Philip Cullen

Business School
Visiting Lecturer

Contact details


  • Master of Business Administration )Henley Management College)

  • Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Henley Management College)

  • Certificate of Professional Development in eLearning, Teaching & Tutoring online (CeLTT) ( University of Greenwich)

  • Certificate in Management(Henley Management College)

  • Certificate in Accounting (Henley Management College)


    Phil’s early career was in Operations Management during which time he successfully implemented a TQM programme which achieved significant business improvement and lead to membership of the British Quality Foundation and Investors in People.

    On completion of his MBA he moved into Management Trainingworking initially in the Eastern Bloc as a consultant. He was theninstrumental in implementing a £1.25 million Management DevelopmentProgramme. This lead into freelance lecturing and consultancy. 

    For the last 10 years he was worked as a Lecturer andConsultant working for a number of Business Schools where he hasdeveloped his expertise in Operations Management, Project Managementand Supply Chain in both the public and private sector.  


    • Lecturer in Project Management on the Global MBA in Singapore

    • Lecturer in Project Management on the full-time MBA

    • Lecturer in Operation Management on the MSc (International Business)

    • Lecturer in Operations Management on the full-time MBA

    • Lecturer in Programme and Event Management on the BSc in Business and Management in Singapore

    • Dissertation supervision in Operations Management and Project Management


      • Operations Management

      • Total Quality Management

      • Project Management

      • Managing Change through Projects

      • Supply Chain Management

      • Personal and Management Development

      • e-Learning

        Other activities

        • Chartered Management Institute

        • Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development

        • Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply