There is no fundamental difference. The only difference is the scale of activities. Best of all is the difference between strategy and tactics seen in the time intervals in which they operate. If you're planning your day – the a tactic to the organization of the week. If you are planning the next hour or two, then it will be a tactic to the organization of the day, and the organization of the day then it will be the strategy to the company clock. It must be understood that these concepts exist in the relationship. Such tactics will be in relation to the strategy, and strategy with respect to tactics. As an example, consider the task of organizing a business, for example, let it be the business of Implementation of training services and staff training.
We must understand that in itself the idea of organizing such a business – this is a strategy in this case the strategy of enrichment through the provision of such services. All that will be in this business: finding customers, finding trainers, sales training, development of training programs – it will be a tactic, but such it is in relation to the above-stated strategy. Let's say you decided that the best way of selling your services is Internet advertising, or rather, your site through which you want to get customers. Will this tactic? Yes, definitely, this tactic against the idea of your business. However, this idea of site will be both a strategy in this case, the strategy of advertising and promoting your business.