dr Piotr Prokopowicz

academic appointment: assistant professor
e-mail: piotr.prokopowicz@uj.edu.pl

Piotr Prokopowicz, PhD is an organizational psychologist and sociologist, an assistant professor in the Department of Sociology of Economy, Education, and Social Research Methods, a researcher at the Center for Evaluation and Analysis of Public Policies, and a Post Doctoral Fellow at the University of Maryland’s Culture Lab. Professionally, he is a co-founder and partner at Freenovation, a consulting company specializing in diagnosing and developing cultures of innovation. A Ryoichi Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund and Kosciuszko Fellow, he has also co-operated with numerous international institutions and businesses. As a trainer and consultant, he has worked with more than 100 companies, including ING Bank Śląski, Aviva, Tieto, Finance Ministry, Greenpeace Poland, Bahlsen, Sabre, and Great Place to Work Europe. In his research and consulting, he focuses on helping organizations in reaching their maximum potential through participation, transparency and evidence-based management. Fellow Member of Center for Evidence-Based Management, member of Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology and European Association of Work and Organiaztional Psychology.

Research interests

  • national and organizational cultures of innovation
  • organizational behavior
  • psychology of recruitment and selection
  • organization development
  • strategic planning
  • sociology and anthropology of organizations
  • determinants of managerial success
  • social science methodology

Publications

  • Prokopowicz, P. (2016). Evidence-Based Recruitment and Selection [Rekrutacja i selekcja oparta na dowodach. 33 zasady skutecznego nabory pracowników.] Warszawa: Wolters Kluwer.
  • Prokopowicz, P. (2014). Organizational culture and meanings of work [Kultura organizacji a znaczenie pracy. Władza, działanie i partycypacja w amerykańskiej kooperatywie pracowniczej]. Kraków: WUJ.
  • Prokopowicz, P. i Żmuda, G. (2014). Sector skill balance sheet – employers' expectations and learning outcomes in Kraków [Branżowy bilans kompetencji - oczekiwania pracodawców i efekty kształcenia szkół wyższych na przykładzie Krakowa]. In: J. Górniak (red.) Kompetencje Polaków a potrzeby polskiej gospodarki. Warszawa: PARP.
  • Prokopowicz, P., Żmuda, G., Król, M. (2014). Situtational judgment tests. [Kompetencyjne testy sytuacyjne w rekrutacji, selekcji i ocenie pracowników – teoria i zastosowanie]. Warszawa: Wolters Kluwer.
  • Żmuda, G., Prokopowicz, P. i Król, M. (2014). The Sustainable Gamer: Developing Corporate Social Responsibility Through Games. W: O'Riordan, L., Heinemann, S., and Zmuda, P. (red.) Corporate Social Responsibility: Locating the Missing Link - New Perspectives on Sustainable Management Solutions. Heidelberg/New York: Springer.
  • Prokopowicz, P., Żmuda, G. (2014). Corporate Social Policy, the Meaning of Work and Applicant Attraction: A Cognitive Perspective, in: O'Riordan, L., Heinemann, S., and Zmuda, P. (eds.) Corporate Social Responsibility: Locating the Missing Link - New Perspectives on Sustainable Management Solutions. Heidelberg/New York: Springer.
  • Novkovic, S., Prokopowicz, P., Stocki, R. (2012). Staying true to co-operative identity: Diagnosing worker co-operatives for adherence to their values. Advances in the Economic Analysis of Participatory and Labor-Managed Firms, Volume 13, Eds.: Alex Bryson and Takao Kato.

On-going projects

Tight-Loose Ambidexterity: Exploring How Leaders Can Effectively Balance Order and Constraint Human Capital Project, Ed. 2

Realized projects

  • MORE – Evidence-based regulatory impact assessment [Ocena skutków regulacji oparta na dowodach]
  • Sector skill balance sheet in Kraków, 3rd edition
  • Sector skill balance sheet in Kraków, 2nd edition
  • Sector skill balance sheet in Kraków, 1st edition
  • Innovation voucher (SJTs, sumulation games)