John E. Treat, George E. Thibault and Amy Asin

Strategy is indivisible. Remove one part or take away the bridges and the glue that ties the parts together and you don’t have strategy, but tactics. Tactics are the elements that relate to the execution of the strategy. Those elements are discrete and divisible and can be examined and evaluated separately.

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