YVONNE RANDLE, Ph.D. Executive Vice President Management Systems Consulting Corporation
Yvonne Randle, who joined Management Systems in 1983, has broad experience in helping organizations successfully make the transition from one stage of development to the next. Her expertise includes facilitating the strategic planning process, helping companies manage their corporate cultures, and assisting firms in developing effective organizational structures and performance management systems. In addition, she is a skilled management development trainer. Working with individuals and teams, ranging from middle managers to CEOs, Dr. Randle helps executives develop the skills necessary to excel. She has served as a consultant to firms of all sizes – from entrepreneurships to Fortune 500 companies. Her clients have included Amgen, Baskin‑Robbins, Bell‑Carter Foods, Emergent BioSolutions, LifeScan (subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson), LoanToolbox, MannKind Corporation, Melvin Simon & Associates (now Simon Properties), Mövenpick Gastronomy (Switzerland), Navistar International Transportation Corp., PacifiCare, Pardee Homes (a Weyerhaeuser company), Princess Cruises, Robbins Bros., Specialty Merchandising Corporation, Tommy Bahama, and Van’s. Yvonne has worked with a number of non-profit organizations during her tenure with Management Systems. Her non-profit clients have included Head Start, where she is a nationally recognized resource, Southern California Presbyterian Homes, the American Legion, Delta Dental of Missouri, and the National Association of Women Business Owners. Dr. Randle has been a faculty member of the Johnson & Johnson/UCLA Head Start Fellows program at UCLA since its inception in 1991. Dr. Randle is the co-author of The Inner Game of Management, Changing the Game: Managing Organizational Transformations of the First, Second, and Third Kinds, Growing Pains (4th Edition), and Leading Strategic Change. Her most recent book (co-authored) is Corporate Culture: The Ultimate Strategic Asset,” published by Stanford University Press in May 2011. She is currently working on another book dealing with the management of family business for Stanford University Press. Dr. Randle has served as a lecturer in the MBA program of the University of California, Los Angeles and is a frequent instructor in Executive Education Programs at UCLA’s Anderson School. She received her Ph.D. in management from UCLA's Anderson Graduate School of Management and a Master’s Degree in Public Health from UCLA. Dr. Randle earned her undergraduate degree from Stanford University.