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What's the difference between Diplomacy & Tactics ?

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Asked by Joseph Chacko, 17 Sep '12 01:25 am
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Diplomacy is the art of dealing with people in a sensitive and effective way.
Tactics is an action or strategy carefully planned to achieve a specific end.
Answered by LIPSIKA, 17 Sep '12 07:12 am

 
  
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Diplomacy is the art of dealing with people in a sensitive and effective way.
Tactics is an action or strategy carefully planned to achieve a specific end
Answered by APURVA GUPTA, 17 Sep '12 03:15 pm

 
  
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Diplomacy-to escape from issue...
tactics-to solve issue with yr knowledge and wisdom...
Answered by vijay, 17 Sep '12 03:56 pm

 
  
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Diplomacy is keeping more than one option open by saying one thing but tactics is giving a move whose final outcome may not be always known to other when put to use

Diplomacy is more covert but tactics is much more open.

In diplomacy , one never speaks in the language of finality but in tactics, there is nothing as such.
Answered by soumyen sarkar, 17 Sep '12 02:04 pm

 
  
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Aap chalbaji kare to.... diplomacy
ham kare to .... tactics
matlab

main karu to saala character dheela hai
Answered by robinson, 17 Sep '12 09:42 am

 
  
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Diplomacy is the art of dealing with people in a sensitive and effective way.
Tactics is an action or strategy carefully planned to achieve a specific end.
Dimplomacy is associated with emotions whereas tactics are associated with cunningness of thoughts
Answered by Quest, 17 Sep '12 08:58 am

 
  
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Dimplomacy is associated with emotions whereas tactics are associated with cunningness of thoughts
Answered by riya sharma, 17 Sep '12 07:15 am

 
  
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Diplomacy is something like trying to win even by making the other side weaker thru fair or unfair means....whereas tactics are something like trying to win thru preparation , manufacturing certain tactics, keeping ur strength throughout in ur mind , thru which you think that can beat the other side...
Answered by bijoy agarwala, 17 Sep '12 01:42 am

 
  
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The word strategy derives form the Greek word strategos which translates to the art of the general. This is often confused with tactics, from the Greek taktike. Taktike translates as organizing the army. In modern usage, strategy and tactics might refer not only to warfare, but to a variety of business practices.

Essentially, strategy is the thinking aspect of planning a change, organizing something, or planning a war. Strategy lays out the goals that need to be accomplished and the ideas for achieving those goals. Strategy can be complex multi-layered plans for accomplishing objectives and may give consideration to tactics.

Tactics are the meat and bread of the strategy. They are the doing aspect that follows the planning. Tactics refer specifically to action. In the strategy phase of a plan, the thinkers decide how to achieve their goals. In other words they think about how people will act, i.e., tactics. They decide on what tactics will be employed to fulfill the strategy.

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Answered by anil garg, 17 Sep '12 01:29 am

 
  
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