Associate Professor of the Practice
Professor Griffith has a long history at Boston College in both full time and part time capacities, teaching Computer Science, Information Systems, and Philosophy, and, as the University Registrar and Associate Director of the Computing Center. In parallel, he was a Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies at Antioch University’s New England Graduate School in Management, Psychology, and Environmental Studies, ending his time there as an Emeritus Professor of Management. Dr. Griffith was also a Psychology Fellow at Harvard Medical School, and has taught Computer Science at Harvard University. He is a licensed Clinical Psychologist, management consultant, and executive coach.
William Griffith. “The Importance of Cognitive Development in Organizational Development and Knowledge Management”. International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, July 2005
William Griffith. “The reflecting team as an alternative case teaching model: A narrative, conversational approach”. Management Learning, Sept. 1999.