Hari Hara is highly experienced (~20 Years) Project Management Professional with business acumen for managing large projects, multi-cultural global team, with keen interest in project delivery/operations, PMC, interface & integration management, strategy & business development and sales for enhancing the business growth of organizations. He has worked in various roles in various organization across Singapore, France and India.
He has hands-on full project-life cycle experience with complete ownership, in delivering successful complex projects for various industrial clients, large multi-million$ projects/portfolio, green-field/ brown-field project environment in the EPC business sector, worked on multiple industrial projects across various segments viz., infrastructure, chemical, petrochemical, refinery, pharma, semiconductor, photo-voltaic (Solar) industries and environmental (water, waste-water & air pollution abatement). Having excellent track record for leadership, successful project delivery & maintaining excellent client relationships.
He attained his executive MBA degree, in general management from Rutgers Business School, The State University of New Jersey, USA and a Master of Science (CIM) degree from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He has delivered speeches at international conference in the context of Project Management excellence.
Currently, Hari Hara is the Vice President of PMI Singapore Chapter, on a volunteer role. In past, Hari Hara have served PMI Singapore in various roles as Board of Trustee, Board of Directors, Chairman of Project of the Year awards. He is passionate about development, mentoring the young and vibrant PM community in Singapore. Harihara was a recipient of SPMI's prestigious 2 x President awards (Year 2016-17 & Year 2018-19), also received Extra-mile awards (Year 2015-16, Year 2017-18) for his leadership & outstanding contribution to the PMI Singapore & PM community, as well as received special recognition awards for planning, delivering PMI Singapore Project of the Year (POY) awards successfully for 3 consecutive years (2016-17, 2017-18 and 2018-19)