Hugo Tadeu is a professor and researcher of innovation and productivity management at FDC. He works as a Technical Coordinator of the Specialization Program in Business Management and in projects on innovation and productivity in organizations such as Petrobras, Ypê, Embraer, P7, Sebrae Paraná, Orbi among others. Professor Tadeu coordinates the Center for Reference in Innovation in São Paulo and researches on innovation, productivity and digitalization at the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. He holds a Post-Ph.D. in Simulation and Decision Making from the Sauder School of Business (Canada) and a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais, Brazil and Executive Training Program at Singularity University. Professor Tadeu works for the professional master programs, Executive MBA, YBA, corporate partnerships and custom programs at FDC. He has already taught in companies such as Saint Gobain, Globo, Petrobras, Itaú Unibanco, Allianz, BB Mapfre, Embraco, Sicredi, Samarco, Medabil, Duratex, Unialgar, Angloamerican, Ambev, among others. Professor Tadeu was a professor at the professional master program at Centro Universitário UNA, planned and coordinated the CBA program at IBMEC, and was a faculty member at PUC-MG, FGV-BI Minas and Fundação João Pinheiro. He is a fellow researcher and a visiting professor at Sauder School of Business (Canada) and a member of the Air Transport Research Society (ARTS) and the Joseph Schumpeter Society. He is the author of many books on innovation and operation management, such as: Estratégia, Operações e Inovação (Cengage Learning), Evolution of Innovation Management (Palgrave), Gestão de Estoques (Cengage Learning), Logística Aeroportuária (Cengage Learning), Logística Reversa (Cengage Learning), Logística Empresarial (Cengage Learning) and Ensaios Aplicados à Logística (Cengage Learning). He has also published numerous articles on journals such as WSEAS, IEEE, Cladea and newspapers in Brazil. He has received important awards lately such as the Best Book at Bienal São Paulo and Outstanding Professional from the Regional Committee of Administration from Minas Gerais.