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a method for making, doing, or accomplishing something

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the branch of military science dealing with military command and the planning and conduct of a war

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This request, a priori, should be well received since it is based on observations made by the Commission itself in a recent report on the implementation of the strategy (June 2011).
Competitive strategy is aimed at achieving long-term competitive advantage due to superior, compared to competitors, strategic position in the market (Porter 1979, 1998a, 1998b) or unique, valuable, non-mobile resources and capabilities (Prahalad and Hamel 1990; Peteraf 1993; Grant 1991, 1996; Barney 1991; Teece et al.
The strategy BMRI uses is participatory, has several integrative phases and often operates at multiple levels simultaneously.
The business world today is in a strategy crisis, and not because managers can't formulate a good strategy--most actually can.
That leaves better business performance as a key strategy, with the greatest opportunity in sales.
AFTER MORE THAN FIVE YEARS of near-complete focus on issues of governance and compliance, boards are once again turning their attention to strategy. Today's business world requires it.
The document entitled "Making Your Elephant Work for You" (read the forest industry is the size of an elephant) is a strategy that was developed after an agreement on seven basic concept[s.sup.1];
In order to determine the extent of goal setting, strategy use, and performance adjustment among online learners in the cohorts, more focused surveys, interviews, or focus groups need to be conducted with these groups.
Torto Wheaton Research, a business unit of CB Richard Ellis, is the premier provider of real estate forecasting and investment strategy services.
This might involve "tweaking" a previous strategy or choosing a new one.
Synopsis: Fifty-nine percent of Americans say the United States should change its strategy in Iraq, while 33% support keeping the current strategy but changing the tactics, and 7% support keeping both the current strategy and tactics.
Researchers in the area of learning strategies have posited that there is a close relationship between high strategy use and high achievement or success in language learning (Griffiths, 2003; Oxford, 1990).
Leading the pack in terms of 2017 YTD performance are the Global strategies with returns of 14.42 per cent for the Growth Strategy, 8.56 per cent for the Balanced and 4.79 per cent for the Prudent Strategy.