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Mauro Luiz Martens is an Assistant Professor at
Methodist University of Piracicaba (UNIMEP), in the
Production Engineering Department in Brazil. He is
a research partner at LGP—Project Management
Laboratory ( http://www.pro.poli.usp.br/lgp) and
QEP—Quality and Product Engineering research group
of CNPq at the University of São Paulo (USP), in the
Production Engineering Department of the Polytechnic
School in Brazil. He holds a BSc in Industrial
Chemistry, an MSc in Production Engineering from
the Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC),
and a PhD in Production Engineering from the
Polytechnic School of the University of São Paulo
(USP), Brazil. He was a Visiting Scholar at Bentley
University in 2014. He is a Director at Viatecno
Company, where he works in project management,
corporate sustainability, and sustainability in
project management; projects involving food safety
management systems, quality, and environment
management. He has much experience working on
food safety management systems and certifications,
as well as quality and environmental management
systems in the food industry. He can be contacted at
Marly M. Carvalho is an Associate Professor at
the University of São Paulo (USP) in the Production
Engineering Department of the Polytechnic School
in Brazil. She is the coordinator of the Project
Management Lab ( http://www.pro.poli.usp.br/lgp),
the coordinator of the Master Programs in Project
Management (USP/FCAV), the coordinator of the
research group QEP-Quality and Product Engineering
of CNPq. She holds a BSc in Production Engineering
from the University of São Paulo, and MSc and PhD
degrees in the same area from Federal University of
Santa Catarina, and the Post-Doctoral Program at the
Polytechnic of Milan. Marly has published 12 books
and a number of articles in these areas and she can
be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org