Partner, Management Consulting, Head of Public Sector and Infrastructure in Poland and CEE
KPMG in Poland
For several years Mirosław has been developing advisory services to government administration, supporting it in the process of computerization, project management and risk management. His clients include: The Chancellery of the President of the Republic of Poland, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Digitization, Social Insurance Institution. He works for the local governments, where he supports them in the area of social policy (active forms of counteracting unemployment, social policy at the local level). Mirosław also runs infrastructure projects relating to urban regeneration, development of urban studies and approach to the management and coordination of projects in the city. His clients include local self-governments and municipal councils. In the area of support to the infrastructure sector, he is specialized in projects relating to water management. He was in charge of projects such as computerization of the natural hazards management area, developing flood risk management plans and updating river basin management plans. In the energy field, Miroslaw Proppé promotes planning approach based on multi-dimensional prioritization of investments and project management based on the unique methodology of KPMG - Major Projects Advisory. His clients include: National Water Management Authority, the Institute of Meteorology and Water Management, PP National Forests and waterworks companies. In terms of energy, he promotes good practices asset management and production based on standard PAS55 / ISO 5500x. It involves optimizing the use of assets and expenditures on the property in order to rationalize expenditure while maintaining required levels of operational safety and the risk of unavailability. He participated in many projects related to computerization of company various areas in the energy sector. His clients include the biggest energy companies operating in Poland.
- Government and Public Sector
Executive Master of Public Administration, Evans School of Public Affairs, University of Washington
Management, Warsaw University