John Fuehrer

Associate Professor
MBA, Baldwin Wallace University

John Fuehrer

John FuehrerAssociate Professor

MBA, Baldwin Wallace University

John Fuehrer’s teaching areas include organizational behavior, human resource management, systems management, organizational leadership and business in China. He has been teaching at Baldwin Wallace since 2000 as both an adjunct and now full-time professor.  Fuehrer teaches in the undergraduate, MBA, health care MBA and hybrid MBA programs at the School of Business. John is the co-leader of Discovering China, a faculty–led study abroad program in which he and his co-leader guide students through a 20-day tour of Hong Kong, Shanghai and Beijing, China.  Fuehrer is the coordinator for the innovation and entrepreneurship major and the faculty advisor for the MBA association.  He has been twice nominated for the Bechberger Award for Human Development and has been recognized as a “faculty member of great influence” for both student-athletes and honors students.

Fuehrer is also the president and owner of Access Cleveland. Founded in 1988, Access Cleveland is a human resource and organizational development consulting firm. His company assists over 200 businesses across the country with their hiring practices and developmental needs.   

Fuehrer earned a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Business Administration from Baldwin-Wallace College (Now Baldwin Wallace University). He is currently in the dissertation stage of his Doctorate of Business Administration in management labor relations from Cleveland State University. His research interests include recruiting and employment assessment, organizational commitment, the impact of national culture on organizational culture and business and organizational development in China. Fuehrer is presently conducting research on the impact of personality on academic success in graduate business programs.