Steve Jobs said: “You can't connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect the dots looking backwards”. The fact that I teach at the University of Business, among others, management, entrepreneurship, international business and innovation, comes from what I've done before. In the 80s, I taught students not only biomedical engineering, but fascination with the development of modern medical technology and the need to invest in yourself, at least by learning foreign languages. Teaching innovation, when I talk what can give us a 3D printer in medicine, I say, among others about the project, in which my former student from Warsaw University of Technology is involved. To increase the chances of success of direct percutaneous mitral valve annuloplasthy, they built a three-dimensional model of the heart with the use of the technique called rapid prototyping, known colloquially as three-dimensional printing (3D printing).
In the 90s I worked in business, I started my own company, built a medical equipment sales for large corporation. A circle has been closed when once again, in this century, I established the company providing consulting services and lecturing at the university. A passion for teaching and management experience gained in previous years, allows me to conduct classes in which I show how to practically apply this knowledge based on experience. This would not be possible if I had not passed the described way.
It is the first anniversary of the establishment of Kosicki Consulting company. Thank you All for your support and visiting my web. First year was marked with my return to academic teaching. Combination of experience (and passion) in teaching and many years of practice in management, gave unique quality that helps me to inspire students of University of Business in Wroclaw at MBA study, class in leadership and modern management and advisory for their master thisis (studies in English as well as new group in Polish). I also teach negotiations, entrepreneurship and innovations in business for students of Management and provide lectures on different aspects of doing business ( marketing and international business ) in various cultures.
During the opening of the Annual Congress of the Cardiac Rhythm Section of the Polish Cardiology Society, I was awarded with the title and statue of the Friend of the Polish Electrotherapy and Electrophysiology. Since now on this title is to be awarded to one person outside the medical community, that significantly contributed to the development of the electrophysiology and electrotherapy.
It is great honor and confirmation that commitment to what we do is noticed and appreciated. I would like to show my respect for this initiative to the Section of the Cardiac Rhythm and express my gratitude for this great distinction.