Fundacja Inicjatyw Menedżerskich

Partner Strategiczny: Instytut Doradztwa Innowacyjnego Sp. z o. o.


Mana­ge­rial Ini­tia­ti­ves Foun­da­tion (Fun­da­cja Ini­cja­tyw Mene­dżer­skich, FIM) was esta­bli­shed in Novem­ber 2007. It is a non­go­vern­men­tal orga­ni­za­tion set up to pro­mote, cre­ate and imple­ment various orga­ni­za­tio­nal and mana­ge­rial ini­tia­ti­ves sup­por­ting the func­tio­ning of the three sec­tors: public, non­go­vern­men­tal and com­mer­cial. The foun­da­tion employs

10 per­sons on a full time basis, as well as it coope­ra­tes with a couple of dozens of tra­iners and advi­sors. The mana­ge­rial body, run by the pre­si­dent Paweł Pro­kop, admi­ni­sters the work of the foun­da­tion. The super­vi­sory board of the mana­ge­rial body con­si­sts of three per­sons who repre­sent scien­ti­fic circles.

The foun­da­tion imple­ments a num­ber of social pro­grams focu­sed on youth, employed per­sons, and socially exc­lu­ded gro­ups. Fur­ther­more, FIM con­ducts rese­arch and ana­ly­sis con­cer­ned with stra­tegy of regio­nal and local deve­lop­ment. It holds a vast expe­rience in tra­inings and con­sul­tancy in con­tem­po­rary mana­ge­rial solu­tions orga­ni­zed for public admi­ni­stra­tion, com­mer­cial com­pa­nies, and social organizations.

The foun­da­tion is cer­ti­fied by the Quality Mana­ge­ment Sys­tem accor­ding to ISO 9001 stan­dard and by the Infor­ma­tion Secu­rity Mana­ge­ment Sys­tem accor­ding to ISO 27001.

An impor­tant part of the FIM’s work con­si­sts of pro­mo­tion of the Polish prac­tice, expe­rience and solu­tions, as well as sha­ring those with inter­na­tio­nal part­ners, with a spe­cial empha­sis being put on the for­mer Soviet repu­blics (like Ukra­ine, Geo­r­gia, Azer­ba­ijan, Rus­sia, Taji­ki­stan, Mol­da­via). The col­la­bo­ra­tion with our eastern part­ners is focu­sed on deve­lo­ping sta­ble coope­ra­tion and buil­ding part­ner­ship between NGOs and public admi­ni­stra­tion (the deve­lop­ment of sys­tem of social par­ti­ci­pa­tion) in a num­ber of areas like: sup­por­ting exc­lu­ded and mar­gi­na­li­zed, moni­to­ring public pro­grams, or deve­lo­ping a sys­tem of tra­inings for bure­au­crats in part­ner­ship with local NGOs. Since 2007, Foun­da­tion has reali­zed over a dozen of pro­grams in coope­ra­tion with eastern partners.