top of page



  • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Business Administration

  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)

  • Bachelor of Business Administration (BA)

  • AA Human Resource Management

  • AA Criminal Justice Administration

  • AA Instructor of Technology and Military Science

  • Professional Manager Certificate

  • Business Analytics Certificate

  • US Air Force Instructor Level I & II Anti-Terrorism Level

  • Installation Security Program Manager (ISPM)

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn
  • Instagram



  • LaJuan Perronoski Fuller, Ph.D., retired after 20 ½ years of honorable service in the United States Air Force (USAF). Dr. Fuller completed five tours between OIF and OEF as Security Forces. He provided education, training, security operations, and leadership throughout the United States, United Kingdom, Iraq, Afghanistan, United Arab Emirates (UAE), and the Republic of Korea (ROK). After retirement, Dr. Fuller worked on classified government contracts, developing human resource management (HRM) and personnel readiness software. He received his Ph.D. in Business Administration with a concentration in Management and Organization. Dr. Fuller's dissertation is Trust: A Pathway to Overcome Tacit Knowledge Transfer Barriers. He actively publishes peer-reviewed research with solutions to industries' most current leadership, profitability, and sustainability problems. Dr. Fuller continues to advance data-driven decision-making in coaching and consulting executives by achieving certificates from Cornell University and Havard Business School in Business Analytics.

Please provide a summary of your work history, qualifications, and background:

  • Dr. Fuller accepted the role of Assistant Adjunct Professor in the College of Doctoral Studies at Grand Canyon University. There he teaches Economics for Business Decisions (DBA-815), Predictive Modeling (DBA-833), Psychology of Coaching and Consulting (PSY-834), and The Sustainable Future (DBA-835). Additionally, was a dissertation chair at California Intercontinental University's business program. He developed a nonprofit university’s first MBA Data-Driven Decision-Making program and was subcontracted to calculate voting predictions for local political campaigns.

  • Dr. Fuller is the College of Business Program Chair for Graduate Studies (MBA and DBA) at Westcliff University. He is responsible for creating syllabi, faculty training, managing dissertation chairs, and validating research concepts and methodologies. Additionally, he conducts quantitative research and workshops with Courageous Leadership, LLC, the City of Corpus Christi, TX, the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trails, the USAF Honor Guard, and the Chief Master Sergeant PES. Dr. Fuller is committed to advancing strategy through applied data research and published numerous peer-review quantitative articles in the Open Journal of Business and Management, Open Journal of Leadership, International Business Research, International Journal of Social Science Studies, and the Modern Economy.

Why would a prospective client want you to be their keynote speaker or to support their speaking event? What are some compelling aspects of your background/career/experience that we should know about?

  • Dr. Fuller bridges the gap between industry theory and practice by publishing findings in peer-reviewed journals: the Journal of Human Resources and Sustainability Studies, the Open Journal of Business and Management, the Open Journal of Leadership, International Business Research, the International Journal of Social Science Studies, and Modern Economics. Dr. Fuller is committed to advancing business administration applied quantitative and quantitive research to bring a distinctive perspective to leadership, professional development, assessments, and organizational strategies, including building organizational citizenship behavior and work engagement.

What are your primary topics/areas of expertise?

  • Conflict Resolution

  • Data-Driven Decision Making

  • Organizational Citizenship Engagement

  • Employee Work Engagement

  • Leadership Strategies and Development

  • Organizational Structure and Design

  • Quantitative and Qualitative Research

  • Organizational Survey Development and Testing

  • Leadership Styles and Effective Communication Strategies


What are some positions you have held in your career that you would like prospective clients to know about?

  • College of Business Graduate Studies Program Chair (MBA & DBA Program).

  • College of Doctoral Studies, Assistant Adjunct Professor in Economics for Business Decisions (DBA-815), Predictive Modeling (DBA-833), Psychology of Coaching and Consulting (PSY-834), and The Sustainable Future (DBA-835).

  • Dissertation Chair in Business Administration and teaches doctoral courses in Management (MGT 657), Global Business Management (MGT-518), Strategic Management and Competitive Globalization (MGT-545), Business Statistics (BUS499), and Strategic Marketing (MKT501).

  • Business Analyst and Executive Coach/Consultant.

  • Director of Employee Developemnt and Course Director.

  • US Air Force First Sergeant Academy Instructor.

  • Security Forces Leader.


What are some speaking events you’ve supported recently?

  • The City of Corpus Christi Strategic Executive Leadership Workshop

  • USAF Honor Guard Strategic Leadership Strategic Workshop

  • Robert Trent Jones Golf Trails Executive Leadership Strategy and Front Line Supervisor Workshop

  • Pacific Air Forces (PAC) Organizational Citizenship Behavior


Do you have any articles or publications? Have you been featured in any? If so, what were they?

  • Fuller, L.P. (2023) Empathetic Leadership and Motivating Language Influence on Organizational Citizenship Behavior in Leader-Member Exchange Relationships. International Business Research (Accepted March 3, 2023; Published May 2023).

  • Fuller, L.P. (2022) Employee Perception of Leadership Tolerance of Deviance and the Moral Disengagement from Organizational Citizenship Behavior. Journal of Human Resource and Sustainability Studies, 10, 356-379.

  • Shifa, M., Fuller, L.P. (2022) The Performance of Ethiopian Microfinance Institutions in Balancing Social Responsibility and Financial Sustainability. Modern Economy, 13(10), 1269-1291. doi: 10.4236/me.2022.1310068

  • Fuller, L.P. (2022) Normative Legitimacy Management and The Expansion of Purpose-Driven Workforces Through Organizational Identity. International Business Research, 15(6). doi:

  • Fuller, L.P. (2022) Small Business Leadership and Ethical Attributes That Influence Employee Job Satisfaction. Open Journal of Business and Management, 10, 350-368.

  • Fuller, L.P. (2022) Diversity and Inclusion Favoritism: Creating Distributive Injustices That Erode Organizational Identity. International Journal of Social Science Studies, 10(1), 78-92.

  • Fuller, L. (2021) Managing Peer-to-Peer Cooperation Using Knowledge-Based Trust and Encouraging the Willingness to Share Tacit Knowledge. Open Journal of Business and Management, 9, 1246-1262.

  • Fuller, L. (2021) Foundational Leadership Theory: The Inward and Outward Approach to Examine Ethical Decision-Making. Open Journal of Leadership, 10, 79-94.

  • Fuller, L. (2021) Distributive Injustice: Leadership Adherence to Social Norm Pressures and the Negative Impact on Organizational Commitment. International Business Research, 14(9), 21-37.

  • Fuller, L.P. (2021) Foundational Leadership Theory: A New Ethical Approach to Reducing Knowledge-Hiding Practices Among Employees. International Journal of the Social Science Studies, 9(5), 67-76.

  • Fuller, L.P. (2021) Foundational Leadership Theory: An Ethical Leadership Approach to Developing Positive Employee Work Engagement. Open Journal of Business and Management, 9, 2136-2151.

bottom of page