Stephen Bungay, director, Ashridge Strategic Management Centre
HR Magazine, September 16, 2015
Stephen Bungay is a director of the Ashridge Strategic Management Centre, and teaches on several executive education programmes there. One of the key concepts he explores is the distinction between the strategic, tactical and executional levels in organisations, which effectively overcomes the difference between strategy development and implementation.
Before joining Ashridge, Stephen Bungay worked for The Boston Consulting Group in its London and Munich offices.
He has published two books on military history, The Most Dangerous Enemy – A History of the Battle of Britain, and Alamein. His major business book, The Art of Action: How Leaders Close the Gaps Between Plans, Actions and Results, was published in 2010.
Bungay read modern languages at Oxford, where he received an MA with first-class honours. He subsequently studied for a doctorate in philosophy at Oxford and Germany’s University of Tübingen.
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