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Noun
/ˈstratəjē/,
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strategies, plural;
  1. A plan of action or policy designed to achieve a major or overall aim
    • - time to develop a coherent economic strategy
    • - shifts in marketing strategy
  2. The art of planning and directing overall military operations and movements in a war or battle

  3. A plan for such military operations and movements
    • - nonprovocative defense strategies

  1. scheme: an elaborate and systematic plan of action
  2. the branch of military science dealing with military command and the planning and conduct of a war
  3. (strategical) strategic: relating to or concerned with strategy; "strategic weapon"; "the islands are of strategic importance"; "strategic considerations"
  4. Strategy, a word of military origin, refers to a plan of action designed to achieve a particular goal. In military usage strategy is distinct from tactics, which are concerned with the conduct of an engagement, while strategy is concerned with how different engagements are linked. ...
  5. Originally intended to be released by Elite Records and titled Strategy, The Early Tapes (July/August 1980) is the second album released, but first to be recorded, by the British group Level 42. ...
  6. Strategy is a solitaire card game which uses a deck of 52 playing cards. It belongs to the same family as Sir Tommy and Calculation, and this can be regarded as the more difficult cousin of Sir Tommy.
  7. Chess strategy is concerned with the evaluation of chess positions and setting up goals and long-term plans for future play. ...
  8. Strategy was a Canadian game show which debuted on the CBC on April 1, 1969. It was hosted by Alex Trebek and produced by Sidney M. Cohen. The show aired its final episode October 7, 1969.
  9. In game theory, a player's strategy in a game is a complete plan of action for whatever situation might arise; this fully determines the player's behaviour. ...
  10. (a. 365 strategic) AP points along the Channels and Vessels. In TCM, an AP point is called "Xue" (cavity, foramen, hole, opening). ...
  11. (Strategic) This describes carrying out any process in a wide-ranging way, taking account of all associated effects, interests of other people and the widest possible options for solving a problem. In this document, the word ‘strategic' does not mean any particular level in the planning process.
  12. (33. Strategic) The Strategic theme enables you to sort through the clutter and find the best route. It is not a skill that can be taught. It is a distinct way of thinking, a special perspective on the world at large. ...
  13. (Strategic (planning, decision-making)) A future-oriented perspective where foundation decisions are made based on an analysis of external and internal trends and data.
  14. (Strategic) A management buzzword that's often misunderstood. Strategic, in its original military sense, refers to looking at the "big picture" and long-term goals. Reacting to a short-term problem without changing your overall goals is usually tactical, not strategic.
  15. (Strategic) Exposure to uncertainty related to long-term policy directions of the institution—the “big picture” risks.
  16. (Strategic) Matters that have widespread implications, either beyond the immediate locality or for the choice of options for dealing with other issues.
  17. (Strategic) Propaganda designed to make civilians take action favourable to the Allied Military operations (WWII)
  18. (Strategic) We get things done with words -- by listening; by speaking. Use of language to accomplish things with others.
  19. (Strategic) an umbrella view / well planned / forward thinking.
  20. (strategic) Pertaining to the elements of incident management that are characterized by continuous, long-term, high-level planning by organizations headed by elected or other senior officials. ...
  21. (Strategies) formulated from goals and objectives, a strategy is the means for transforming inputs into outputs, and ultimately outcomes, employing the best use of resources.  A strategy describes a method to achieve goals and objectives. ...
  22. (strategies) means of achieving objectives;
  23. Strategies are the actions taken by the program to ensure that the program achieves its goal.  The strategies makeup the last part of the program's undergraduate strategic plan.
  24. (Strategies (DANTES use)) Suggestions on how and when to use different sustainability tools for eco-efficiency evaluation. See methods, tools
  25. (Strategies) "in axial coding, these are the specific actions or interactions that occur as a result of the central phenomenon" (Creswell, 1998, p. 242).