Paul Feiler provides expert advisory services related to the design and development of strategy and implementation of transformational change with large organizations.

Dr. Feiler offers over twenty-five years of professional experience leading strategy development and major change projects in energy, healthcare, construction, manufacturing, and higher education industries, and with government institutions. He focuses on helping leaders realize long-term, sustained growth in shareholder value through practical, systematic, and organized approaches that produce outstanding business results, create a winning culture, inspire and align followers, and build momentum to realize strategic vision.

Dr. Feiler’s engagements have involved developing and resetting strategy, strategy execution and implementation, global change projects, capability improvement, strategic risk management, and metrics and measurement systems.

Dr. Feiler has negotiated deals in diverse environments and mediated numerous complex disputes in pre-litigation and court-ordered settings, which have produced agreements in business, employer-employee, civil, and ecclesiastical cases. He also possesses an outstanding track record of developing leaders who create value and inspire followership.

From 2012 to 2013, Dr. Feiler developed, implemented, and transitioned to management a global strategic capability plan for a major oil and gas company. From 2010 to 2011, he led a major transformation of the Global Drilling and Completions division of another major company, which addressed post-Macondo (Deepwater Horizon) risk implications. From 2002 to 2010, he served at the head of a consulting firm’s National Strategy practice, where he led over thirty strategy and business improvement engagements for upper mid-market to large global corporations.

Dr. Feiler has also served as a professor in the EMBA Program at the University of Houston and as a lecturer at Rice University. He is regularly asked to be a guest speaker in educational and corporate settings.

Areas of Expertise



Harvard Business School
Leadership program

University of Houston, Clear Lake
MS, Psychology (In Progress)

Wheaton College