a way to lose (contrast with Strategy)
A specific method, step or action item employed to cause movement of a component part of a strategy. In general, strategy is defined as "what" must be done whereas tactics are defined as "how" to do it. (See also strategy.)
a behavior initiated by a negotiator designed to implement or operationalize a strategy.
a calculated action, determined by the absence of a proper locus
a "course of action that represents part of the detailing of strategies
a detailed action that you implement as part of your strategy
a limited action, employed to achieve a restricted objective
a limited plan of action, based on a conception of how best to utilize the available means of fighting to achieve a restricted objective as part of the wider strategy
a method for carrying out a strategy
a move to achieve an immediate end, to effect some object, to achieve a part of an answer or a task
an action, or short sequence of actions, which you use to achieve your strategical goals
an idea until such time as they do it, then it becomes an action
a small part of strategy, a 'special move' shall we call it
a strategy of a lower order
deploying, disposing, and using resources for gaining advantage or success, in order to carry out a strategy. As used in Dr. Tom Gilbert's performance matrix, tactics are the duties required and tools developed in order to implement strategies, and are measured by their cost.
a method or action for accomplishing an end.
An approach a teacher uses to help a student learn.
A detailed, specific plan or course of action by which a strategy is to be implemented.
specific details or parts of a strategy, and how it can be implemented
Test tactics are normally comments within test files which explain the approach used by the test developer to test an assertion. The overall approach for testing grouped elements of functionality should be included within the test suite design. Also known as strategy.
A method or approach employed as part of a strategy [G&K
A specific device or plan for carrying out a strategy.
A tactic is a method employed to help achieve a certain goal. Military tactics refers to the study of actions undertaken in warfare, but due to its use describing a broad range of subjects, the term is frequently used in theoretical fields like economics, trade and games and a host of other practical fields like negotiation and navigation.