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Zofia StanisLAwa MikoLAjczyk

Zofia StanisLAwa MikoLAjczyk, Polish management educator. Scholar The British Conference, London, 1969-1970; research fellow Oxford (England) University, 1986, University Pittsburgh, 1994.


  • MikoLAjczyk, Zofia StanisLAwa was born on January 26, 1931 in Lublin, Poland. Daughter of Stanislaw and Maria (Mozgawa) Maj.

  • Education

    • Master, Higher School Economy, Lódz, Poland, 1959. Doctor of Philosophy, University Lódz, 1965. Doctor in Management Science, University Lódz, 1972.


    • Chief department Dyes Industry Factory, Zgierz, Poland, 1954-1960. Assistant University Lódz, 1960-1964. From lecturer to assistant professor University lódz, 1965-1983.

      Professor, chair institute University Lódz, since 1983.


    • Author: Method of Work Orgnization in Condition of Modern Industry, 1973, Organizational Techniques, 1977, How to Manage the Enterprise in Market Economy, 1993, European and International Management, 1995, Organizational Techniques in Management Problems Solving, 3d edition, 1999. Co-author: Economics and Management of Small Firm, 2nd edition, 2000, Managing the Change Process in Organizations, 2003.


    Member national committee for science degrees Prime Minister of Polish Government, Warsaw, 1990-1900. Member Polish Academy of Sciences (committee management science 1977), Science Association Lódz, Science Society for Organization and Management (science council 1992).



    Classical music, theater, touring, books.


    • Married Mieczislaw Wieslaw Mikolajczyk, February 27, 1954. Children: Maria, Adam.
    • father: Stanislaw Maj
    • mother: Maria (Mozgawa) Maj
    • spouse: Mieczislaw Wieslaw Mikolajczyk
    • children: Maria MikoLAjczyk
    • Adam MikoLAjczyk
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    Born January 26, 1931
    • 1959
      Higher School Economy
    • 1965
      University Lódz
    • 1972
      University Lódz
    • 1954 - 1960
      Chief department Dyes Industry Factor, y
      Zgierz, Poland
    • 1960 - 1964
      assistant, University L+
    • 1965 - 1983
      from lecturer, to assistant professor University l+
    • 1983