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By Stephen Bungay

Examining the distance among what managers plan, what they do, and the results they in attaining, Stephen Bungay makes use of the nineteenth-century Prussian Army—and the unpredictable atmosphere of the battlefield—to express enterprise leaders how they could construct more beneficial and efficient corporations. Bungay presents a clean examine how managers can flip making plans into execution, and execution into results.

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