Ray Fells

at University of Western Australia Business School


  • University of Western Australia Business School




University of Western Australia Business School

Prior to becoming an academic Ray gained experience in employment and industrial relations matters in the U.K. which gave rise to his interest in dispute resolution through negotiation and mediation. His research and teaching have been aimed at finding ways to negotiate more effectively in the business environment. He has undertaken management roles within the Business School including oversight of the MBA programs in Perth, Singapore, Manila and Jakarta, and as Associate Dean, International Relations. Although now retired, he is still engaged in teaching and research activities within the Business School.

Teaching overview

Actively engaged in teachng negotiation to business students in the MBA degree programs at UWA, Copenhagen Business School and the Australian Graduate School of Management. He has taught as visiting professor on the MBA program at Judge Business School, Cambridge University, and also at MGSM, Sydney, Newcastle Business School, at Deakin University and in the International Program, Vienna University of Business and Economics. He previously taught in the areas of workplace relations and human resource management.

Courses Taught

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