We don't need strategy most of the time
But when we do, we do
The term “strategy” is overused.
It can be everywhere, it seems, right up to and including the garbage truck that passed me on the road the other day (boldly proclaiming itself a part of “Strategic Waste Management”). Some will draw the conclusion that it is always necessary. That it “never sleeps” (which was the unfortunate tagline for a now-defunct military strategy publication). That strategy is always a factor and so must always dominate our thoughts.