The science of military command, or the science of projecting campaigns and directing great military movements; generalship.
A considered forward-looking plan for the implementation of a policy and the achievement of a goal. One of SMC's strategic objectives is to develop a national strategy for a sustainable museums network in Scotland and make sure it is implemented. (Though it would be rare for SMC to implement any national policy alone, as we believe in working in partnership with others and particularly in helping the sector to help itself.)
the means of achieving a goal.
A specific action to achieve an objective.
A sequencing of thinking-behaving to obtain an outcome or create an experience, the structure of subjectivity ordered in a linear model.
A sequence of mental and behavioral representations which leads to a specific outcome; e.g. decision, learning, motivation, specific skills.
The general or specific approach to investing that an individual, institution, or fund manager employs.
Approach taken that will affect the overall direction of the organization and will establish the organization's future environment.
a mathematical algorithm designed to work in the auto execution platform in such a way that it creates an auto buy and execute order and sell and execute order with a risk control stock loss and execute order based on the certain mathematical criteria
a smarter way of doing health insurance
a way of organizing resources
a way to meet a need and deals with specific people being asked for specific things
The means employed to reach the objective â€“ e.g., advocacy, education, care etc.
The means to accomplish a specific benchmark objective. It is the cluster of mutually supported, integrated programs and activities, both formal and informal, which are tailored to meet the needs of the target population and are coordinated among multiple organizations and community networks for positive results. It is directed toward decreasing risk factors, and increasing and strengthening protective factors.
a direction on how to traverse the Object Graph
a type of graph that specifies how a traversal should be created given a Class Graph
a function that takes the current game state, and generates a "score" function
a set of instructions that a player could give to a friend or program on a computer so that the friend or computer could play the game on her behalf
In game theory, a policy for playing a game.
Strategy is a solitaire card game which uses a deck of 52 playing cards. It belongs to the same family as Sir Tommy and Calculation, and this can be regarded as the more difficult cousin of Sir Tommy.
a little program that makes a selection from the available rules and defines the order and position in the tree for applying the rules
a rule giving each quorum an access probability
a set of rules that determines which of the options (cooperate, defect, or leave) a player will adopt under a specified set of circumstances
Used in TradeStation - Sets of rules or instructions in EasyLanguage that performs one or more tasks based on price data and can generate buy and sell signals.
an algorithm that solves Su Doku problems
a well-conceived means to solve a problem
A method used to problem solve for decoding of words, or for comprehension of text.
A method or system of steps used to solve problems.(See problem solving strategies)
Behavior or behaviors that increase individual fitness, and therefore are favored by natural selection.
a behavior (or series of behaviors) that is consciously chosen
a pre-programmed behavioral policy
a collection of filter settings, such as the one above
a collection of filter values
a collection of such lollipops
a decision to implement a certain general manner of playing, like going up through the middle of the board, focusing on the corners, drawing the opponent in with sacrificial offerings and so forth
a particular example of implementing that Principle
Within the Business Consulting capability group, Strategy develops and implements strategies that unlock new sources of value for our clients.
a method of programming that applies to specific group of PIC devices
A pattern or method for playing the hands.
(... procedure, method) Another word for method; i.e. a description of what you have to do.
a s et of hypotheses about c ause and effect
a set of hypotheses about cause and effect
(1) Hypotheses or educated guesses that propose the direction an organization should go to fulfil its vision and maximize the possibility of its future success. (2) Unique and sustainable ways by which organizations create value. (from Kaplan & Norton). Answers the question, "Are we doing the right things?"