Over 35 years of experience in information technology and in the management of interdisciplinary development projects in more than 20 countries. He worked as a professor at Warsaw School of Economics in Poland and Carleton University in Canada. From 1981 to 1993 he held research positions in industry working for Shell, Phillips, Gandalf and Rockwood Informatics. He has expertise in sustainable development, rural development, software engineering, telecommunication, office automation, Internet technologies and website design. He designed websites for major development projects at IDRC, World Bank and IFAD and advised international organizations and development projects on Internet technologies and knowledge management. His current research interests include ICT and Knowledge Management policy development, sustainable development, Web-based applications, decision support systems, knowledge management and communication systems. He is the author and co-author of 5 books and over 40 articles.