Dr. Marcus Steffen Bauer is a leading practitioner in organizational strategies for Strategy&, PwC’s strategy consulting business. He is a with PwC Germany, based in Berlin. He works with clients in the public sector; governments at federal, state, and municipal levels; and non-profit organizations, associations, and supra-national institutions in the German-speaking area, Greater Europe, and the Middle East.
His assignments predominantly encompass organizational change, large scale government modernization, and operations transformation and effectiveness programs, as well as agenda setting, policy development, implementation, and regulatory reform. He has considerable experience in the management of complex, multi-national stakeholder engagements, and related communication and awareness campaigns.
With over 15 years of experience within the public and private sector, he has experience in a wide range of public policy topics:
- Economic development and planning
- Education, innovation, and cluster strategies
- ICT, eGovernment, and digital economy
- Public health (payors and providers) and national health reform
- Social services and pension system reform
- Demographic change and aging
- Public finance, tax administration, and public equity management
- Public/private partnerships
- Foreign trade and national export strategies
- National security
- Sector regulation
Marcus Steffen Bauer has authored and co-authored books and articles on government modernization and on the private/public interface; additionally, he is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and events. Before joining Strategy&, he obtained extensive business development, strategy, and implementation experience in the financial services industry, and with a global automotive manufacturing group.
He holds a diploma degree with distinction from the Koblenz School of Corporate Management, where he majored in business administration and economics. He completed his international studies at the Ecole Supérieure de Commerce Reims in France, the MBA program of Queens University in Canada, and the Washington Campus program of Georgetown University in the U.S., with a focus on international relations and political science.