tax system)
Lecturer of Economics
The diploma thesis focused on auditing in a multinational manufacturing company and concentrated on the cost reduction innovation. The last 2 years of study organized within an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) at 2 faculties simultaneously: Faculty of Management and Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Automatic Control and Informatics.
The specialisation of the doctoral studies: Management of Production, Transfer of Technology, Productivity, Technological Innovations.
The Ph.D. thesis focused on the relationship between higher education and the changing demands in the labour market dimension of the knowledge-based economy.
Entrepreneurship: the 'she' factor, Euroscientist Magazine, January 2016 (TEXT);
Coaching & facilitating young entrepreneurs from the perspectives of a coach, an education manager and a jury member – the case study of the Climate-KIC Journey programme, Ian Hancox, Keith Heron, Agnieszka Klucznik-Tӧrő, ICERI2015 Proceedings, Sevilla 2015, ISBN: 978-84-608-2657-6 (ABSTRACT, TEXT, PPT, PICTURES);
Results of the Systematic Literature Review on Entrepreneurship and Its Influencing Factors, Forum Scientiae Oeconomia, Volume 2 (2014) No 1, (TEXT)
Entrepreneurial education in the international literature on the subject / in Polish: E-mentor, nr 5 (47) / 2012 (TEXT)
How to improve the efficiency of entrepreneurial education [in:] From Higher Education to Innovation, (2010) red.: A. Klucznik-Toro, K. Bodis, I.Kiss Pal,