Hari Mann

Professor of Practice and Associate Professor of Strategy at Ashridge Executive Education

Biography

Ashridge Executive Education

Hari has over a decade of experience in academia and business. His main interests are in strategy, innovation and entrepreneurship. His research looks at how businesses develop the culture, environment, and infrastructure to foster innovation and entrepreneurial activities. He holds an MSc (with distinction) and a PhD from the London School of Economics. He is also a Visiting Fellow at Cass Business School, City University.

Hari started his career at Goldman Sachs where he worked in the investment banking division. He worked with senior executive teams on a series of consulting projects around the synergy and strategy alignment of companies following a merger. He went onto the London School of Economics to undertake a variety of roles in consulting, research and teaching. Whilst at the LSE, Hari consulted on innovation and strategy issues for a wide range of FTSE 100 companies alongside working with a number of UK and international government departments.

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