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exit strategy


Definition A popular term for a formalised means of extricating oneself from a difficult or disastrous situation, which may have been created by poor planning, judgement, or circumstance, either once initial objective(s) have been achieved, or as a strategy to minimise losses and lost face.

Comment The term is used in business and military, by politicians and surgeons

References http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exit_strategy

Exit Strategy After Percutaneous Renal Surgery: Drainage and Hemostasis AD Smith, et al, 2012, Blackwell Publishing Ltd

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