The Council’s primary objective is to develop a concept of innovative management and directions of growth for Polish enterprises. Debates during the Council’s sessions will centre on development of a program of “European Executive Forum 2019”, an international congress for managers, focusing on leadership, technology and management.
“I feel privileged to have been invited to join the Council. I am confident that together we will create an attractive and engaging program covering the critical current and future issues and challenges for modern enterprises,” said Mira Kantor-Pikus.
“We are honoured that Cushman & Wakefield has joined the prestigious group of Members of the Executive Club, which invites leading companies and business leaders. We want firms committed to this project to have a say in shaping it to actively support development of Polish and European businesses and to share experiences,” said Beata Radomska, CEO, Executive Club.
Council members include Professor Michał Kleiber, President of the Polish Academy of Sciences in the years 2007-2015 and Vice-President of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts; Professor Witold Bielecki, Rector of the Koźmiński University; Professor Witold Orłowski, an economist, a Member of the National Development Council of the President of the Republic of Poland, Rector of the Vistula Academy of Finance and Business, and Chief Economic Adviser at PwC Poland; and Professor Marek Rocki, Rector of the
Warsaw School of Economics.
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