This session of Meet Content Wrocław is dedicated to leadership, talent, and team dynamics. Together with a panel of local managers we will explore ways to answer a difficult and multi-faceted question: How to set up the right team for a successful documentation project? Come join us and learn more about what it takes to succeed in the content world!
7PM | 22 November 2017
Nokia Garage | ul. Szybowcowa 2 | WROCŁAW
Hania is a Wrocław University of Technology graduate and a project manager for technical documentation at Etteplan. She believes that communication is the key to success and is a sports addict—particularly keen on climbing, yoga and triathlon.
Nadzieja Maksymczak manages a Customer Documentation team at Nokia. She has extensive experience in technical writing, having driven numerous customer documentation projects as a Project Manager. She is interested in communication, project management and operational management. Horse riding is her passion.
Panny is a documentation team manager at Nokia. She had her first job as a technical writer in Nokia China in 2008, and became manager of the team after one year. Embracing new challenges, she came to Poland in 2014 to lead a local documentation team and drive broader scale projects. With abundant experience in leading multicultural teams, she is known for her ability to transmute cultural differences into catalyst for efficiency and creativity in global projects.
Daniel Barrio Fierro
Daniel is proud to lead the Technical Communications team at Dolby Poland, helping anyone working with their products to clearly know how to accomplish their tasks. Information architect by trade, linguist by education, Daniel’s eyes twinkle when hearing the words “systems thinking”.
Tomek graduated from the Wroclaw University of Technology and is a documentation manager at Unit4. He developed as a technical communication professional while holding various positions at LG Electronics and Nokia. His passion for content is coupled with curiosity, interest in technology, and enthusiasm for daily operational management. He loves all kinds of sports, though football has a special place in his heart.