Leandro Alves Patah
Leandro Patah holds a post-doctorate degree in business administration from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, a doctorate and a master's degree in production engineering from Poly-USP, a post-graduation degree in business administration from EAESP-FGV and a mechanical engineer degree from EESC-USP. He is a doctor professor of the Professional Master in Administration - Project Management and the Doctorate Program in Administration, at the Nove de Julho (UNINOVE) university. In these stricto sensu graduation programs, he has been responsible since 2012 for the disciplines Project Management and Advanced Topics in Project Management, conducted in partnership with the Bentley University, in Boston/USA. He is currently directing the master's dissertations of two students of the programs with their defense estimated by 2018 and three doctorate theses, estimated to be defended by 2019. In this program, he has already named 11 students masters. He is a professor of the Graduation Program in Production Engineering at the Polytechnic School of the University of São Paulo, where he guides three master's students with a defense estimate by 2018 and 2019 and a doctorate student with a defense estimate by 2020 and a professor doctor of the Department of Administration for Production and Operations at the São Paulo School of Business Administration, at the Getulio Vargas Foundation. He worked at Camargo Corrêa S.A. for 4 years as a corporate PMO for the Cement Division responsible, for the creation and implementation of a project management process, for training company managers and monitoring the main projects of the division. He worked for Siemens Ltda. for 12 years, having worked in the implementation of telecommunication equipment installation projects for energy companies and telecommunications operators, in the implementation of project offices and in the training of project managers in Brazil and Germany. He was responsible for the corporate PMO, control of the project portfolio and implementation of the project management methodology in Siemens units, in South America. He is PMP certified by PMI and a Senior Project Manager (SPM) by Siemens AG from Germany. He is an editor of the IPTEC Journal and evaluator of articles from the IJPR, IMDS, GeP, GeAS, RAE and Exacta journals, the International Project Management Symposium (SINGEP), the National Graduation Association of Administration (ENANPAD) National Meeting of Production Engineering (ENEGEP) and co-author of the Project Management books in Practice I and II: Brazilian Cases. He is fluent in English, German and Spanish.