Myron currently consults on scaled agile transformations and product development projects. He works at BCforward full-time consulting and at the University of Cumberlands part-time as an adjunct instructor. Myron specializes in the support of organizational and project human resource development. Myron has deep expertise in project management methods and optimizing product delivery environments using I/O Psychology theories. His business domain experience includes communication engineering, business analytics, information management, collaborative problem-solving, and workgroup development. Myron currently consults on scaled agile transformations and product development projects. See the sections below for a categorized list of Myron's expertise, experience, education certifications, and interests.

Applied I/O Psychology
Project Management
Workgroup Development
Telecommunications Engineering
Quantitative Research Methods 

25+ Years of Telecommunication Engineering
15+ Years of Project Management
8+ Years of Academic & Professional Instruction 
5+ Years of Consulting & Strategic Leadership

Northcentral University – DBA - I/O Psychology
University of Arkansas Grantham - MS Business - MIS Project Management 
Florida Technical College - BS Business - Project Management
Florida Technical College - AS Electronics - Computer Technology

Project Management Professional (PMP)
Professional Scrum Master (PSM1)
Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE)
Amateur Radio Technician (KO4BWP) 

I/O Psychology
Organizational Development
Project Management
Small Business Start-Up
Wireless Communications
Christian Outreach
Music Production 
Software Development

DBA I/O Psychology, Northcentral University, 2021
MS Business - MIS Project Management, University of Arkansas Grantham, 2017 
BS Business - Project Management, Florida Technical College, 2015
AS Electronics - Computer TechnologyFlorida Technical College, 2003

Applied I/O Psychology, Project Management, Workgroup Development, Telecommunications Engineering, Quantitative Research Methods 

  • McGhee, M. (2021). Digitally Mediated Collaborative Problem-Solving Instantiation: A Practical Agent-Based Modeling Paradigm Analysis (Doctoral dissertation, Northcentral University).