About Michael

Michael is a leader of McKinsey’s advanced-industries work and leads McKinsey Academy, dedicated to building executive and frontline capabilities for clients at scale.

Over the past 15 years, Michael’s work has spanned the range of industrial transformations, including growth- and portfolio-strategy transformation to create value, comprehensive operations programs to deliver improvements in cash conversion and product cost, and programs that sustain change by upskilling and reskilling management teams and the front line.

Michael also serves as the executive sponsor for McKinsey’s Asian/Asian-American group and is passionate about supporting, convening, and celebrating Asians in the workplace.

Michael was selected by the Partnership for New York City to serve as a David Rockefeller fellow from 2011 to 2012. He is also a corporate term member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

Published work

"Divestitures: How to invest for success," McKinsey & Company, August 2015

"Profitably parting ways: Getting more value from divestitures," McKinsey on Finance, Winter 2013

"How can the US advanced-industries sector maintain its competitiveness?," McKinsey & Company, June 2012 (PDF-522 KB)

Education

Harvard University
AB, economics