Some articles on strategic decisions, strategic, decisions:
... to Lady Allenby 14 December 1917 Allenby's great strategic successes from the end of October 1917 brought pressure from the British War Office to quickly finish ...
... that provided general insights and specific details for strategic decisions ... Daniel Isenberg's 1984 study of senior managers found that their decisions were highly intuitive ... He claimed in 1986 that one of the reasons for this is the complexity of strategic decisions and the resultant information uncertainty ...
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