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Sektor 3.0



The aim of the Sektor 3.0 Festival is to inspire and present trends from the world of new technologies and to educate how to practically implement modern digital strategies and tools in everyday social activities.



How to learn and develop more effectively with the support of technology?


technologies vs. learning conditions

knowledge & data transfer vs. the labor market

future competences

intergenerational education


knowledge management within the team

culture of agile learning in the organization

support of technology in education & development

AI vs. education & development


upskilling / reskilling / training

agile learning through technology

management of knowledge



Speakers 2023






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Sektor 3.0 brings together fascinating people from around the globe. They've thought through all kinds of different formats for engagement between the speakers and the participants. I was lucky enough to be a keynote speaker in 2018 and I continue to pull from my experiences there. I learned about everything from VR in educational settings to crowd sourced camel farming in Somalia. Sektor 3.0 helped me better understand my world and most invaluably created enduring friendships.
Emma Lacey-Bordeaux, CNN
Sektor 3.0 Festival was a phenomenal experience, safely bringing together people in-person and online. The content was inspiring, useful and action oriented and the event management was world-class. Working with this team was a pleasure I’d look forward to again and something I’d highly recommend to others.
Sterling Hawkins, Global Innovation Expert
Sektor 3.0 brings together creative, complementary, and captivating speakers from around the world to an international audience. Leaders in their respected fields present relevant and thought-provoking topics and engage with participants throughout the festival. The event organizers are top-notch and allow for speakers and guests to seamlessly come together on a global stage and share ideas for a healthier planet and better world for all of us.
Andrea Leitch, National Geographic
Sektor 3.0 team makes extra effort to ensure that the speakers and the content of each conference are unique and diverse. This is an opportunity for NGOs and public sector leaders to connect to a variety of high-quality topics from a myriad of sectors and geographies.
Monika Rozalska-Lilo, CREATORS
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Dominika Bettman

General Director of Microsoft in Poland. Former CEO of Siemens Sp. z o.o. Entrepreneur, advocate for new technologies and sustainable business. Promoter of diversity and inclusive leadership. Author of the book “Technologiczne Magnolie”. Graduate of the SGH Warsaw School of Economics, Faculty of Foreign Trade, and the Advanced Management Program at IESE in Barcelona.

Loes Damhof
UNESCO Chair, Hanzel University of Applied Sciences

Lecturer of the Year of higher education in The Netherlands in 2016. She decided to use the prestigious Comenis Award to develop pilot projects on futures literacy, or the active imagining of future alternatives, in order to create action strategies. In addition to her research and teaching practices, she consults and trains staff of global organizations such as FutureWomenX, UNESCO, UNFCCC, ClimateKIC, FORMS, UN, Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies and Oxfam in multidisciplinary projects. She designs, develops and facilitates so-called Futures Literacy Labs: collective intelligence knowledge creation processes across the globe that challenge and raise fundamental questions on leadership, migration, climate change and technology. She is a Future Fellow at Hawkwood College and a steering committee member of the Futures Oriented Museum Synergies.

Julie Dirksen
Usable Learning

Julie Dirksen is the author of the book “Design For How People Learn” and a learning strategy consultant with a focus on incorporating behavioral science into learning interventions. Her MS degree is in Instructional Systems Technology from Indiana University and she’s been an adjunct faculty member at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design and is an Learning Guild Guildmaster.

Simon Howson-Baggott

Simon has been working in Customer Success at LinkedIn for nearly 6 years, currently as the Customer Success Manager for the UK and Ireland, with a team looking after large corporate clients. Before joining LinkedIn he had worked in L&D for a decade doing everything from Induction revamps, leadership courses, LMS deployments and even making e-learning! He really understands the importance of learning and the impact it can have on businesses having helped some of the largest businesses in the world introduce on demand learning. He even won an award in LinkedIn for the most learning in LinkedIn across a year, clocking over 125 hours of LinkedIn content.

Shipra Kayan

Shipra Kayan is a remote collaboration pioneer and principal evangelist at Miro. Shipra believes that including all voices in the creative process generates better solutions than any single person could achieve on their own. As a thought leader on collaboration and teamwork, she teaches teams to run inclusive, engaging and productive workshops.

Filip Springer
Pisarz i fotograf

A writer and photographer. The author of numerous reportage series and books including, “Miedzianka. Historia znikania” (“Miedzianka. The Story of Disappearance”), “Wanna z kolumnadą” (“A Bathtub With a Colonnade: A Book of Reportage on Polish Space”), “13 pięter” (“13 Floors”), “Miasto Archipelag” (“Archipelag City”), “Źle urodzone” (“Ill-Born: Polish Post-war Modernist Architecture”). He is a fellow of the National Center for Culture, the “Herodot” Foundation named after Ryszard Kapuściński, and the City of Warsaw. He has been nominated for the most important literary awards in Poland. His books have been translated into English, German, Russian, Czech, and Hungarian, and a Chinese translation is also in preparation. He collaborates with the Institute of Reportage in Warsaw and is a co-creator of the literary festival MiedziankaFest and Miedzianka on the way. In March 2023, his latest book “Mein Gott, jak pięknie” (“Mein Gott, How Beautiful”) was released by the Karakter publishing house.

Natalia Ćwik
Wikimedia Poland

Experienced manager of projects, teams and organizations, as well as in the area of knowledge management. She studied linguistics, management & finance and banking. Mentor and founder of EduTech and other startups. Consultant of psychometric tools, coach, trainer. Author of publications in the fields of NGO management, business relationship building, sustainability and innovation. She has carried out numerous educational projects in Poland and abroad (including Africa), joining efforts to promote equal access to knowledge. Natalia Ćwik has been awarded the title of Ambassador of Women’s Entrepreneurship. She cultivates interdisciplinary approaches, constantly seeking new knowledge and experience from different fields (music, literature, economics, history, management, new technologies). She loves working with and for people.

Hei-Yue Pang
Inco Academy

Hei-Yue Pang is Senior Manager at INCO, a global non-profit which aims to build a new economy that is environmentally sustainable and socially responsible. INCO supports innovative companies to maximise their social impact and upskills diverse individuals to reach their full potential. During her time at INCO, Hei-Yue has led global programs to equip thousands of underserved individuals with in-demand skills in tech and sustainability. Currently, she leads the Green Digital Skills Certificate Program which empowers learners from 100+ countries with the knowledge and skills to develop sustainable digital solutions and build future-proof careers that can positively contribute to our evolving, greening economies.

prof. ALK, dr hab. Aleksandra Przegalińska
Kozminski University

Professor at Kozminski University, Ph.D in management sciences. She received her Ph.D in philosophy of artificial intelligence from the Institute of Philosophy at the University of Warsaw. She is currently the Vice-Rector for International Cooperation and ESR at Kozminski University. Since 2016, she has conducted research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston. She is a graduate of The New School for Social Research in New York, where she participated in research on identity in virtual reality, with a particular focus on Second Life. Currently she is a Research Fellow at the American Institute for Economic Research. In 2022, she began working with the Labour and Worklife Program at Harvard. She is interested in the development of artificial intelligence, natural language processing, machine learning, social robots and wearable technologies.

Mike Taylor

Mike Taylor is a seasoned instructional designer and learning technology expert with over two decades of experience. He is known for his practical approach to learning and is a popular speaker at industry events. Currently working at Nationwide in Columbus, Ohio, Mike uses his expertise to design and deliver effective learning experiences. In addition to his work at Nationwide, he also teaches in the Instructional Design & Learning Technology graduate program at Franklin University. Mike is passionate about helping others succeed in the L&D field and uses his experience and knowledge to inspire and educate the next generation of professionals. Just try not to make him laugh too hard – he’s got a knack for spilling coffee on his shirt.

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