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    tfuller@lincoln.ac.uk
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    01522 83 5570
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    University of Lincoln
    Brayford Pool
    Lincoln
    Lincolnshire
    LN6 7TS
    United Kingdom

    Prof Ted Fuller

    Professor of Entrepreneurship and Strategic Foresight

    Lincoln International Business School Executive Office
    Lincoln International Business School

    About Ted Fuller

    Ted has held leadership posts in the School since arriving in 2008; as Head of the Business School, Faculty Director of Research and Chair of College of Social Science committees.   He has resumed his professorial role, developing research in the related areas of Foresight, Anticipation and Emergence.  These he applies to social and economic development and in particular to human agency and the relationship that individuals and organisations have with their futures. 
    As Editor-in-Chief of Futures Journal he enjoys engagement with multi-disciplinary international academic and professional networks. He has practiced entrepreneurship in the business and university sectors, starting his first business at 19. He spent nearly twenty years at the University of Durham Business School (DUBS), first in the Small Business Centre and then establishing two research centres; in Knowledge Systems, which he spun-out as a software business and on Foresight Research.  

    He is chair of the Responsible Management Research Group, supervises doctoral studies in Responsibility, Enterprise and Anticipation, is the University Champion for Principles of Responsible Management Education and supports the development of Early Career Researchers.

    Department Responsibilities

    Research Leadership
    Research Impact ‘Champion’
    Principles of Responsible Management Education

    Subject Specialism

    Futures Studies,  Foresight and Anticipation,

    Qualifications

    • MSc, FCMA, CGMA, FRSA

    Professional Affiliations

    External Activities and Consultancy

    External Examiner, University of Malta de Bono Centre

    Research in the Lincoln Repository

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