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Dorota Osiecka | Colliers | Warsaw

Dorota Osiecka

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About

Professional Summary

Highlights:

  • Workplace Strategy, Research, Space Planning and Change  Management expert
  • 12+ years of strategic consulting, project management and  business development across various sectors and  geographies
  • Ample experience in managing  start-up teams and  new  markets

Accomplishments

Dorota has over 12 years of experience in strategic workplace consulting, organizational development and change management. Since 2008 year she has been concentrating on the field of Workplace Innovation, working on major workplace transformation project for clients in the UK and globally as Senior Strategy Consultant in DEGW London. In 2012 she became one of the leaders of Strategic Workplace consulting on the Polish market. Dorota combines deep knowledge and expertise in creating successful work environments with a broad range of organizational research tools, strong business acumen and practical experience gained through leading major strategic initiatives for large multinational organizations  as well as smaller clients in Poland and worldwide.

Education

Dorota  studied interdiciplinary humanities at the Univeristy of Warsaw. Her  academic curriculum included broad range of research subjects across sociology, anthropology and ehtnography. She also holds an Associate's certificate in Project Management, from the George Washington University in the U.S.

Services

Service Lines

Corporate Solutions

Property Type

Industrial, Office

Featured Research

6 Jun 2022

Hybrid work personas

One of the results of the prolonged struggle with the challenges organisations, boards and managers have faced since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, is an ever-changing landscape of work styles and employee needs. A recent study conducted by Colliers Define platform advisors among a sample of 3123 respondents shows that we are not so much dealing with the emergence of new work styles, which are unique to each organisation.
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16 Feb 2022

Defining a Work Revolution: Looking beyond the return to the office

There are dramatic socioeconomic, technological and business forces emerging which will impact the Future of Work – and which define an upcoming Work Revolution. The scale of these shifts requires an inter-connected approach to organizational problem solving.
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Featured News

13 Oct 2022

Hybrid work in the new reality

While prior to the pandemic, as many as 76 percent of organisations employed people to work exclusively in the office, only 24 percent of organisations surveyed by Colliers say they will adopt the same hiring strategy in the future. With this significant change, we are seeing new developments on the labour market – employees’ expectations towards employers are changing, as well as the way office space is designed, which today must meet the needs of a hybrid workforce.
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7 Jun 2022

Hybridised work styles and the phygital workplace. The team behind the new Colliers Define platform outlines the transformations taking place in the work environment.

– One of the results of the prolonged struggle with the challenges organisations, boards and managers have faced since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, is an ever-changing landscape of work styles and employee needs. A recent study conducted by Colliers Define platform advisors, the results of which are presented in the guide "Hybrid work personas", shows that we are not so much dealing with the emergence of new work styles, which are unique to each organisation.
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