Department of Management Theory and Human Capital
ul. Prof. Stanisława Łojasiewicza 4, pok. 2.316, 30-348 Kraków
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- strategic management,
- stakeholder identification,
- stakeholder management,
- corporate social responsibility (CSR),
- sustainable and responsible investing (SRI),
- management control,
Anna’s research focuses on stakeholder identification and analysis. She developed a systematic framework for the identification of strategic stakeholders of a value-creating social system (e.g. an organisation, an institution, a project, or a city), called the Methodology of Identification of Strategic Stakeholders (MISS). This innovative methodological approach, which has been validated in empirical research, resulted in her PhD dissertation, academic papers, as well as research projects, including in the scope of international cooperation.
As a result of the research grant (Identification and prioritisation of social systems’ stakeholders with the application of the MISS methodology) funded by the Initiative of Excellence - Research University programme of Jagiellonian University, the MISS framework has been advanced and digitised and developed into a web application, which to the best of her knowledge is the first such non-commercial software for stakeholder identification and prioritisation.
She is currently conducting a project aimed at pre-implementation research, MISS - A toolset for stakeholder analysis in the form of a web application, together with consulting services, funded by the Centre for Technology Transfer CITTRU. It embraces proof of concept research towards a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) in order to produce a demo version of the MISS application adapted to the market requirements and preferences of external users, and capable of generating sales revenue.
The MISS framework has also been applied to preliminary research in urban studies and public management. Moreover, Anna’s expertise focuses on the application of the stakeholder approach to studies on CSR, ESG, and sustainable and responsible finance (SRI).
since 2022 – participation in the HES-GEO project “Building Excellence in Research of Human-Environmental Systems with Geospatial and Earth Observation Technologies” - “Social processes and urban resilience” research lab, funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme,
since 2018 – continued research collaboration with the University of Canterbury, Department of Economics and Finance, New Zealand
2017 – Visiting Professor at Università Degli Studi di Pisa, Dipartimento di Economia e Management
Didactic activity (employee-led classes):
- Management Accounting
- Economic Analysis of a Company
- seminars for MA students