Boston College is committed to shaping life-long learning leaders who can discover innovative and ethical solutions to emerging and changing business conditions. We believe that education is not a destination, but should be a lifetime journey that requires a commitment to new skills and attitudes. Our motto of “Ever to Excel” captures the spirit of this exciting adventure into learning and personal development.
At the Carroll School, we embrace this educational challenge with a passion. I know this because I experienced it firsthand as a Carroll School student. I am honored and proud to be at my alma mater and to work with our faculty and staff, helping our students embark on their own journeys. Please explore our web site— a virtual portrait of our world. Then, come and visit this thriving authentic place. I welcome your questions and comments and would like to hear from you.
Andrew C. Boynton
John and Linda Powers Family Dean
Carroll School of Management
Meet Dean Boynton
Andy Boynton is the John and Linda Powers Family Dean of the Carroll School of Management at Boston College—a University founded in the Jesuit tradition of vigorous research and excellent teaching. Prior to joining Boston College, Dean Boynton served on the faculty of the International Institute for Management Development (IMD) in Lausanne Switzerland, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Kenan-Flagler School of Business, and the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia. Dean Boynton is a 1978 graduate of Boston College and earned his MBA and PhD at the Kenan-Flagler School of Business.
Dean Boynton’s Publications Include:
The Idea Hunter: How to Find the Best Ideas and Make Them Happen (Andy Boynton and Bill Fisher with William Bole). Jossey-Bass 2011.
Virtuoso Teams: Great Teams that Changed Their Worlds (with Bill Fischer); FT Prentice Hall, 2005.
"Virtuoso Teams" (with Bill Fischer), Harvard Business Review, July 2005.
“Organization Design for Total Quality” (with Bart Victor and Theresa Stephens-Jahng). Organization Science. Volume 11, January 1, 2000.
Invented Here: Maximizing Your Organization’s Internal Growth and Profitability (with Bart Victor). Harvard Business School Press 1998.
Embracing the journey...
Ever to Excel.