Personal details

Name
Mr Graham Fellows
Position(s)
Manager, QUT Foundry
QUT Business School,
QUT Entrepreneurship
Discipline *
Business and Management
Phone
+61 7 3138 1790
Email
Location
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* Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008

Biography

Graham manages QUT foundry, the hub for entrepreneurship at QUT with spaces at Gardens Point, The Precinct and Kelvin Grove (2020), and teaches Entrepreneurship within the QUT Graduate School of Business E/MBA Programs. He started his career in community and international relations and then started his own business, trading cultural artefacts, jewellery, textiles, interior design and indigenous products. His most recent ventures are QUOD Architecture (architectural design services), Mass Diplomacy (corporate innovation) and Simul (a collaborative design platform in health, retail, workplace and multi-residential project design). Graham’s research focuses on individual differences, entrepreneurial mindset and cognitive flexibility in entrepreneurs.

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Teaching

Teaching interests

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Entrepreneurial Mindset
  • Project Management
  • Import/Export
  • International Marketing

2016 –
GSN/Z410 Entrepreneurship; AMN406 Project

2013 AMB210 Importing and Exporting
2013-15 MGB223 Entrepreneurship and Innovation; BSB123 Data Analysis
2013-18 AMB359 Strategic Marketing; AMN431 Marketing Internationally; MGB324 Managing Business Growth
2013-19 AMB336 International Marketing; MGB309 Strategic Management
2014 AMB204 Purchasing and Procurement; AMB240 Marketing Planning and Management; AMN430 International Logistics Management
2014-15 AMB200 Consumer Behaviour; AMB335 E-marketing Strategies
2015-18 2011IBA Export Management
2016-17 2005IBA Comparative Management
2017 BSB119 Global Business; 1005IBA Introduction to International Business; 7107IBA Sustainable Supply Chain Management for the Next Decade
2017-19 QUT foundry IDEAS Launched Program
2018-19 MGB226 Innovation, Knowledge and Creativity

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Publications

For publications by this staff member, visit QUT ePrints, the University's research repository.