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Tim Carroll, PhD



Phone: 209.946.7710


PhD, Management, Duke University

MA, Latin American Studies, University of New Mexico

MBA, International Business, University of New Mexico

BA, Philosophy, University of San Diego

Tim Carroll joined the University of the Pacific as Dean of the Eberhardt School of Business in July 2018.

Prior to Pacific Dean Carroll was on the faculties of the University of South Carolina and Georgia Tech. At the University of South Carolina Dr. Carroll served as Associate Dean for Executive Development and President of Corporate Solutions, LLC. In these roles, he fostered corporate partnerships that addressed company's talent needs and promoted student experiential learning projects. He also served as director of the nationally ranked Professional MBA program at South Carolina, using blended learning to deliver synchronous and asynchronous classes across seven sites in two states.  

Dean Carroll is a founding board member of the Organizational Design Community, an international group of scholars, executives, and organizations dedicated to advancing the theory and practice of organization design. He serves on the Catholic Diocese of Charleston Finance Council, leading efforts to improve school operations and finances in K-12 education across the 35 Catholic schools in the state of South Carolina. He is also an adviser to Code Zero, a Salesforce integration and consulting company.  

Dr. Carroll's expertise focuses on competitive strategy formulation and strategy implementation. He has consulted and delivered Executive Development to companies in the aerospace, apparel, banking, computer, construction, energy, engineering services, media, mining, petroleum, pharmaceutical, railroad, restaurant, and telecommunication industries, as well as several government agencies. He is an award-winning teacher, and has taught strategy, management, organization design, and organizational behavior at all levels - ranging from senior executives to doctoral, masters, and undergraduate students. His research has been published in a variety of academic journals and book chapters.