Insights. Diversity. Equity.
The BCT Difference
At BCT Partners, our greatest strength is our people. We care passionately about creating a diverse and equitable society. We combine this commitment with specialized expertise around topics such as unconscious bias and inclusive management and use insights from big data, machine learning, and precision analytics to develop solutions that lead to societal change.
The underlying principle that informs everything we do is equity – in housing, jobs, energy, social services, education, health, life sciences and more. And our specialized expertise in topics such as unconscious bias, diversity and inclusion, big data, machine learning and precision analytics is at the core of all of our services.
BCT’s Data Analytics and Business Intelligence practice combines machine learning with precision data analysis and social science expertise to optimize the performance of social programs.
BCT’s Research & Evaluation practice manages the entire lifecycle of assessment,
research and evaluation
investigations to yield insights.
BCT’s Technical Assistance & Training practice delivers a comprehensive suite of services such as organizational development, facilitation,
monitoring and compliance.
BCT’s Information Technology practice delivers a full-range of technical services to
design, develop, implement and test systems.
BCT’s Management Consulting practice offers critical business services such as strategy,
planning, business analysis, program management and project management.
“To compete in the 21st century, you must be able to leverage technology and data to foster greater insights about diverse people.”
— Dr. Randal Pinkett, CEO BCT Partners
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Redefine the Game Institute
The Redefine the Game Institute is a management level education and career advancement program designed for business professionals and community leaders. The culturally-specific course curriculum is based on the book, Black Faces in White Places, by Dr. Randal Pinkett and Dr. Jeffrey Robinson.