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Abstract-Strategy

Definition:

An Abstract-Strategy is an Idea or state, without itself containing or being a Concrete-Strategy (*661).

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Concept Number: *660
English Master: Abstract-Strategy
Synonyms, Variations & Acronyms: none

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Objectives (*100) and its synonym Performance-Requirements (*100) are normally Abstract-Strategies unless they do not pretend to support any higher Level Objectives – which would be the Case with Core-Values and Fundamental-Values (See book Built To Last) and other Fundamental-Objectives.

A Concrete-Strategy, by contrast is a real world Function with multiple Attributes which Impact higher Level Objectives. The Abstract-Strategy is merely a single dimensional Attribute (like higher reliability) with a given Level of that Attribute, and without any Concrete-Strategy. Any useful Concrete-Strategies may now or later be appointed to serve the purpose of delivering the Result or an Abstract-Strategy.


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Concrete-Strategy (*661)
• Strategic-Objectives (*214)
• Means-Objectives (*215)
Strategy (*047)
• Performance-Requirement (*100)
• Objective (*100)


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