[solved] A company's strategy is most accurately defined as
the choices management has made in trying to execute its customer value proposition and its profit proposition.
the competitive maneuvers and business approaches that a company is using to maximize its profitability and increase the wealth of its shareholders.
management's commitment to pursue a particular set of actions in attracting and pleasing customers, competing successfully, growing the business, responding to changing market conditions, conducting operations, and achieving the targeted financial and market performance.
management's game plan for being highly profitable and having the biggest market share of any company in the industry.
the combination of competitive business approaches management is employing to increase revenues, reduce costs, and earn attractive profits.