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Strategy

The general or specific approach to investing that an individual, institution, or fund manager employs.

Strategy

The principles guiding investment practices. A strategy may be simple, such as buy low, sell high, or complex, like many option strategies. The basic aim of any strategy is to make money, but each takes a different (sometimes very different) approach to achieve this goal.

strategy

a unified set of plans and actions designed to secure the achievement of the basic objectives of a business or of some other organization: BUSINESS OBJECTIVES represent the goals of the organization, i.e. the economic (and social) purposes for which the business exists; strategy is the means used to attain these goals. See BUSINESS STRATEGY, MARKETING STRATEGY, FOREIGN MARKET SERVICING STRATEGY.

strategy

see BUSINESS STRATEGY, COMPETITIVE STRATEGY, FOREIGN MARKET SERVICING STRATEGY, MEDIUM-TERM FINANCIAL STRATEGY.
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Choosing the best strategy is a continuous and interactive process between the students' behavioral outcomes, personal efforts, and environment (Zimmerman & Schunk, 2001).
Like most strategic choices, a globalization strategy needs to be rooted in the practical context of your company--in other words, your overall business strategy, your customers, your markets, your products and technology, and your company culture.
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When considering a logistics strategy, being a low cost provider is only one of several possible alternative goals; the cost of distribution must be weighed against the customer service levels the company wishes to provide.
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.
Every strategy is discussed in terms of how the strategy should be implemented and this discussion is followed by a heading in which current research findings that relate to the strategy are briefly discussed.
However, these kinds of efforts are often marginal to the business, are not integrated into the overall financial strategy and fail to adequately demonstrate improved clinical outcomes.
The first thing to understand about the engagement plan is that it constitutes a piece of strategy.
The available literature suggests that this strategy is frequently used by patients with breast and cervical cancers (Gotay, 1984; Heim et al.