Mackenzie Kyle

Mackenzie Kyle

Mackenzie Kyle

Managing Partner, BC Advisory, Vice President, Client Service

Mackenzie Kyle is the Vice President for Client Service, as well as the Managing Partner for MNP’s Advisory Services Group in British Columbia. Mackenzie has more than 25 years of experience in operations and process improvement and has assisted clients with everything from strategic planning and performance management to project management. He has hands-on experience in a wide variety of industries including manufacturing, transportation and telecommunications, and he has worked internationally in the United States, Australia, New Zealand, and Asia. His services are frequently of use in situations requiring the application of more than a single specialty and his focus is on implementing large-scale change.

Mackenzie received his Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from McMaster University in 1989 after receiving a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Statistics from the University of Western Ontario. He is the author of two books — Making It Happen: A Non-technical Guide to Project Management and The Performance Principle: A Practical Guide to Understanding Motivation in the Modern Workplace. Active in his professional community, Mackenzie is also a member of MNP’s Board of Directors.


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