Mike Hallman founded The Hallman Group, a management consulting firm located in Kirkland, Washington. His practice focuses on marketing, sales, business development, and strategic planning for the information systems industry. He serves on the Board of Directors of Intuit and In Focus Corporation as well as Fujitsu's wholly owned subsidiary, Glovia International.
Mr. Hallman was President and Chief Operating Officer of Microsoft Corporation (1990-1992). Prior to that, he served as Vice President of the Boeing Company and President of Boeing Computer Services (1987-1990). As Boeing’s CIO, Mr. Hallman directed all company information systems as well as an external systems integration profit center with revenues of $400 million. Mr. Hallman worked for the IBM Corporation in various sales and marketing executive positions (1967-1987). As IBM’s Vice President of Field Operations he was responsible for one half of IBM's U.S. sales revenue.
Mr. Hallman is currently serving as interim CEO and President of the Seattle Museum of Flight where he is also a trustee. He serves on the executive advisory board of the University of Washington Business School and the Visiting Committee to the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan.
Mr. Hallman received his BBA and MBA from the University of Michigan in 1966 and 1967, respectively.