We have a [strategy] tag on the parent site... which is unfortunately mixed between strategies to use in games, and games of the strategy genre. I looked into this because I noticed a new [tactic] tag, which has less option for confusion (since the corresponding game tag would be something like [tactical]), but then brings us into the nice divide between "What is a strategy versus what is a tactic?". I never really knew the difference between a Tactical RPG and a Strategy RPG, myself, they both seemed very much the same.
We need better ways to differentiate a "strategy game" from a "game strategy". It's a bit of a conundrum, because I'm not sure how we should properly categorize different game strategies. Boss strategies are different than level strategies which are different than situational counters, but where do we draw the line between needing individual tags for each of these versus just one general strategy tag? I think we might be able to get by with having a single tag to cover questions about strategic actions in games, but that then brings us to how we can sensibly distinguish it from the genre tag without making it confusing for the end user.
To my understanding, by the way, a "strategy" tends to revolve around a complete plan for solving a situation while a "tactic" is a specific element of action suited to a need. I am possibly wrong, in which case it establishes the confusion that can result from these different tags.