I’m the CCO and one of the co-founders. I thrive on connections with products, organisations, but most importantly – people. There’s nothing that satisfies me more than connecting two people, that can mutually help each other in business and personally. I’m a typical humanist. I enjoy modern art, good literature, and theater. Art relaxes and inspires me but it’s incredible energy also charges my batteries. While I’m a total arts junkie, on the other hand, I very much enjoy constructive disputes on various topics – ranging from literature through politics and worldviews.
I devote my spare time (which is very precious in an entrepreneur's life) to my passions for the arts. I get lost in literature, even if it’s a philosophical treatise. Seeing a dozen theater plays a month during the festival season is absolutely normal for me and my friends, and we love it. Afterwards, we often head to one of Cracow’s restaurants or pubs, where we have all-night discussions. Equally important to me is attaining physical and mental balance by practicing Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga. I truly believe that picking up my yoga practice, two years ago, was a very transformative experience for me, helping me to unlock my inner potential, that I was not aware of.
As Tom DeMarco once said: "Get the right people. Then, no matter what else you might do wrong after that, the people will save you." We couldn't agree more with that. Working with the right people is crucial to succeeding.
Holding discovery workshops without business analysis is like trying to ride a bicycle without wheels. You can pedal as much as you want, but you’ll still get nowhere. That’s why business analyst’s engagement in the workshop
In the modern economy, it’s a standard to own an app – even for middle-sized companies. Although it’s starting to become another must-have business tool, your business partners may still find it confusing.