TLDR : YES
Strategy – Longer Term – Bigger picture
Tactics – Shorter Term, immediate, smaller picture
But it’s a yin-yang sort of thing.
Can you win today while considering how that impacts tomorrow?
Can you consider pig picture, long-term consequences and positioning while getting through immediate problems and challenges?
That is really called operation art in military circles. Good combat officers have to do that. Balance the urgent with the important.
Good Example – Invasion of Iraq in 2002.
That Strategic Objective was taking Baghdad in 72 hours. Why? Because that’s how long you can fight without sleep. That was the time limit before they had to take a break.
The Army showed strategic brilliance. Every time an Army unit was attacked, they called in air support to handle it and kept moving to Bagdad.
Many Marine units showed Tactical brilliance – Every time they were attacked, they destroyed the enemy. But they got bogged down and many were late to Bagdad.
So one can mess up the other. It’s a matter of priorities.
Balancing strategic priorities vs tactical urgency is always difficult. But it’s just a skill like any other.
Hope that Helps