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Newton Garzon

Newton Garzon Moreira Cesar
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Newton Garzon

Newton Garzon Moreira Cesar
Adjunct Professor

Operations Management and Logistics; Supply Chain Management
Newton Garzon is a specialist in Business Management, emphasis in Finance from INSEAD, France, in Business Administration from Columbia University, USA, and in Economics from Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. As further education Newton Garzon specialized in Business Intelligence Models, Lean Production, Supply Chain Integrations, Finance Management, Production Management, Industrial Costs, and IBM Systems Analysis. He also attended the certification program in Member of the Administration Board at IBGC Brazilian Institute for Corporate Governance. Newton Garzon is an adjunct professor at Fundação Dom Cabral – FDC, in the areas of Corporate Governance, Corporate and Family Succession, Corporate Strategy and Organizational Behavior. He also works as a sponsor of the program Partnership for Sustainable Growth (PCS) at Fundação Dom Cabral – FDC. He was a scientific advisor for PAEX – Partners for Excellence at FDC, having coordinated the implementation of projects in medium-sized companies in Brazil and abroad. Newton Garzon deals in the areas of Corporate Governance, Corporate and Family Succession in medium and large companies, even multinationals, from several different sectors and industries such as hydroelectric power stations, retail, information technology, biotechnology, industrial, civil construction, education and mining. He has been a member of administration boards since 1996, in companies such as: Hidrelétrica do Pilar, Grupo Sabin, ATTPS, Grupo Morar, Ourimar (in Brazil) and Stola, Inverfin, Record Eletric, La Loteadora (abroad). He is also a mentor for C-suite executives, holding relevant experience in the commercial area, logistics, supply, operations and finance developed throughout 27 years, holding different positions in several companies from the Fiat Group in Brazil and abroad.

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