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09.12.2016
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Kozminski University is a partner of Skilled Business Leaders for Skilled Europe - Lead4Skills project.

On behalf of Kozminski University in the project are involved: prof. Dorota Dobija, the Head of the Department of Accounting, Sylwia Hałas-Dej, the Head of KU Center of Excellence and Anna Gorska from the Department of Marketing at KU. 

The overall aim of the project is to provide higher education institutions (HEI) with a comprehensive set of insights, guidelines and materials that would help develop more relevant and innovative management education offerings and study processes, based on the real needs of businesses and economies and as a result stimulate reduction of management skills mismatch across EU and provide enterprises with better skilled employees, decreasing their investments in new employee trainings and increasing their competitiveness on local, regional and international levels.

The project aims at exploring, identifying and assessing management and leadership development needs by focusing on:

  • challenges faced by businesses (particularly with respect to management and leadership issues);
  • exploration, identification and assessment of management and leadership development needs and how they may help address  challenges faced;
  • critical evaluation of the results achieved and impacts made by management education to date;
  • recommendations for learning partners, including specific guidelines, materials, and staff training.

The main needs and objectives of the project conform and addresses to Erasmus + program set fields as:

  • strengthening the cooperation and networking between education organizations in EU;
  • implementation of innovative practices using  best practices and partnership competences;
  • promotion of  the development of education systems;
  • improving the quality and relevance of higher education;
  • making the knowledge triangle work, including by inter-disciplinary cooperation;
  • promoting the development of new modes of delivery and exploiting and responding to new technologies in learning and teaching.

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