| ~ for
effective, good, successful |
an effective strategy for change |
bad, poor | clear, coherent | ~ on
the party's strategy on
viable | future | long-term,
| ~ towards a medium-term, short-term |
comprehensive strategy towards
basic, broad, general, overall
regional developmentTheir overall strategy is quite
a change in strategy
Thegood, but one or two of the details coming year may herald a changecould be improved.
in strategy for major publishers. |
comprehensive | global
| grand | adoption/development/formulation draft | dual, two-pronged
of a strategy
The money will gogovernment has employed a dual towards the development of newstrategy to achieve these two product and sales strategies.
| radical | high-risk, implementation/pursuit of a risky | defensive | prevention | strategy
pursuit of this controversial
a strategy led to their fall fromcustomer-oriented business power.
| part of a strategy
pretended that resigning was part
anti-racist, etc. | survival |
of his long-term career strategy.
defence, military | campaign, election, electoral, government, political | pedagogic, teaching | learning | business, commercial, company, corporate, financial, investment, management/managerial, marketing, product, promotional, recruitment, research, sales | economic, energy, environmental, industrial, legislative, etc.
VERB + STRATEGY
have | design, develop, devise, draw up, formulate, map out, plan, work out
A coherent strategy for getting more people back to work needs to be developed. The council is drawing up a strategy to meet the needs of the homeless.
It is certainly a strategy worth exploring.
| adopt, decide (on), employ, follow, implement, pursue, use
They're pursuing a strategy of massive retaliation.
| outline, propose, set out, unveil
The document sets out the government's new strategy.
| change, revise | focus
The company will now focus its strategy on its core business areas.
STRATEGY + VERB
be based on sth | be aimed at sth, be designed to
a strategy aimed at reducing therisk of accidents
| consist of sth, involve sth | work
Thecompany's financial strategy is notworking.
STRATEGY + NOUN
development, formulation | review | document, paper
in a/the ~
the key idea in
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