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strategy

[′strad·ə·jē]
(ecology)
A group of related traits that evolved under the influence of natural selection and solve particular problems encountered by organisms.
(mathematics)
In game theory a strategy is a specified collection of moves, which cover all possible situations, for the complete play of a given game.
References in classic literature ?
And, further to tempt him, the very last chapter of Labour Tactics and Strategy remained unwritten for lack of a trifle more of essential data which he had neglected to gather.
so skillfully got up by the General of the Jesuits, he must be a mad enthusiast, unworthy of ever dipping his hands in political grand strategy work.
The man, seeing the success of his strategy, could not restrain a faint smile of satisfaction.
A learning strategy is defined as the thoughts, behaviors, beliefs, or emotions of a learner that influence their ability to acquire, understand, or later transfer knowledge and skills (Weinstein, Husman, & Dierking, 2000).
In the auto supply sector, the mantra of becoming a "global" supplier is repeated so frequently that few question it as a core element of world-class strategy.
In what can be viewed as the proverbial which-comes-first, chicken or egg scenario, businesses continue to grapple with a fundamental issue: Should a business strategy be formulated prior to conducting an enterprisewide risk assessment, or vice versa?
Marketing Strategy Should Give Direction to the Selling Effort.
Before one can consider logistics efficiency improvements and cost reductions, consider the basics of logistics strategy, and how this fits with overall business strategy and goals.
The combination of hearing one problem-solving strategy in speech and seeing another in gesture fosters more math insight than speech and gestures describing the same strategy do, the researchers propose in the February Psychological Science.
Yet, it is safe to say that most metalcasting executives would rather undergo a root canal than take on strategy formulation and execution responsibilities.
Such a strategy aims to preserve her vocational identity while satisfying the needs of her employer.