- Project Management
- Training and Development
- Workshop Facilitation
- Asset Management
- Change Management
- Organizational Development
- Process Mapping
- Team Development
- Lean Six Sigma
- Education (academic and corporate)
- Engineering and Construction (EPC)
- Industrial, commercial, and institutional (ICI)
- Manufacturing and Assembly
- Not for Profit and Volunteer Associations
- Oil & Gas Processing (upstream, midstream & downstream)
- Power Generation
- Public Housing
Pete is a Professional Engineer and Senior Consultant with 25+ years of industry experience including technical, training, and project management roles. Mr. Myers has worked with organizations, associations and project teams of all sizes and structure during his career and has broad, hands-on experience in designing and implementing major change programs at all company levels, across multiple company functions and in many different industry verticals.
Over the course of his multi-disciplinary career, Pete has gained hands-on experience with the management of different asset classes, particularly facilities, people, information, and infrastructure and has planned and executed major change programs in these areas. Topic areas where Pete has specific skills include project governance and execution; accountability; risk management; organizational change management; process mapping, system integration, resource alignment, employee empowerment, instructional design and needs analysis.
To these work areas Pete brings an innovate approach, employing leading edge techniques and thinking to deliver greater value to Clients. This broad base of experience enables Pete to act as a key advisor to Clients on a range of complex, strategic change initiatives, tailoring the approach to maximize the Client’s success.
He holds a BASc degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Windsor, and a master’s degree (MA) in Distributed Learning (think education and technology) from Royal Roads University, where he focused on revolutionizing our education systems through the recognition of informal learning (that’s how we learn more than 90% of what we know but we don’t get credit for it), implementation of peer-peer learning (the most basic and natural self-directed learning systems) and the development of skill and knowledge sharing networks, to connect people with skill and knowledge to people who need it.
Pete lives in Calgary and has two boys hitting puberty! He is a member of the Choirboys Old-timers Hockey Club and is an avid mountain biker and Past-President of the Fernie Mountain Bike Club. He is also passionate about giving back through volunteerism and is currently President and Chair of Governance for the APEGA Foundation.