CEO in Seattle, Washington, United States
Featured by The New York Times, Fast Company, CNN, Bloomberg TV, ABC News, et al., Michael Kim has been called "a leading authority in how organizations create sustainable behavior-change” by New York Times bestselling author, Jim Collins (author of "Built to Last" and "Good to Great"). He currently serves as CEO & Founder of Habit Design®, a leading behavior change training platform which has trained over 500 companies and 100,000 employees on the neuroscience of creating new habits, including Google, Stanford Medical School, IDEO, The World Bank, The White House, and many others. Learn more at http://habitdesign.org.
Kim also serves as CEO of Kim Advisory Capital, a leading international disruptive innovation consulting firm. Built on proven innovation design methods & techniques from Harvard Business School Professor Clayton Christensen (author of The Innovator's Dilemma), IDEO, Stanford D.School, McKinsey & Company, and Boston Consulting Group, the firm has helped to design and launch digital ventures for Apple, Google, Facebook, Samsung, Nike, Microsoft, XBox, MIT Media Lab, GE, WebMD, The White House, et al. Learn more at http://kimadvisorycapital.com.
As a former Microsoft executive, Kim led the company's Innovation Management strategy and helped launch over a dozen new ventures reaching over $200 Million in revenue and 500 Million users, including XBox LIVE, .NET Cloud Services (now "Azure"), Mobile Services, et al. Kim has earned degrees from Yale and Harvard Universities focusing on Symbolic Systems & Innovation Management.