Konrad Kobylecki

Professional experience:

For over 30 years he has been managing IT in telecommunications, energy, and banking. Currently, he is responsible for IT in the listed telecommunication company Netia S.A., which was the first in the Polish market to commercialize data for the analysis of television audiences. He was first an IT director at Orange Mobile, then became responsible for IT and Technology and Technology on the management board of Orange Polska, and for operations including IT and customer service on the management board of Polkomtel (Plus).
In Polska Grupa Energetyczna he was responsible for building and developing the Shared ICT Center. At IBM, he was responsible for the development of strategic IT services in Poland and the Baltic States. In the nineties, he was the director of the IT Department at the European Cooperation Bank, and earlier at Agrobank.
He graduated from the Faculty of Electronics at the Warsaw University of Technology. He also gained knowledge at Northwestern University in Chicago, at St. Gallen, and at Harvard Business School in Boston. For many years, he has lectured at postgraduate studies at the Warsaw School of Economics – including in the field of IT management and the practical side of building enterprise value.