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 INITIAL PHASE

 

 

HR STRATEGY's PREPARATION WORK

17.07.2018​

The SGH’s HRS4R application documentation was submitted for the assessment of the European Commission using a dedicated EURAXESS platform.

12.07.2018

Rector of SGH Warsaw School of Economics professor Marek Rocki on behalf of the Steering Committee approved the application documentation, including the Action Plan and the HR Strategy.

18.06.2018

Consultation meeting of the Steering Committee and Working Group

 

Participants:
​1. Prof. Piotr Wachowiak, PhD – Vice Rector for Research and Management, the Steering Committee
2. Marcin Dąbrowski, PhD – Chancellor, the Steering Committee
3. Prof. Piotr Błędowski, PhD – Coordinator for HRS4R strategy implementation
4. Prof. Jana Pieriegud, PhD – Head of the Working Group
5. Prof. Maciej Malicki, PhD – Deputy Head of the Working Group
6. Łukasz Skrok, PhD – WP5.5 Subgroup Coordinator
7. Irmina Cisek-Cicirko, PhD – Head of the Support Research Office
Objective:​​

​Discussion on the HRS4R Strategy Action Plan and OTM-R policy.
​Agenda:
​1. Discussion on the Action Plan of the HRS4R Strategy and the OTM-R policy.
2. Setting a schedule for further work.
​Decisions:
​1. Head of the Working Group will send to the Steering Committee complete documentation for acceptance by 10/07/2018.
 

10.05.2018

Consultation meeting of the Steering Committee and Working Group

Participants:​
​                   ​1. Prof. Piotr Wachowiak, PhD – Vice Rector for Research and Management, the Steering Committee
2. Jolanta Ausz, MA – Bursar
3. Beata Mierzejewska, MA – Deputy Chancellor
4. Prof. Piotr Błędowski, PhD – Coordinator for HRS4R strategy implementation
5. Prof. Jana Pieriegud, PhD – Head of the Working Group
6. Prof. Maciej Malicki, PhD – Deputy Head of the Working Group
7. Irmina Cisek-Cicirko, PhD – Head of the Support Research Office
Objective:​​​
Final verification of identified gaps and planned activities regarding the HRS4R Strategy and OTM-R policy; assessment of the implementation of 40 principles of the Charter and the Code at SGH Warsaw School of Economics.
Agenda:​      
​1. Discussion on remarks submitted by the Steering Committee regarding identified gaps and proposed actions to the HRS4R Strategy and OTM-R policy.
2. Setting a schedule for further work.
Decisions:​​​
1. Head of the Working Group will send to the Steering Committee an agreed version of the material for approval by 14/05/2018.
 

27.04.2018

Concultation Meeting of the Steering Committee and the Working Group

 

Participants:​
​1. Prof. Piotr Wachowiak, PhD – Vice Rector for Research and Management, the Steering Committee
2. Jolanta Ausz, MA - Bursar
3. Beata Mierzejewska, MA - Deputy Chancellor
4. Prof. Piotr Błędowski, PhD – Coordinator for HRS4R strategy implementation
5. Prof. Jana Pieriegud, PhD – Head of the Working Group
6. Irmina Cisek-Cicirko, PhD – Head of the Support Research Office

Objective:​​
Discussion on the results of gap analysis and scheduled activities for the HRS4R Strategy and the OTM-R policy.
​Agenda:
​1. Summary of the activities that have been completed as of 24/04/2018 by Head of the Working Group
2. Discussion on the results of the survey, gap analysis and proposed activities to the HRS4R Strategy and the OTM-R policy.
Decisions:​​
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​1. The Steering Committee will send comments to Head of the Working Group by 8/05/2018.
2. The next meeting to be held on 10/05/2018 at 13:30.
3. As part of the information campaign, the Promotion and Recruitment Department will prepare a banner for the main page and posters.

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24.04.2018

Meeting of the HRS4R Strategy and the OTM-R Policy Working Group

Participants:      
1. Prof. Piotr Błędowski, PhD – Coordinator for HRS4R strategy implementation
2. Prof. Jana Pieriegud, PhD – Head of the Worki
ng Group
3. Aleksandra Turżańska, MA – the Working Group secretary
4. Representatives of five collegia (Collegium of Economic Analysis, Collegium of Socio-Economics, Collegium of World Economy, Collegium of Business Administration, Collegium of Management and Finance), Bursar’s Office, International Centre, Information Technology Centre, Support Research Office, HR Support Office, Organization and Legislation Office, Project Support Office, Promotion and Recruitment Department, Procurement Department, Internal Audit Department, Health and Safety Unit.
In total 27 persons.
Objective:
Verification of gap analysis results and planned activities for HRS4R Strategy.
Agenda:
​1. Presentation of survey results – Tomasz Pilewicz, PhD, WP4 subgroup Coordinator
2. Summary of the activities that have been completed – prof. Jana Pieriegud, PhD, Head of the Working Group
3. Discussion and questions regarding the actions completed and corrective measures, final conclusions.
Decisions:

1. Identified gaps were discussed.
2. After the meeting, the updated table will be sent for final approval by individual units.
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17.04.2018

The HRS4R Strategy and the OTM-R Policy Working Group analyzed the results of a survey conducted at our university. We encourage an academic community to get acquainted with the results of the research and to participate in the open meeting of the team that will be held on 24.04.2018 at 9:00-11:00 in room 152G.

11.04.2018

Rector of SGH professor Marek Rocki signed the Declaration of endorsement of the European Charter of Researchers and the Code of Conduct for Recruitment of Researchers.

                    
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6.04.2018

Meeting of the subgroup WP5.5 Gap Analysis: Correlation

Participants: 

         1. Prof. Jana Pieriegud, PhD - Head of the Working Group
         2. Łukasz Skrok, PhD – WP5.5 subgroup Coordinator
         3.
    Aleksandra Turżańska, MA – the Working Group secretaty
         4. Irmina Cisek-Cicirko, PhD - Head of the Support Research Office
         5. Tomasz Pilewicz, PhD - WP4 subgroup Coordinator

    Objective:

    Discussion and comparison of the results of the report presenting the results of surveys and summary gaps table. 

    Agenda:

        1. Final acceptance of the description of SGH Warsaw School of Economics for Template 2.
        2. Exchange of opinions on the conclusions of the survey.
        3. Discussion on the gaps table.
        4. Decision on the form of the report, which will be made available to the community of SGH Warsaw School of Economics, as well as the date of the open meeting of the entire team.

    Decisions:

        1. A synthesis of the report containing the results of the survey will be prepared, which will be disseminated in the community of SGH Warsaw School of Economics (by 16/04/2018).
        2. The table with a list of identified gaps and necessary corrective actions will be refined by 13/04/2018.
        3. The date of the open meeting of the Working Group and all interested researchers of SGH was set (24/04/2018) in order to present the results of the survey and the gap analysis.  wp.5.5.jpg

           
           













    23.03.2018

    An interview about HR preparation works with professor Piotr Wachowiak, Vice Rector for Research and Management

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    18.03.2018

    End of survey research. The result is 399 complete surveys.

    14.03.2018
    Meeting of the subgroup WP5.1 Gap Analysis: Ethical and professional aspects

    Participants:               
    1. Ewa Gałecka-Burdziak, PhD – WP5.1 subgroup Coordinator
    2. Prof. Maciej Malicki, PhD – WP5.2 subgroup Coordinator
    3. Grażyna Brodowicz, MA - Director of the HR Support Office
    4. Irmina Cisek-Cicirko, PhD - Head of the Research Support Office
    5. Ewa Wierzbińska, MA - Deputy Bursar, the Working Group
    6. Justyna Gać, MA - Project Support Office, the Working Group
    7. Piotr Piwowarczyk, MA - Logistics and Procurement Department, the Working Group
    ​Objective:
    Gap analysis in areas 1-11 (ethical and professional aspects).
    ​Agenda:
    ​1. Discussion of individual areas being analysed.
    2. Suggestions for gaps and corrective actions in selected areas.
    3. Proposition of a further action plan.
    ​Decisions:

    ​1. The previous findings regarding the identification of gaps and proposed corrective actions were summarized.
    2. A schedule for further work was set - sending comments to the next version of the electronic report (by 19/03/2018), and then finalizing and sending the report on WP5.1 subgroup work.

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    14.03.2018
    Meeting of the subgroup WP5.4 Gap Analysis: Training

    Participants:
    1. Ewa Gałecka-Burdziak, PhD – WP5.4 subgroup Coordinator
    2. Tomasz Pilewicz, PhD - WP4 subgroup Coordinator
    3. Jan Janiszewski, MA - PhD Students Council, the Working Group
    4. Edyta Brodowicz, MA - Research Support Office, the Working Group
    5. Aleksandra Turżańska, MA – the Working Group secretary
    6. Bartosz Majewski, MA - Head of the Center for Enterpreneurship and Transfer
    7. Prof. Maciej Malicki, PhD - WP5.2 subgroup Coordinator

    ​Objective:                  
    ​Gap analysis in areas 36-40 (training).
    ​Agenda:
    1. Discussion of individual areas being analysed.
    2. Suggestions for gaps and corrective actions in selected areas.
    3. Proposition of a further action plan.
    ​Decisions:

    1. The findings will be summarized in table and send to the Head of the Working Group by 19/03/2018.

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    13.03.2018

    Meeting of the subgroup WP5.2 Gap Analysis: Recruitment

    Participants:
    1. Prof. Maciej Malicki, PhD – WP5.2 subgroup Coordinator
    2. Prof. Tomasz Dołęgowski, PhD - Deputy Dean of the Collegium of World Economy, the Working Group
    3. Elżbieta Fonberg-Stokłuska, Msc - Director of the International Centre, the Working Group
    4. Aleksandra Turżańska, MA – the Working Group secretary
    5. Łukasz Skrok, PhD – WP5.5 subgroup Coordinator
    6. Patrycja Wyżlic, MA - Head of the Organisation and Legislation Office, the Working Group
    ​Objective:                  
    ​Gap analysis in areas 12-21 (recruitment).
    ​Agenda:
    1. Discussion on 19, 20 and 21 areas.
    ​Decisions:

    1. The gaps in areas 19, 20 and 21 were indentified.
    2. The findings of WP5.2 subgroup will be summarized in a table and send to the Head of the Working Group by 19/03/2018
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    07.03.2018

    Meeting of the subgroup WP5.3 Gap Analysis: Working Conditions 

    Participants:
    1. Grażyna Brodowicz, MA - Director of the HR Support Office, WP5.3 subgroup Coordinator
    2. Prof. Maciej Malicki, PhD – WP5.2 subgroup Coordinator
    3. Prof. Ryszard Bartkowiak, PhD - Dean of Collegium of the Management and Finance, the Working Group
    4. Prof. Gabriel Główka, PhD - Dean of the Collegium of Business Administration, the Working Group
    5. Marta Pachocka, PhD - Collegium of Socio-Economics, the Working Group
    6. Lidia Tomaszewska, MA - Head of the Project Support Office, the Working Group
    7. Tomasz Chodyra - Health and Safety Office, the Working Group
    8. Małgorzata Hryciuk, MA - Deputy Head of the Educational Support Office, the Working Group
    9. Jacek Malesa, MA - Head of the Internal Audit Department, observer
    ​Objective:                  
    ​Gap analysis in areas 27-35 (working conditions).
    ​Agenda:
    1. Discussion of the gaps in areas 27-35.
    ​Decisions:

    1. The gaps were identified in the following areas: 27, 28, 30, 31, 33, 34.
    2. There are no gaps in areas 32 and 35.
    3. The findings of WP5.3 subgroup will be summarized in a table and send to the Head of the Working Group by 19/03/2018.

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    02.03.2018

    Meeting of the WP4 Survey subgroup

    Participants:       
    1. Prof. Jana Pieriegud, PhD – Head of the Working Group
    2. Tomasz Pilewicz, PhD - WP4 subgroup Coordinator
    3. Aleksandra Turżańska, MA – the Working Group secretary
    4. Marta Pachocka, PhD - the Working Group member
    5. Łukasz Skrok, PhD – WP5.5 subgroup Coordinator
    6. Ewelina Krasucka, MA – Information Technology Centre
    7. Edyta Brodowicz, MA - Support Research Office, the Working Group
    Objective:​​​
    Verification of communication activities and planning activities related to the analysis of the survey results.
    Agenda:​​​​​
    1. Verification of the response rate of the survey.
    2. Verification of communication activities undertaken by Collegia.
    3. Planning activities that improve the response rate of the survey.
    4. Planning the compilation of the results of the survey.
    5. Discussion of the description of the SGH in the so-called Template 2.
    Decisions:​​​       

    1. It is planned to prepare communication for the SGH Newsletter, the social media (SGH Fb) and a reminder about the research from the level of the Rectorate (T. Pilewicz). The planned date of sending the communication is 5/6 March (M. Karaś for Newsletter and SGH Fb and Vice-Rector prof. P. Wachowiak for the Rectorate of the SGH).
    2. The results of the survey will be compiled in the form of a synthetic report by 30/03/2018 (T. Pilewicz).
    3. The description of the SGH Warsaw School of Economics, including the aspects agreed upon at the meeting, will be sent to Head of thee Worling Team to by 09/03/2018 (M. Pachocka).

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    28.02.2018

    Meeting of the subgroup WP5.3 Gap Analysis: Working Conditions

     

    Participants:       ​​
    1. Grażyna Brodowicz, MA - Director of the HR Support Office, WP5.3 subgroup Coordinator
    2. Prof. Maciej Malicki, PhD – WP5.2 subgroup Coordinator
    3. Prof. Jana Pieriegud, PhD – Head the Working Group
    4. Prof. Ryszard Bartkowiak, PhD - Dean of Collegium of the Management and Finance, the Working Group
    5. Prof. Gabriel Główka, PhD - Dean of the Collegium of Business Administration, the Working Group
    6. Marta Pachocka, PhD - Collegium of Socio-Economics, the Working Group
    7. Lidia Tomaszewska, MA - Head of the Project Support Office, the Working Group
    8. Tomasz Chodyra - Health and Safety Office, the Working Group
    9. Małgorzata Hryciuk, MA - Deputy Head of the Educational Support Office, the Working Group
    10. Jacek Malesa, MA - Head of the Internal Audit Department, observer
    Objective:​​
    Gap analysis in areas 22-35 regarding working conditions and social security.
    Agenda:​​​​
    ​1. Presentation of the gap analysis methodology.
    2. Discussion on individual areas.
    Decisions:​​

    1. Areas 22-26 were analysed. Among others the following gaps were identified:
    - lack of regulation and transparent procedures regarding the allocation of funds for research;
    - no scientific research strategy;
    - no rules for granting employee incentive bonus.
     
    2. Next meeting: 7/03/2018 at 12:30-14:30 am, room no. 1, building A.

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    Meeting of the subgroup WP5.2 Gap Analysis: Recruitment

    Participants:        ​
    ​1. Prof. Maciej Malicki, PhD – WP5.2 subgroup Coordinator
    2. Prof. Jana Pieriegud, PhD – Head the Working Group
    3. Prof. Marcin Krawczyk, PhD - Vice Dean of the Collegium of Socio-Economics, the Working Group
    4. Elżbieta Fonberg-Stokłuska, Msc - Director of the International Centre, the Working Group
    5. Jacek Malesa, MA - Head of Internal Audit Office, observer
    6. Mariusz Strojny, PhD - Rector's plenipotentiary for technology transfer, the Working Group
    Objective:​
    Gap analysis in areas 12-21 Recruitment.
    Agenda:​​​
    1. Presentation of the gap analysis methodology.
    2. Discussion on individual areas.
    Decisions:​

    1. Analysis of areas 19 and 21 requires additional consultations with experts (to be held before the next meeting).
    2. The subgroup members will send suggestions of activities to the subgroup's coordinator by 09/03/2018.
    3. Next meeting: 13/03/2018 at 9:15 am.

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    26.02.2018

    Meeting of the subgroup WP5.4 Gap Analysis: Training

    Participants:        
    ​1. Prof. Jana Pieriegud, PhD – Head the Working Group
    2. Ewa Gałecka-Burdziak, PhD – WP5.1 subgroup Coordinator
    3. Prof. Marcin Krawczyk, PhD - Deputy Dean of the Collegium of Socio-Economics, the Working Group
    4. Tomasz Pilewicz, PhD - WP4 subgroup Coordinator
    5. Jan Janiszewski, MA - PhD Students Council, the Working Group
    6. Edyta Brodowicz, MA - Support Research Office, the Working Group
    ​Objective:
    Gap analysis in areas 36-40.
    ​Agenda:​​
    ​1. Discussion on individual areas under analysis.
    2. Gap identification and suggestion of corrective actions for selected areas.
    3. Specification of a further action plan.
    ​Decisions:

    1. It was proposed to review additional internal regulations to conduct a proper gap analysis.
    2. Gaps were identified for selected areas under analysis.
    3. Corrective actions for identified gaps were proposed.
    4. Consultations were proposed, which will be carried out by Jan Janiszewski with the secretaries of doctoral studies.
    5. A preliminary schedule of further work and the date of the next meeting was set out.
    6. Next subgroup meeting: 14/03/2018 at 10:30 am.

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    Meeting of the subgroup WP5.1 Gap Analysis: Ethical and professional aspects

    ​Participants:            
    1. Prof. Jana Pieriegud, PhD – Head the Working Group
    2. Ewa Gałecka-Burdziak, PhD – WP5.1 subgroup Coordinator
    3. Prof. Maciej Malicki, PhD – WP5.2 subgroup Coordinator
    4. Grażyna Brodowicz, MA - Director of the HR Support Office, WP5.3 subgroup Coordinator
    5. Irmina Cisek-Cicirko, PhD - Head of the Research Support Office
    6. Ewa Wierzbińska, MA - Deputy Bursar, the Working Group
    7. Piotr Piwowarczyk, MA - Logistics and Procurement Department, the Working Group
    8. Piotr Militz, MA - Head of the Legal Office, the Working Group
    9. Jacek Malesa, MA - Head of Internal Audit Office, observer
    ​Objective:
    ​Gap analysis in areas 1-11 (ethical and professional aspects).
    Agenda:​​
    ​1. Presentation of the gap analysis methodology.
    2. Discussion on individual areas.
    ​Decisions:

    ​1. The subgroup members will send suggestions of activities to the subgroup's coordinator by 10/03/2018.
    2. Next meeting: 12/03/2018 at 12:00 am.

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    01.02.2018

    Meeting of the WP4 Survey subgroup

    Participants:​
    1. Prof. Jana Pieriegud, PhD – Head of the Working Group
    2. Tomasz Pilewicz, PhD - WP4 subgroup Coordinator
    3. Irmina Cisek-Cicirko, PhD - Head of the Support Research Office
    4. Ewelina Krasucka, MA – Information Technology Centre
    5. Ewa Gałecka-Burdziak, PhD – WP5.1 subgroup Coordinator
    6. Marta Pachocka, PhD - the Working Group member
    7. Łukasz Skrok, PhD – WP5.5 subgroup Coordinator
    8. Aleksandra Turżańska, MA – the Working Group secretary
    9. Jan Janiszewski, MA - PhD Students Council, the Working Group
    10. Edyta Brodowicz, MA - Support Research Office, the Working Group
    11. Justyna Gać, MA - Project Support Office, the Working Group
    Objective:​
    ​Conducting a questionnaire survey.
    Agenda:​
    1. Verification of the survey questions and approval of the final version.
    2. Selection of the communication channels to reach the respondents.
    3. Setting deadlines for presenting corresponding information in colleges and on doctoral studies.
    4. Discussion on an analysis and presentation of the results of the study.
    Decisions:    ​
    ​1. The questionnaire will be prepared in electronic form by the Information Technology Center, however will be also available in the paper form.
    2. Deadlines for conducting a survey among academic staff:
    - Electronic questionnaire - an email with information and a link to the survey from 20/02/2018.
    - Information at the meetings of the college councils: Collegium of Economic Analysis (20th February), Collegium of World Economy (21st February), Collegium of Management and Finance (26th February), Collegium of Socio-Economics (1st March), Collegium of Business Administration (8th March).
    - Paper-based surveys will be available in the Professor Club, Department of Science, DSP, defense hall (coordinated by the Department of Science), in the colleges' offices and the secretariats of institutes and departments (coordinate by the members of the sub-team in their colleges). Paper-based surveys will be entered into the system by members of the sub-group.
    3. Conducting a survey among PhD students:
    - electronic questionnaire: an email with information and a link to the survey.
    - participation of secretary's of PhD studies in the dissemination of the questionnaire (request to fill in the questionnaire during classes). Coordinated by Jan Janiszewski with the support of the members of the subassemblies from the colleges.
     4. Planned dromotional activities:
    - preparation of a banner for the home page and the subpage of the HRS4R Strategy
     - preparation and printing of posters (A3) with short information on the implementation of the HRS4R Strategy at the Warsaw School of Economics and the accompanying survey.
     5. The results of the survey will be developed in the form of Excel sheets together with charts prepared by the Technology Center.
     6. Date of the next meeting of the subgroup: 2/03/2018 at 10.00 am.

    31.01 2018
    Approval by the Coordinator of the schedule for initial work for peroid from 1 February to 29 July 2018.
     

    25.01. 2018
    Establishment of six work subgroups for conducting a questionnaire survey (WP4), gap analysis (WP5.1-WP5.4), and correlation of the questionnaire survey and gaps, as well as preparation of HR strategy (WP5.5).

    24.01.2018

    Information on the initial work available on the main SGH website and in the SGH newsletter.


    20.01.2018
    Launching an intranet for the Working Group in order to facilitate access and effectively manage the information flow to support the work of the team.

    18.01 2018
    Launch of a dedicated website concerning the implementation of the HRS4R Strategy and OTM-R policy, consisting of the following subpages: General information, Working Group, Work Schedule, Action Plan & Strategy, Contact.

    17.01 2018
    KICK-OFF MEETING – the first meeting of the Steering Committee, Coordinator, the Working Group and the Monitoring Group.


    ​Participants:
    ​1. Prof. Piotr Wachowiak, PhD- Vice Rector for Research and Management,
    2. Prof. Jana Pieriegud, PhD - Head of thwe Working Group
    3. Prof. Piotr Błędowski, PhD- Coordinator for HRS4R strategy 
    4. Aleksandra Turżańska, MA - the Working Group secretary
    5. The representatives of the: Collegium of Economic Analysis, Collegium of Socio-Economics, Collegium of World Economy, Collegium of Business Administration, Collegium of Management and Finance, bursar's office, International Centre, Information Technology Centre, Support Research Office, HR Support Office, Organisation and Legislation Office, Project Support Office, Promotion and Admissions Office, Logistics and Public Procurement Department, Internal Audit, Health and Safety Unit.
    In total, 33 persons.
    Objecitve:​
    The training of participants regarding the implementation of the HRS4R Strategy and OMT-R policy, setting a schedule of activities for the coming months.

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    Agenda:​
    ​1. Foreword and presentation of the chairman - prof. Piotr Wachowiak, Vice-Rector for Research and Management, the Steering Committee.
    2. Summary of activities that have already been carried out - professor Jana Pieriegud, Head of the Working Group.
    3. Presentation of the schedule and implementation work package – Professor Piotr Błędowski PhD, Coordinator for HRS4R strategy OTM-R policy implementation.
    4. Preparation of application documentation for the award of the HR Excellence in Research of the European Commission
    - Wojciech Majkowski, PhD
    5. Assumptions, scope and substantive purpose of internal analysis (a workshop) - Wojciech Majkowski, PhD
    6. Methodology of elimination of identified incompatibilities, so-called gap (a workshop) - Wojciech Majkowski PhD
    7. Discussion and questions, final conclusions.
    Decisions:

    ​Development of a schedule of implementation works:
    - launch of the information campaign: January, February 2018.
    - preparation of the questionnaire form by the IT Department: February 2018.
    - conducting a questionnaire survey: from 26th February 2008 (4 weeks).
    - gap analysis: in parallel with the survey.
    - correlation of surveys and gap analysis (April and May 2018).
    - preparation by the HR Support Office of 20 points regarding OTM-R (April, May 2018).

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    12.01.2018

    Publication in the Public Information Bulletin of SGH the Rector's Decree No. 3 regarding the appointment of the Team for the implementation of the HRS4R Strategy and the OTM-R Policy, Monitoring Group for the implementation of the HRS4R Strategy and the OTM-R Policy and the Steering Committee for the implementation of the HRS4R Strategy and the OTM-R Policy.

    Publication in the Public Information Bulletin of SGH the Rector's Decree No. 4 regarding the appointment of the Rector's Coordinator for the implementation of the HRS4R Strategy and the policy of open and transparent recruitment processes (OTM-R).

    05.01.2018

    The first working meeting organized by the Vice-Rector for Research and Management professor Piotr Wachowiak with professor Piotr Błędowski, professor Jana Pieriegud, Irmina Cisek-Cicirko, PhD, and Wojciech Majkowski, PhD. The purpose of the meeting was a preliminary discussion of the scope of the implementation work package in the light of the principles contained in the European Charter for Researchers and Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers and in the policy of open and transparent recruitment processes based on qualifications of researchers (OTM-R).