Dorota Osiecka | Colliers International | Warsaw

Dorota Osiecka


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Professional Summary


  • 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


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.


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.


Service Lines
Corporate Solutions
Property Types
Industrial, Office
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21 May 2020
Colliers introduces new service for companies returning to offices
Colliers has established that in most corporate offices only 40-50 per cent of desk spaces will be usable initially when staff return to the office, because social distancing measures will be expected to continue for the next few months. This means that unless significant changes are made to layout and office design, many people will have to remain working remotely for the foreseeable future.
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