strategic concentration


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strategic concentration

[strə′tē·jik ‚kän·sən′trā·shən]
(ordnance)
The assembly of designated forces in areas from which it is intended that operations of the assembled forces shall begin so that they are best disposed to initiate the plan of campaign.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Jeremy Scott articulated his belief on Trade Miles International's expansion prospects globally and the firm's strategic concentration on operational implementation, which will steer financial accomplishment over the 5 - 10 year period.
The Report also underlines the relevance of the profound reforms currently being negotiated between the European Parliament and EU governments for cohesion policy from 2014-2020, including a more strategic concentration of resources on key priorities and more focus on results and evaluation.
As the market for cloud services grows, more and more data will flow across the infrastructures of a handful of providers, making it a strategic concentration point in cyberspace.
In creating these linkages, he argues, there are five key organizational characteristics of NGOs (ranging from decision-making style to strategic concentration), two participatory and five mainstream strategies (ranging from grassroots networking to property acquisition), and four indicators of effectiveness (also variously referred to as 'criteria').
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Catalyst strategic concentration on reaching new industries and new geographies over the last two years pointed to a need for both a Western Region office and a focus on the high tech industry.

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