Universal strategy is defined as the conscious action to influence an environment to achieve an objective. This objective implies growth. The procedure to develop a strategy is defined by its taxonomy.
Therefore strategy implies being aware of the actual reality understanding the implicit trends and knowing the threats and opportunities.
Strategies include naturally two elements to adapt to reality: an active element to increase the vital space while adding value and an energy conservation function to ensure the survival of the organization or individual
Thus from an operational standpoint a strategy is basically defined by the integration of a maximal strategy and a minimum strategy to adapt to the environment.
Adaptation does not imply over-adaptation. Adaptation implies influencing the environment while being influenced by it.
Based on the book “The Unicist Standard to Manage the Nature of Businesses”.
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