nonstrategic

nonstrategic

(ˌnɒnstrəˈtiːdʒɪk)
adj
not of, relating to, or characteristic of strategy
Translations
ei-strateginen
nem stratégiai
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Heading into the year, Macy's reported it continues to evaluate its real estate portfolio to identify opportunities where the redevelopment value of its real estate exceeds that of nonstrategic operating locations.
We continue to look for acquisitions of producing properties, consolidating our current positions in the Bakken and Eagle Ford trends in addition to divesting nonstrategic assets.
nonstrategic learners, long-term planning and assessment, setting expectations, and mastery learning; the importance of instruction and how to interpret and use standards, and evidence-based and supported practices for teaching; multi-tiered systems of support in math; and teaching math vocabulary, number sense, whole-number operations, rational-number concepts and computation, geometry and measurement, and algebra.
However, completely unconstrained are all other types of nonstrategic nuclear weapon systems.
Naturally, not every business process is critical, and actively managing nonstrategic information is expensive, wasteful, and a quick way to derail any information governance initiative.
A nonstrategic consumer is one who chooses debt level without conditioning on the signal; he plans to repay his debt in the absence of adverse events.
Due to the legal woes the bank is facing, it reportedly missed targets in nonstrategic business areas, so it is no surprise that Dougan is on his way out.
Roivant is focused on the late-stage clinical development and commercialisation of nonstrategic, deprioritised or under-resourced drug candidates.
With the strength of our aggregates reserves positions, our continuing profit enhancements, the divestitures of nonstrategic operations, and significant debt reduction, Vulcan remains very well positioned to grow earnings faster than sales during this period of aggregates demand recovery.
4310, Section 1037) indicates that it is the sense of Congress that "the United States should pursue negotiations with the Russian Federation aimed at the reduction of Russian deployed and nondeployed nonstrategic nuclear forces.
Today, at least five of the world's nine nuclear weapons states have, or are developing, what appears to meet the definition of a nonstrategic nuclear weapon: Russia, the United States, France, Pakistan, and China," said Hans Kristensen, director of the Nuclear Information Project, and Dr Robert S Norris, senior fellow for Nuclear Policy, in a new edition of Nuclear Notebook.
At its peak, the United States deployed more than 10,000 strategic and nonstrategic (i.