Michael is an analyst at Innosight. At Innosight, he has helped clients in the automotive, aerospace, and defense industries. His projects have focused on topics ranging from building R&D capabilities to executing and implementing strategy.
Prior to Innosight, Michael worked with a financial services firm to develop a product offering targeted at the millennial generation. In addition, Michael previously spent much of his free time building websites for companies including private equity firms, law practices, and startups. Michael also created a website that provides design tutorials. The site helps over 40,000 people per year.
In early 2017, Michael co-authored an article in Industry Week explaining the risks and benefits associated with building a platform for the Industrial Internet.
Michael graduated summa cum laude from Babson College with a concentration in computational finance. While at Babson, he wrote a honors thesis titled “The Exploration Tipping Point,” a topic he pursued based on his interest in understanding the factors that enable breakthroughs.
During his personal time, Mike enjoys playing board games, reading, and traveling. He lives in Charlestown.
“Why It’s Not Too Late to Build Your Own Industrial Internet Platform”