When developing a strategy, be careful not to get caught up in any single tactic.
A strategy typically involves a number of strategic principles and focus areas. Tactics are the concrete steps you’re going to take to get there.
The Strategy is “we’re going to take that hill because it will be a great place to live”
The tactics are “we’re going to get 4 tanks, fuel them up, fill them with troops and go up the eastern side”
Also, as a leader, it’s your job to keep track of the big picture strategy while your team will get bogged down in the details. Very often they will confuse their focus area or passion project as the Strategy. It is not. You need to get all the moving parts right for any particular tactic to ultimately matter in the long term.