- Project plans
- Project activities
- Legislation and standards
- Industry context
Last edited 12 Jan 2021
The Green Book, Central Government Guidance On Appraisal And Evaluation, Published by HM Treasury in 2020, suggests: ‘Strategy is a plan of action designed to achieve an overall aim or objective. Derived from the art of planning and directing overall military operations and movements in a war or battle.’
Articles about strategy on Designing Buildings Wiki include:
- Access Strategy
- Communication strategy.
- Community strategy
- Conservation strategy
- Construction strategy
- Contract strategy
- Core strategy
- Cost plan strategy
- Cost strategy
- Fire safety strategy
- Government Construction Strategy
- Handover strategy
- Health and safety strategy
- Inclusive design strategy
- Industrial strategy
- Maintenance and operational strategy
- Marketing Strategy.
- Migration strategy
- Organisation strategy
- Planning strategy
- Procurement strategy
- Project strategy
- Resident engagement strategy
- Road investment strategy
- Sourcing strategy
- Sustainability strategy
- Technology strategy
- Volume strategy
NB Guide to developing the project business case, Better business cases: for better outcomes, published by HM Treasury in 2018, defines strategy as: ‘The strategic context for the project, which demonstrates how the project aligns with other projects within the strategic portfolio to deliver the mission and vision of the organisation in the longer term.’
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