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Encyclopedia > Strategic

A strategy is a long term plan of action designed to achieve a particular goal. Strategy applies to many disparate fields, such as:

Applications

  • "The best strategy is the indirect approach, not head-on attack." -- Kendall & Kendall, Personal Strategy

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Strategic bombing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (2682 words)
Strategic bombing is a military strategem used in a total war style campaign that attempts to destroy the economic ability of a nation-state to wage war.
Strategic bombing in Europe never reached the decisive completeness that the American bombing campaign in Japan achieved, helped in part by the fragility of Japanese housing which was particularly vulnerable to the use of incendiary bombs.
Strategic bombing took on a more personal role, as strikes against individual leaders were considered, and approved, in the case of Saddam Hussein, or disapproved, in the case of Slobodan Milošević.
Strategic planning - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1654 words)
Insofar as we label a piece of planning "strategic" we expect it to operate on the grand scale and to take in "the big picture" (in contradistinction to "tactical" planning, which by definition has to focus more on the tactics of individual detailed activities).
Strategic planning takes place primarily in military situations (see military strategy), in business activities and in government.
Within government, strategic planning provides guidance for organizational management similar to that for business, but also provides guidance for the evolution or modification of public policy and laws.
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