Randy Bartlett, Ph.D. has years of experience leading Business Analytics and IT professionals in a commercial environment. He’s experienced in consulting, leading teams, working with
clients to meet expectations; handling delivery problems and developing new business.
Randy Bartlett, Ph.D. is a leading authority on Business Analytics. He over 20 years of experience in delivering BA, several years of leading analytics teams
and years of training, including a Ph.D. and M.S. from Texas A&M University and B.S. Computer Science & Statistics, Iowa State University.
His first-hand experience has been acquired across varied industries, including Applied Research Associates , the Agency for Healthcare Quality and Research, AstraZeneca,
Bell South, BMS, Fannie Mae, Infosys, Inspire/Merck, JDA Software, National Highway Administration, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Shire Pharmaceuticals, The Associates/Citigroup,
UnitedHealthcare, Wells Fargo, among others.
He has developed a number of novel statistical solutions and holds two patents for predictive modeling. A Practitioner’s Guide To Business
Analytics the foremost reference on how to compete on business analytics in this era of Big Data. The workshops in Australia are his next step in
sharing has passion in Business Analytics, Data Science and Big Data.
Built Infosys’ business analytics practice from seven to 18
Led introduction of novel sales force effectiveness scoring system at AstraZeneca
Earned two patents for adherence prediction models at AstraZeneca
Built morbidity risk model for physician calculator at AstraZeneca
Reviewed and rebuilt Fannie Mae’s Loss Forecast Model during Sarbanes-Oxley restatement
Built fraud detection model for accounting while at PricewaterhouseCoopers
Reviewed and revised Bell South permutation test calculations under Telecommunication Act of 1996—first to pass regulatory board
Built Wells Fargo’s first in-house origination and collection strategies for subprime auto
At Sears, first business-incentives experiments; built re-age and renew models
At Citigroup/The Associates, first change-in-balance predictive model
“Randy Bartlett has written an important and useful book, filling at least some of the large void between books that exhort managers to think more analytically without explaining how, and overly
technical books that only quantitative analysts would appreciate. Particular strengths are the recommendations about how to organize to integrate analytical expertise into decision-making and the
guidance about how managers can assess whether they are getting good analytical advice.”