We live in a world where finding fault in others seems to be the favorite blood sport. It has long been the basis of political campaign strategy. It is the theme of much television programming across the world. It sells newspapers. Whenever we meet anyone, our first, almost unconscious reaction may be to look for imperfections.
Finally, strategy must have continuity. It can’t be constantly reinvented.
Arafat conducts terror; his strategy is the strategy of terror.
The essence of strategy is choosing what not to do.
Unlike the interference of ordinary interest, power, or prejudice, which touches philosophy only at its outskirts and becomes at most a matter for philosophical tactics, the claim of revelation to the highest truth touches philosophy at its core and must affect its whole strategy.
Sound strategy starts with having the right goal.
As a teacher, my strategy is to encourage questioning. I’m the least authoritarian professor you’ll ever meet.
There is a feeling among the Arabs – encouraging terrorist activity is part of the broad new Arab strategy – that sooner or later, Israel will be forced to withdraw from Samaria, Judea and Gaza.
The best CEOs I know are teachers, and at the core of what they teach is strategy.