Strategic professor and executive with 20 years of data science / ML / statistics experience combined with 30 years of practical, business- and profit-driving consulting experience. Deep ability to translate from data to profit and results and to use data to understand and change human behavior.
Eric M. Eisenstein
Director, MS Statistics & Data Science
Director, MS Business Analytics,
Statistics, Operations, and Data Science
eisenstein at temple / edu
Temple University, Fox School of Business
Director, MS Statistics & Data Science
Director, MS Business Analytics
Designed data science curricula and courses, including machine learning, visualization, experimental design, data reduction, text analytics, and other state-of-the-art techniques.
Designed and launched 3 data science graduate programs.
Elected to oversee a committee to redesign the curriculum for the undergraduate program for the school, affecting ≈7,000 undergraduates.
Conducted cutting edge research on judgement and decision making in complex environments. Managed every stage of research: design, method selection, data collection, analysis, and presentation of results.
Cornell University, Johnson School of Management
Assistant Professor, MBA Program
Professor in the MBA program. Taught strategic marketing, developed curricula, and conducted cutting edge research.
Primary research focus: investigating the psychological processes that underlie decision making and the development of expertise. Research interests include:
Human judgment and decision-making
Decision support systems, decision aids, debiasing methods, and policy
Learning and the development of expertise
Quantitative and statistical methods associated with modeling research data
Philadelphia / Ithaca
1997 - present
Data Science / Analytics / Statistics
Consultant / Advisor
Provided strategic / data science / analytic consulting and knowledge development to 20+ clients in Tech, Financial Services, Real Estate, Telecom, Hospitality, and Publishing.
Oliver Wyman (Mercer Management Consulting)
Strategic management consultant to Fortune 500 firms. Industry expertise in financial services and telecommunications; functional expertise in management of technology and marketing research.
> Three-time consecutive recipient of Outstanding Team Award
> Supervised 1-4 consultants and teams of 8-12 client employees
Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Ph.D., Managerial Science & Applied Economics (Mktg)
Researched the psychological underpinnings of decision making and learning and the statistical techniques necessary to model complex human behaviors.
University of Pennsylvania
Jerome Fisher Management and Technology Dual Degree Program
The Wharton School, B.S. Economics
School of Engineering, B.S. Engineering, Computer Systems
TRANSLATE FROM GEEK TO PROFIT
“The current search for people with deep analytical skills is just the tip of the iceberg – more valuable are those who can make business sense of the data.”
– Information Age
Probably the best class I've taken at Temple. Dr. E is an amazing professor who challenges his students unlike any other professor I've ever had.
Strategic Analysis / Planning
Complex Project Management
Data Science / Statistics / Analytics
Design of Experiments
Machine Learning / AI
Experienced researcher with an complete understanding of the process of conducting research from design, data gathering and the organizational ability to manage a project from conception to presentation.
Reports no longer sit on bookshelves, but many are incomprehensible or unread. Translation from "geek-speak" to real business outcomes is critical. From data to profit is a mantra, and only a rare few can translate between worlds.
Superior strategy requires outstanding execution. Complex project management, persuasive skill, integrative teamwork, profit-driven analytics, and data-driven-decision making all need to come together to produce outstanding outcomes.