Defining strategy.

Strategic choices are nonroutine choices that are higher risk, expensive to implement, occur over the long term, generally irreversible, and tend to span the organization.rK1 Business strategies answer questions about identity and behaviors.

  1. Robert W Keidel, Seeing Organizational Patterns: A New Theory and Language of Organizational Design (Washington, D.C.: Beard Books, 2005). (See notes.)