Monty Doyle joined Intersol in 1994 as a management facilitation consultant after some 23 years of increasingly senior management responsibilities in the federal government and its funded agencies. He provides management consulting, professional and strategic development support to clients at the most senior levels of government departments and agencies, national industry associations and the private sector.
For government clients, his assignments most often involve multi-stakeholder consultations on high visibility issues. For associations, his clients include trade, professional and commodity associations and assignments are often focused on strategic planning initiatives. Comprehensive reports are a frequent part of these assignments.
Mr. Doyle’s government work experience involved 18 years as a Director General and Departmental Secretary in a line department followed by 5 years as a Director General at the Social Sciences and Humanities research Council. The years at SSHRC were very challenging as he worked with CIHR (then MRC) and NSERC to re-balance the tensions between academic freedom and strategic orientation -- between independent scholarship and new collaboration models including centers of excellence and partnerships.
He holds a Graduate Diploma in Management Science from the University of Ottawa, a Certificate in Modern Languages from Laval University, and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Ottawa. As well, he has completed Spanish Language Studies at the International Relations and Linguistics Institute in San Jose, Costa Rica.