Hari Mann, a member of Faculty at Ashridge Business School, has over two decades of experience in business. As a banker, he worked on a variety of ground breaking mergers and acquisitions involved around technology firms. This inspired to become an entrepreneur himself and he went out to found a series of technology based start-ups.
For the past 15 years Hari has been involved in a variety of roles supporting new businesses by either being on the start-up team or advising boards on their new ventures.
He has coached a number of individual and groups through the start process. His research focuses on the vibrancy and innovation, the dynamic capabilities needed by firms to start entrepreneurial ventures and on the global challenges faced by family businesses.