The Art of Action by Stephen Bungay
Leadership that Closes the Gaps between Plans, Actions and Results

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Examining the gap between what managers plan, what they do, and the outcomes they achieve, Stephen Bungay uses the nineteenth-century Prussian Army—and the unpredictable environment of the battlefield—to show business leaders how they can build more effective and productive organizations. Bungay provides a fresh look at how managers can turn planning into execution, and execution into results.

About Stephen Bungay

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Stephen Bungay is a renowned military historian and author. In 2004 he was featured in the documentary television series about the Battle of Britain, Spitfire Ace. His books include Alamein", which has been praised as "a brilliant balance between lucid analysis and piquant detail." He lives in England.
Published November 4, 2010 by Nicholas Brealey Publishing. 304 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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The Art of Action brings to life many examples of how armies and even empires fell to the freedom of action practised by more agile and dynamic foes, and examines the essence of that flexibility and freedom.

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