Perry Paul

Perry Paul is an accomplished Business Analyst, Organizational Learning Consultant, Exercise Planner, and a former Canadian Forces Officer. He has led the development of lessons learned processes within the Canadian Forces and with other Canadian Federal Government departments. Among his major lessons learned accomplishments are the development and implementation of the lessons learned process, used by the Canadian Forces in partnership with other security agencies, for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games, and the 2010 G8/G20 conferences. Perry Paul was a key contributor to the development of the Canadian Forces Lessons Learned program. He completed major research on the subject for the completion of his Masters Dissertation, rooted in Lessons Learned processes, titled “Developing a Learning Organization: The Issues and Challenges in Governmental and Other Large Organizations” for the University of Liverpool 2007. Perry Paul is a security and defence professional with more than thirty years of experience in the defence and security management fields. He has worked with the Canadian Forces in both national and international environments on various major defence and security events, and disaster responses.


The Role of Organizational Culture in the Success of Changing Behaviour
Ian Nicholls, Perry Paul. © 2017. 14 pages.
Success in meeting the goals of an organization, whether they be business, bureaucratic, administrative, or operational, often depends on the ability of that organization to...
Utilizing Evidence-Based Lessons Learned for Enhanced Organizational Innovation and Change
Susan McIntyre, Kimiz Dalkir, Perry Paul, Irene C. Kitimbo. © 2015. 323 pages.
"Lessons Learned" is a knowledge management approach for organizational learning and improved performance and productivity. However beneficial this approach is, few organizations...