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Analyse the information given below about an election campaign strategy and
answer the following questions:

You are supposed to prepare a strategy for election campaigning which is going to start in 6 months time. This is to be done at multiple constituencies involving many agencies. There would be a huge amount of logistical support which would be required once the format has been decided. The Minister has called for a meeting to hear your action plan and you need to be prepared for it.

What would be the least effective answer?

A
Concentrate on coordinating with the different agencies and having them approve the strategy
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Concentrate on setting deadlines, targets and checkpoints in order to meet the deadlines.
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Concentrate on getting an immediate feel for the contents design and layout of the strategy.
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Concentrate on logistics: how to move people and equipment from one place to another smoothly.
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The correct option is D Concentrate on logistics: how to move people and equipment from one place to another smoothly.
Answer: (4) Concentrate on logistics: how to move people and equipment from one place to another smoothly.

Solution: Moving the equipment is the last step. Only once the entire strategy is set and the agencies agree to the strategy, then based on the deadlines the equipment shall be moved from one place to another

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