Strategy is the activity or project of doing research to inform interventions to achieve a particular goal. AI strategy is strategy from the perspective that AI is important, focused on interventions to make AI go better. An analytic frame is a conceptual orientation that makes salient some aspects of an issue, including cues for what needs to be understood, how to approach the issue, what your goals and responsibilities are, what roles to see yourself as having, what to pay attention to, and what to ignore.

This post discusses ten strategy frames, focusing on AI strategy. Some frames are comprehensive approaches to strategy; some are components of strategy or prompts for thinking about an aspect of strategy. This post focuses on meta-level exploration of frames, but the second and last sections have some object-level thoughts within a frame.