Alain Paul Martin

Alain Martin and Dr. Brian Morrissey authored the first report recommending the creation of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. They also studied the policy lessons learned in the United Kingdom about Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) and the new variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease in the nineties.
Alain P. Martin is the Chief Architect of Harvard University Global System - a practical framework comprising management tools and road maps to reduce complexity in human intelligence, issue analysis, strategy, risk and project management and strategic procurement. He has been recognized by the Project Management Institute (PMI) for “his outstanding contribution to the state-of-the-art of project management”. His work on proactive thinking and project management is quoted in textbooks, defense publications dissertations and refereed journals.
His current research focus is on strategic and operational policies and on understanding the incubation cycles of new paradigms related to innovations in economics, science, law and major government policies.
Alain Martin is also an inventor. He held U.S., Canadian and Japanese patents related to his time-management instrument's innovation. He also created Harvard International Planner - a registered trademark of Harvard University.
Positions and titles
Alain P. Martin is President and Management Faculty Chair of The Professional Development Institute (PDI). He was a member of the Graduate Management Faculty of the Université du Québec where he taught strategic thinking, principle-based negotiation skills and management of change in the M.Sc. Project Management and Master Degree of Project Management (MGP) in both English and French (1997-1999, 2006-2008). He is a at Harvard University and the Past-President of both Harvard University Club of Ottawa and Harvard Business School Club, (2004-2011). He has been listed in the Canadian Who's Who since 1999.
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