Paul Snowdon

Paul is a thought leader, a lecturer, a researcher and a master practitioner who specializes in making teams and processes more efficient, effective and economical.

Paul’s professional career includes engineering roles at General Electric, consulting roles with PricewaterhouseCoopers and over the past seven years he has been working and consulting in the IT industry on a variety of topics including post merger integration, sales force enablement, marketing operations, NPI and GTM strategy and practices, Lean IT, PMO maturity and Lean Six Sigma implementation to name a few.

Paul is a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt who has led enterprise-wide initiatives in manufacturing, transactional and service industries.   He is a recognized speaker, author and instructor of Lean Six Sigma process re-engineering principles and is the LSS Program Leader at the University of Toronto, School of Continuing Studies.  Paul has trained and coached thousands of ‘belts’ and is a firm believer in the power of people to solve problems.

Paul holds undergraduate degrees in History and Chemical Engineering, and is currently pursuing an Doctorate in Business Administration, with a focus on Coaching and Leadership practices that drive performance.