Michael Kim is the leading global authority in Habit Design - the burgeoning discipline of designing sustainable behavior change - which he and a team of clinical psychologists initiated, developed, and clinically validated through research with Harvard, Yale, Stanford, the University of Washington, Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute, and over 500 client companies.
Featured by The New York Times, The White House, TED, The World Bank, Fast Company, CNN, Harvard Business School, Bloomberg TV, MIT Technology Review, IDEO, et al., Michael has been called “a leading authority in how organizations create sustainable behavior change” by The New York Times bestselling author Jim Collins and is the recipient of the B.F. Skinner Award for Organizational Behavior Management, TEDMED “Innovators to Watch”, Seoul Digital Forum “Top 20 Global Innovators”, and an adjunct faculty appointment with Stanford Medical School.
Previously, Michael served as a senior technology executive and innovation consultant for Google, Harvard, United Healthcare, Apple, Facebook, Kaiser Permanente, Nike, WebMD, Johnson & Johnson, Microsoft, Samsung, Harvard, AT&T, et al. He has served as science policy advisor to The White House, advisor to the Chief Scientist of IBM, and advisory board member to the MIT Media Lab. Michael graduated from Yale and Harvard with Bachelors and Masters degrees focusing on Innovation Management in Science and Technology.