Our team

The brains of the Centre are basically two persons with many years of practical and academic experience in issues related with informatization of public sector organizations.

Director of the Centre – Andrzej Sobczak, PhD, Professor at SGH


Head of the IT Management Centre in the Institute of Informatics and Digital Economy at the Warsaw School of Economics. A graduate of the Technical University of Lodz in the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Electronics and of the University of Lodz in the Faculty of Economics and Sociology. Internships at the University of Waterloo (Canada), the University of Stratclyde (Scotland), the University of Manchester (England), the University of York (England), the Trinity College (Ireland), the Center of Health Informatics (Ireland).

Completed training courses in: UML-based IT systems analysis and design (IBM Rational certification), Enterprise Architecture (TOGAF certification), MSP methodology (MSP Foundation certification), RUP, Prince2, ITIL (ITIL Foundation certification), managing projects portfolio, Balance Scorecard, building organizational strategies.

Participated in and ran training courses for the Social Insurance Institution (Poland), the National Bank of Poland, the Agency for Restructuring and Modernization of Agriculture (Poland), the National Labour Inspectorate (Poland), the National Sanitary Inspectorate (Poland), MZA sp. z o.o. in Warsaw, Poland.

Authored almost 100 papers, articles and presentations on Enterprise Architecture, Software Engineering and public administration informatization. The full list of publications is available on the following website: www.AndrzejSobczak.net.

From a couple of years his scientific interests have been Enterprise Architecture issues, in particular the use of EA in public organizations. He believes that this concept may become an effective tool to support Digital Transformation of the Polish public organizations. Currently, he attempts to apply this approach to building Smart Cities. He runs a website InteligentneMiasta.pl.

He is co-editor and co-author the first book in Poland on Enterprise Architecture (“Introduction to Enterprise Architecture”) which is being prepared for purposes of National Intra-University Seminar “Research and Design Problems of Government Informatization”. Furthermore, he ia author the monograph “Formulating and Applying Enterprise Architecture Principles”. In February 2013 he published a book “Enterprise Architecture. Theoretical Aspects and Selected Practical Issues“, which constitutes a summary of his three years of research in the field. In April 2013 he made available the first e-book in Poland dedicated entirely to Enterprise Architecture, entitled  “The Many Faces of Enterprise Architecture”.

Participates in the works of the international consortium The Open Group where he deals with Enterprise Architecture Frameworks localization and promotion issues.

A member of the Scientific Society of Business Informatics (NTIE), Association for Information Systems (AIS) and Association of Enterprise Architects (AEA).

Happily married with Ania. Proud dad Chris.

Deputy Director – Tomasz Kulisiewicz, PhD


Graduate of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics in the Faculty of Informatics (1974). During his long career worked as an IT specialist in the computation centre of the road transport directorate in Warsaw, Poland (1975-1981) and in the automotive and power engineering sectors (1981-1992), and was a deputy editor of “PCKurier”, an editor-in-chief of “Teleinfo” and two another specialist science magazines “Law and economy in telecommunications” and “e-Administration” (1992-2008).

Since 2001 an ICT consultant and analyst. Moderated research panels in the domains of IT, electronic communication and new media in the national programme Foresight Poland 2020 and the programme Foresight Modern Economy Personnel, and the panel “Strategic education programmes” in the programme Foresight Academic Mazovia 2030.

A member of the Arbitration Court Internet Domains Council in the Polish Chamber of Information Technology and Telecommunications and the Mazovia board of the Polish Information Processing Society. A leader of the initiative Citizen Internet (2001), and a co-founder of Modern Public Administration Forum (2008) and the association “Computer in Business” (2003). Co-authored several studies run by these organizations on social and economic impact of IT, including e-Administration and its role in reducing administrative burden for citizens, entrepreneurs and public administration itself.

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