Charlie Garland is founder of The Innovation Habit, LLC, a coaching and consulting service based upon BJ Fogg's Tiny Habits method as well as his Behavior Design model. In addition, Charlie is a board member of the Creative Education Foundation. He is also a Senior Fellow of HITLAB (Healthcare Innovation & Technology Laboratory) @ Columbia University Medical Center, researching the dynamics of human cognition and performance.
Mr. Garland has developed an entire portfolio of innovation tools, methods, and logical models (Cognitive Buoyancy®, The Innovation Cube™, and many more), working with business leaders to improve strategies, with doctors to reduce diagnostic errors, and with NASA to increase astronauts' cognitive function to prepare for the future Mission to Mars. He is also a long-time member of SIDM (the Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine), and has collaborated with them to develop a new logic model to help improve diagnosis quality: see CubieDx.org. In late 2018, he was appointed to serve on the Advisory Board to the Rutgers University Center for Innovation Education and was also invited to become an Editorial Advisor to the International Journal of Innovation Science.
Mr. Garland earned his MBA from The Amos Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College and his BS in Engineering, with honors, from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Charlie is also, of course, a Tiny Habits® Certified Coach, as well as a graduate of BJ Fogg's Behavior Design Boot Camp. He lives and works in New York City, USA.