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Jaroslaw Borzecki, Warsaw
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1976 – 1981

Warsaw University of Technology
Faculty of Production Engineering
specialization: organization and management of industry, the organization of production, management organization

Areas of experience[edit]

  1. Methods of diagnosis and improve the organization and management of enterprises and institutions (of Ergo-Transformation Systems). Stages of analysis and design.
    • Interpretation of "organizational structure". Simplify the methodological views.
    • The derivative of the role of management structures for all the organizational issues.
    • Classification of types of processes in the system. Modelling of couplings and relationships.
    • Management tasks and the main factors influencing them.
    • Essential links of management. The relationship between hierarchical levels. Structural forms.
    • Top-down or bottom-up approach in designing improvements.
    • Levels of hierarchical structures - Evaluation.
    • Centralization and decentralization of services and functions. Tasks at the General Directorate and the leadership at lower levels.
    • Information binding the units of system.
    • Designing of improvements.
  2. Valuation of assets and valuation of the company in view of revenue.
  3. Evaluation of economic efficiency of projects with internal rate of return (IRR).
  4. Multi-entity groups. Holding, corporations. Designing of structures.
    • Forms of integration of Polish and foreign companies.
    • The forms of capital groups. Ownership relations. Legal possible transition.
    • Cluster units. Analysis of the linkages and relationships.
    • Criteria for joining/separation, centralization/decentralization of management functions on adjacent levels of the grouping.
    • Criteria for joining/separation, centralization/decentralization of the components of grouping.
    • Selection of a dominant design trends to create or transform the group. Preconfiguring structure.
    • The ability to create clusters as a result of mutual exchange of equity.
  5. Domestic and foreign partnerships and capital companies.
    • Legal and organizational solutions.
    • A systematic classification layout. Comparative Analysis.
    • Legal and organizational solutions companies and their clusters in Germany.
  6. Study the situation of Research and Development in Poland and European Union.
  7. Investment advice on personal finances of individual customers.

Subject deeper interest[edit]

Ergo-Transformation Processes and Systems. An alternative approach to the theory of organization and management; including:

  1. The concept and essence of the information.
    • The concept of information. Representative views on the definition. The concept of the approach to determine objectively.
    • Information and data information.
  2. Ergo-Transformation Process (ETP).
    • The concept of process. Systematics processes.
    • Location of ETP processes in the scheme of the processes.
    • Three-sequential nature of any ETP process.
    • Classification of ETP processes depending on gradation of goals in the system and by the nature of the processed material.
    • Structure of the ETP process.
      • Classes of material transitions.
      • Elementary components of the ETP process.
    • Derivatives laws of servicing of any ETP process by Auxiliary and Information Processes . The nature and types of Auxiliary Processes.
    • Management, management process – a special case of the Ergo-Transformation Process.
  3. Processes information and a control-command in the system.
    • The views in publications on the structure of Information Process and stages of processing. The concept of approach.
    • Phase extracted Information Processes.
    • Relations with the serviced processes of Information Processes.
    • Information Nodes.
  4. Ergo-Transformation Systems (ETS).
    • ETS system in the general systems classification. Nature of the ETS system depending on the spheres of human activity.
    • Law of multi-dimensional structure of ETS system. Terms of presenting an objective model of the system.
    • Models of linkages of various types of processes. The nature of the ETS system, depending on the growing cascades of linkages between the processes. Trends to expansion of ETS systems.
    • Three typical kinds of ETS systems. The minimum structure of the ETS system.
    • Separation of Information Sub-systems in the ETS system.
  5. Models of application in various areas of activity.
  6. Changing paradigms in organization and management theory.