David Sundahl is a founder of dx.mba and a Senior Subject Matter Expert with DARPA, and a member of the Governor of Utah’s Pandemic-response Task Force. He recently served as VP of Marketing and Strategy at Superconductive Health.
Prior to this Sundahl was a Senior Fellow at the Clayton Christensen Institute. He has authored and co-authored a number of papers and is currently writing a book about scientific theory in business strategy and operations—the culmination of work from his time as a visiting scholar at the Harvard Business School.
Before joining the Christensen Institute, Sundahl was founder and managing partner at Rule 4 Consulting, LLC where for a decade he transferred relevant practices and principles of the Toyota Production System and the Toyota Business System to many of the most prestigious and successful health care organizations in the U.S.
Sundahl is fluent in seven languages and has a BA from Brigham Young University and a PhD from Harvard University. He spends the little free time he has playing hockey. Sundahl, his wife Heather and their four kids recently moved to Utah and are (mostly) happy there.