Jeff Shiver, Managing Principal People and Processes, Inc commented: “Brian has a strong ability to develop strategic visions and drive continuous improvement, meaning that he is well suited to bring further enhancements to the People and Processes, Inc team. This appointment aligns with the company’s drive to deliver more value to our clients. I look forward to working with Brian in his new role and welcome him to the team.”

Prior to joining People and Processes, Inc., Brian has 27 years experience in the Maintenance and Reliability Industry in Engineering, Maintenance Manager, Project Manager and Consulting positions in the Chemical and other various manufacturing industries.  He has a BS degree from Auburn University and has continued education through multiple certifications including Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional (CMRP), Certified Plant Maintenance Manager (CPMM), American Society of Quality Six Sigma Green Belt, SAP Plant Maintenance and Certified TPM Instructor through Japan Institute of Plant Maintenance.  Currently, Brian is involved with several associations including the Society of Maintenance and Reliability Professionals (SMRP) and Association of Maintenance Professionals (AMP).

“I have watched People and Processes, Inc. with considerable awe and respect for several years in my prior positions,” said Brian. “I chose to join People and Processes, Inc. because they are well regarded among clients and industry leaders.  It’s an honor and a great responsibility, and I look forward to the challenge.  My immediate priority is to realize the People and Processes, Inc. strategic vision of accelerating our education and service offerings, further strengthening our professional team, and fostering an even stronger culture of success for our clients - current and future.”

About People and Processes, Inc.
The People and Processes Inc, Team measures our success on your results, we believe in partnerships with our clients. We work with your people at all levels to get the job done right. It’s about your success.

Our people have worked with clients all over the world, through many successful programs and seminars, in virtually every industry. Our depth comes from not just delivering education and other consulting services, but from actual work experience in facilities just like yours.

Our work generally starts with education. Our seminars provide interfaces to top corporate and site management where we develop partnerships for enhancing maintenance and operations work processes and skills development. The fact that we are dedicated to improving both maintenance and operations separates our firm from many of our peers. Often our work requires fundamental changes in the corporate culture. Our work is most successful when we work closely with clients who are dissatisfied with the status quo.

To learn more about People and Processes education and service offerings, please visit or send an email to


Tammi Pickett, Marketing and Business Development
Phone: 843-814-3795

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