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Richard Fisher

Lecturer in Management and Organisational Behaviour
School of Business
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During his time in HE Richard has worked at several public and private universities in the UK and overseas. He has experience teaching a variety of modules in Leadership, HRM, Organisational Studies, Strategy and Business Ethics. Aside from teaching he has been heavily involved in syllabus design and curriculum development. He is committed to the pastoral element of the role and is one of our Year 2 tutors (Academic Advisor) and has worked as a departmental ERASMUS Coordinator in the past. Prior to teaching he held senior b2b business development positions in London based Financial Institutions.

Richard has experience teaching a variety of modules in Leadership, HRM, Organisational Studies, Strategy and Business Ethics. Aside from teaching he has been heavily involved in syllabus design and curriculum development. He is committed to the pastoral element of the role and is one of our Year 2 tutors (Academic Advisor) and has worked as a departmental ERASMUS Coordinator in the past. Prior to teaching he held senior b2b business development positions in London based Financial Institutions.

During his time in HE Richard has worked at several public and private universities in the UK and overseas. He has experience teaching a variety of modules in Leadership, HRM, Organisational Studies, Strategy and Business Ethics. Aside from teaching he has been heavily involved in syllabus design and curriculum development. He is committed to the pastoral element of the role and is one of our Year 2 tutors (Academic Advisor) and has worked as a departmental ERASMUS Coordinator in the past. Prior to teaching he held senior b2b business development positions in London based Financial Institutions. He possesses 12 years’ experience of teaching in Higher Education on undergraduate, postgraduate, and professional qualifications. He supervises undergraduate dissertations and students on post-graduate and professional courses.

  • Richard’s key qualifications are:
  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
  • MSc European Economics and Finance, Loughborough University, 2007
  • BA (Hons) Economics & International Relations, Lancaster University, 2006
  • Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) at UClan (ongoing)
  • Strategy-as-Practice (SAP)
  • New institutionalism
  • CSR
  • MNCs