I was born in 1982 in Poland. Currently, I work as an associate professor at the Faculty of Management, University of Warsaw, Poland.
My research interests embrace two fields: management research (with a special focus on routines, intentionality, capabilities, micro-foundations of organizational behavior, innovation management plus theory development) and philosophy of action (highlighted themes: intentions, habits, automaticity). My approach to those two areas is highly interdisciplinary, hence my interests cover also a wider range of issues (metaphilosophy, philosophy of language, philosophy of mind, but also – selected problems in philosophy of science, cognitive and social psychology, AI, decision theory, game theory, and behavioural economics).
Good idea about my academic profile and interests gives the mini-interview carried out by Istvan Zardai from PhilosophyofAction.com.
Among my most important recent works are Academy of Management Review papers (2021) on conceptual engineering (in the area of management) and the monograph Tadeusz Kotarbiński’s Action Theory – Reinterpretive Studies (2017) in the area of philosophy of action.
A significant portion of my academic work and scientific experience is connected with a research on the international arena. I presented my research at international seminars, workshops, conferences, and congresses in Europe, Asia and North America.
In 2012 I won a Fulbright Senior Advanced Research Award (research at UC Davis, USA), and in 2013 – the Scholarship for Polish Distinguished Young Scientists. Besides I completed three other visiting fellowships: at UC Riverside (USA), Univesity of Helsinki (Finland) and Roma Tre (Italy).
I am an aficionado of contemporary music, Ancient Greek language, and long distance cycling. My newest hobbies are alpine skiing and climbing.