A Useful Guide to SWOT Analysis


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SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats) is a popular 4-box strategy analysis and development model.

SWOT can be applied to a wide range of circumstances, including commercial, voluntary, departmental and individual projects. When used correctly, SWOT helps you to create a worthwhile strategy. It is probably one of the most widely used strategy development tools and often an important element of business studies in further education.

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What the Useful Guide includes:

  • Carry out a SWOT analysis that is robust and relevant.
  • Use it to guide your strategic decisions.
  • Avoid the pitfalls of misusing the SWOT tool

Upon completion you will be able to:

  • The advantages and disadvantages of SWOT
  • The SWOT framework and how to interpret and apply the four quadrants
  • Explanations of SWOT terminology
  • The importance of context and why generic SWOTs don’t work
  • Where to look for supporting information to create a SWOT analysis
  • How to create strategic responses to the issues and factors
  • An introduction to the four generic types of strategic response
  • A surrounding method, or project plan, for SWOT development
  • Case studies and supporting examples
  • Alternative drawings and names

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