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How to do a SWOT analysis
Not just how to, but a range of tools and formats to construct and communicate your SWOT analysis.

See our comprehensive list of FREE SWOT templates and other guidelines.

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  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable SWOT Analysis http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable 80+ slides for just $29.99 The Ultimate SWOT Analysis slide deck http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable License and Usage Rights • RapidBI allows a paying customer a non-exclusive right to use the contents in your training, education and other communication needs • The slides contained in this pack can be copied, edited and saved by you for your personal and business use • You cannot sell this product or any product derived from these contents. You cannot publish more than 10 of these on the internet for free or paid for access. • All rights reserved http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable ―Management tools can help to better understand particular aspects of an organization or its environment. For the following step – the analysis of insights provided by the models – however, there is no model. Management models are effective only if their users are able to realize connections and gaps and to draw appropriate conclusions.‖ – DAGMAR RECKLIES http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable SWOT is sometimes known as a TOWS analysis or a TOWS review THEY ARE THE SAME! http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable Introduction to SWOT A SWOT analysis can be used in a diverse range of environments & situations. This slide pack contains some text to help you to explain SWOT in a range of environments as well as a range of ready to use templates upon which to construct your own SWOT analysis. This is not designed as an ―end to end‖ presentation, but of components with which you can select/ deselect depending on your application or need This pack is not meant to be a prescription but a SWOT toolkit. You use what is right for your organization and situation It is fully editable, just change the template and add your logo! Mike Morrison – for RapidBI http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable Brief History of SWOT • The origins of the SWOT analysis technique is credited by Albert Humphrey, who led a research project at Stanford University in the 1960s and 1970s using data from many top companies. • The goal was to identify why corporate planning failed. The resulting research identified a number of key areas and the tool used to explore each of the critical areas was called SOFT analysis. Humphrey and the original research team used the categories ―What is good in the present is Satisfactory, good in the future is an Opportunity; bad in the present is a Fault and bad in the future is a Threat.‖ • In 1964 Urick and Orr at a conference changed the F to a W, and it has stuck as that, soFt to sWot http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable History – misleading references • Some researchers reference the 1965 publication ―business Policy, text and cases‖ by Learned, Christensen, Andrews and Guth (from Harvard University) in which a framework is used which closely resembles SWOT, however these words are not used and certainly the framework is not described as succinctly as we know it today. In this book the terms used are: • opportunities, • risks, • environment & • problems of other industries. • In fact these authors reference a course note from K R Andrews ―a concept of corporate strategy ―for much of the strategy framework. http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable On its own? • On its own, it is said that a SWOT is meaningless. • SWOT works best when part of an overall strategy or in a given context or situation. This strategy may be as simple as: • Goal or objective • SWOT analysis • Evaluation or measures of success strategy • Action http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable Applications of SWOT • An analysis can be used for: • Workshop sessions • Brainstorm meetings • Problem solving • Planning • Product evaluation • Competitor evaluation • Personal Development Planning • Decision Making (with force field analysis) The SWOT is a great tool that can be used in association with PESTLE & PRIMO-F http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable Aim of a SWOT Analysis • Reveal your competitive advantages • Analyze your prospects for sales, profitability and product development • Prepare your company for problems • Allow for the development of contingency plans • A SWOT analysis is a process to identify where you are strong and vulnerable — where you should defend and attack. The result of the process is a ‗plan of action‘, or ‗action plan‘. • The analysis can be performed on a product, on a service, a company or even on an individual. • Done properly, SWOT will give you the BIG PICTURE of the MOST IMPORTANT FACTORS that influence SURVIVAL and PROSPERITY. As well as a PLAN to ACT ON. http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable How to do a SWOT Irrespective of whether you or your team are future planning for specific products, work, personal or any other area, the SWOT analysis process is the same. • Step 1 – Information collection – In the here and now… List all strengths that exist now. Then in turn, list all weaknesses that exist now. Be realistic but avoid modesty! • You can conduct one-on-one interviews. Or get a group together to brainstorm. A bit of both is frequently best. • You‘ll first want to prepare questions that relate to the specific company or product that you are analyzing. You‘ll find some questions and issues below to get you going. • When facilitating a SWOT – search for insight through intelligent questioning and probing http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable How to do a SWOT - cont • Step 2 – What might be… List all opportunities that exist in the future. Opportunities are potential future strengths. Then in turn, list all threats that exist in the future. Threats are potential future weaknesses. • Step 3 – Plan of action… Review your SWOT matrix with a view to creating an action plan to address each of the four areas. • In summary: • Strengths need to be maintained, built upon or leveraged. • Weaknesses need to be remedied, changed or stopped. • Opportunities need to be prioritized, captured, built on and optimized. • Threats need to be countered or minimized and managed. http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable Simple rules for a successful SWOT analysis • Be realistic about the strengths and weaknesses of your organization • The Analysis should distinguish between where your organization is today, and where it could be in the future. • Be specific. Avoid gray areas • Always analyze in relation to your competition i.e. better than or worse than your competition • Keep your SWOT short and simple – but only as short and simple as the application or situation demands – it is about ‗fitness for purpose‘ • Avoid unnecessary complexity and over analysis • There is no point listing an opportunity (O) if the same opportunity is available to competitors • It is pointless to say you have strengths (S) if your competitors have the same http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable Business Planning Process Purpose/ Mission Internal External Review SWOTSW Review Market Review OT PRIMO-F PESTLE Critical Issues Objectives http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable Internal Factors of SWot Use PRIMO-f to cover all the bases: • P - People • R - Resources • I - Innovation • M - Marketing • O - Operations • F - Finance http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable External Factors of swOT Use PESTLE to cover all the external bases: • P - POLITICAL • E - Economic • S - Social • T - Technological • L - Legal • E - Environmental http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable SWOT Analysis Framework Environmental Scan / Internal Analysis External Analysis / / Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities Threats SWOT Matrix http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable SWOT/ TOWS Matrix TOWS Strengths Weaknesses Analysis Opportunities S-O W-O Strategies Strategies Threats S-T W-T Strategies Strategies http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable TRENGTHS EAKNESSES InternalInternal factorsfactors Leverage Problems ExternalExternal factorsfactors PPORTUNITIES HREATS http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable SWOT ModelInternal Factors Strengths Weaknesses Threats Opportunities External Factors http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable SWOT ModelInternal Factors Strengths Weaknesses Threats Opportunities External Factors http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable SWOT ModelInternal Factors Strengths Weaknesses Threats Opportunities External Factors http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable SWOT ModelInternal Factors Strengths Weaknesses Threats Opportunities External Factors http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable SWOT ModelInternal Factors Strengths Weaknesses Threats Opportunities External Factors http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable A technique to enable professionals to look at everyday problems and business strategy from new and fresh perspectives WHAT IS A SWOT ANALYSIS? http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable To take advantage of available strengths & opportunities To minimise the impact of weaknesses and avoid threats AIM OF SWOT ANALYSIS http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable • A Company/ Organization • A Department or business Unit • A Business Plan • A Marketing Plan • Job Holder • Job Seeker WHO NEEDS A SWOT? http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable How to do a SWOT Collect Internal Perform SWOT Communicate & (PRIMO-F) & Analysis, generate External data Document, (PEST/ PESTLE) prioritise Action Plan In the context of the desired strategy/ goal http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable SWOT • A widely used framework for organizing and using data and information gained from situation analysis • Encompasses both internal and external environments • One of the most effective tools in the analysis of environmental data and information http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable SWOT description• A SWOT analysis generates information that is helpful in matching an organization‘s, group‘s or an individuals goals, programs, and capacities to the social environment in which they operate• It is an instrument within strategic planning, business planning or personal development planning• When combined with a dialogue, it is a participatory process http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable SWOT • Factors affecting a situation can usually be classified as: • Internal factors • Strengths (S) • Weaknesses (W) • External factors • Opportunities (O) • Threats (T) http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable SWOT: internal factors • Strengths • Positive tangible and intangible attributes, internal to an organization. They are within the organization‘s control • Weaknesses • Factors that are within an organization‘s control that detract from its ability to attain the core goal. In which areas might the organization improve? http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable SWOT: external factors• Opportunities • External attractive factors that represent the reason for an organization to exist and develop. What opportunities exist in the environment which will propel the organization? • Identify them by their ―time frames‖• Threats • External factors, beyond an organization‘s control, which could place the organization‘s mission or operation at risk. The organization may benefit by having contingency plans to address them should they occur • Classify them by their ―seriousness‖ and ―probability of occurrence‖ http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable SWOT: internal factors • Strengths • People • Resources • Innovation • Marketing/ Communications • Operations • Finance • Weaknesses • People • Resources • Innovation • Marketing/ Communications • Operations http://rapidbi.com/products/ • Finance
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable SWOT: external factors• Opportunities • Political • Economic • Social • Technical • Legal • Environmental• Threats • Political • Economic • Social • Technical • Legal • Environmental http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable For the external factors Seriousness of Seriousness of Impact Impact LOW HIGH Probability of Minimum resources if Must plan for occurrence any HIGH Probability of Forget it Maintain flexibility in occurrence plan LOW http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable Create a plan of action • What steps can you take to: • Capitalize on your strengths • Overcome or minimize your weaknesses • Take advantage of some new opportunities • Respond to the threats • Set goals and objectives, like with any other plan http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable Major benefits of SWOT analyses • Simplicity • Flexibility • Integration and synthesis • Collaboration • Lower costs • Holistic http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable Main problems of SWOT analyses • Lacks structure • Can be too shallow • Inaccurate data if all from one person/ perspective • Simplicity • Flexibility http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable For a productive SWOT analysis • Stay focused • Be specific and avoid grey areas • Keep your swot short and simple • Avoid over analysis • Collaborate with other functional areas • Examine issues from the customers‘/ stakeholders‘ perspective • Look for causes, not characteristics • Separate internal issues from external issues http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable Stay focused • It can be a mistake to complete just one generic SWOT analysis for the entire organization • When we say SWOT analysis, we mean SWOT analyses • Use the views and data from multiple sources http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable Collaborate with other functional areas• Information generated from the SWOT analysis can be shared across functional areas• SWOT analysis can generate communication between managers that ordinarily would not communicate• Creates and environment for creativity and innovation http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully EditableExamine issues fromstakeholders‘ perspectives• To do this, the analyst should ask: • What do stakeholders (and non-stakeholders) believe about us as an organization? • What do stakeholders (and non-stakeholders) think of our product quality, service quality, customer service, price, overall value, convenience, and promotional messages in comparison to our competitors? • What is the relative importance of these issues as stakeholders see them?• Taking the stakeholders‘ perspective is the cornerstone of a well done SWOT analysis http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable Look for causes not characteristics• Causes for each issue in a SWOT analysis can often be found in the organization‘s and competitors‘ resources• Major areas of resources: • People • Resources • Innovation/ Information • Marketing • Operational • Financial http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable Separate internal and external issues • Failure to understand the difference between internal and external issues is one of the major reasons for a poorly conducted SWOT analysis • Know yourself • Know your customer/stakeholder • Know your competitors – current & future • Know your environment • Know your goals http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable The elements of a SWOT analysis• Strengths and weaknesses – PRIMO-F • Scale and cost economies • Size and financial resources • Intellectual, legal, and value of reputation• Opportunities and threats - PESTLE • Trends in the competitive environment • Trends in the technological environment • Trends in the socio-cultural environment http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable SWOT-driven planning • Achieving goals and objectives depends on transforming strengths into capabilities by matching them with or building on opportunities • Assessing strengths and weaknesses needs to be beyond products, services and resources. Look at processes that meet/exceed customers‘ or stakeholders‘ needs • Weaknesses can be converted into strengths with strategic investment. Threats CAN be converted into opportunities with the right resources • Weaknesses that cannot be converted become limitations which must be minimized if obvious or meaningful to customers or stakeholders http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable The SWOT Analysis Matrix TRENGTHS EAKNESSES InternalInternal Convert factorsfactors Avoid or Minimize Match/ Align PPORTUNITIES HREATS ExternalExternal Convert factorsfactors Avoid or Minimize HELPFUL HARMFUL To achieving the objectives To achieving the objectives http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable A word of caution• SWOT analysis are often subjective• Two people rarely come up with the same final version of a SWOT• Use it as a guide and not as a prescription• The more people involved - the more representative the output http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable Use Caution • SWOT analysis can be very subjective. • Use it as a tool not the decision maker • Two or more people rarely come-up with the same final version of a SWOT situation review • Use it as guide and not a prescription or solution http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully EditableSome Simple Rules for SWOT Analysis • Be realistic about the strengths and weaknesses of your organization, group or plan • Distinguish between where you are today, and where you could be in the future • Be specific (SMART): Avoid gray areas • Always analyze in relation to your mission/ vision • Keep your SWOT short and simple. Avoid over analysis • Empower SWOT with PRIMO-F & PESTLE http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable SWOT IS ACRONYM FOR • Strengths • Weaknesses • Opportunities • Threats It is a powerful tool or framework to assist in the planning a strategic process consisting of both internal and external factors http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable STRENGTHS • Internal positive factors which are under your control and which you may capitalize on in planning http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable STRENGTHS CONTD.. • What do you do well? • What unique resources can you draw upon? • What do others see as your strengths? • What advantages does the organization have? • What you do better than any one else? http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable STRENGTHS CONTD.. • What advantage do you have that others don‘t have, like my special skills, special connections, education etc? • Patents • Strong brand names • Good reputation among customers • Cost advantage • Better technology http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable WEAKNESSES • Internal negative aspects that are under your control and that you may plan to improve • What items / areas you have to improve? • Where do you have fewer / poorer resources than others? http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable WEAKNESSES CONTD.. • What are the points others are likely to see as your weaknesses? • What are the points you should avoid? • Lack of patent/ IP protection • Weak brand name • Poor reputation among customers • High cost structure http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable OPPORTUNITIES • Positive external conditions that you do not control but of which you can plan to take advantage • An unfulfilled customer need • Arrival of new technology • Loosening of regulations • Removal of trade barriers http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable OPPORTUNITIES CONTD..• What are the good opportunities open to you?• What are the trends you could take advantage?• How can you turn strengths in to opportunities?• Changes in population/ demographic profile• Life style changes• Local events http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable THREATS • Negative external conditions that you do not control but the effect of which you may be able to reduce • What obstacles do you face? • If changing technology affecting your position. • What trends could harm you? http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable THREATS CONTD.. • What is your competitor doing? • What are the threats coming out of your weakness? • Do you have cash flow or bad debts problem? • Shift in the consumer taste away from the firm‘s product • New regulations http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable SWOT MATRIX CONTD.. • S-O strategies pursue opportunities that are a good fit to the company‘s strengths • W-O strategies overcome weaknesses to pursue opportunities http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable SWOT MATRIX CONTD.. • S-T strategies identify ways to use its strengths to reduce the vulnerability to external threats • W-T strategies establish a defensive plan to prevent the weaknesses susceptible to external threats http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable SWOT MATRIX CONTD.. • Strengths • Maintain, build and leverage • Opportunities • Prioritize and optimize • Weaknesses • Remedy or exit • Threats • Counter or innovate http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully EditableThe purpose of SWOTAnalysis • It is an easy-to-use tool for developing an overview of a company‘s strategic situation • It forms a basis for matching your company‘s strategy to its situation • As ―quick and dirty‖ or as comprehensive as you need http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully EditableSWOT is the starting point • It provides an overview of the strategic situation. • It provides the ―raw material‖ to do more extensive internal and external analysis. http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully EditableOpportunities • An OPPORTUNITY is a chance for firm growth or progress due to a favorable juncture of circumstances in the business environment. • Possible Opportunities: • Emerging customer needs • Quality Improvements • Expanding global markets • Vertical Integration http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully EditableThreats • A THREAT is a factor in your company‘s external environment that poses a danger to its well-being. • Possible Threats: • New entry by competitors • Changing demographics/shifting demand • Emergence of cheaper technologies • Regulatory requirements http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully EditableOpportunities and Threatsform a basis for EXTERNAL analysis • By examining opportunities, you can discover untapped markets, and new products or technologies, or identify potential avenues for diversification. • By examining threats, you can identify unfavorable market shifts or changes in technology, and create a defensive posture aimed at preserving your competitive position. http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable TRENGTHS EAKNESSES InternalInternal factorsfactors PPORTUNITIES HREATS ExternalExternal factorsfactors HELPFUL HARMFUL To achieving the objectives To achieving the objectives http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable TRENGTHS EAKNESSES InternalInternal factorsfactors PPORTUNITIES HREATS ExternalExternal factorsfactors Positive Negative http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable Our Strengths • Your text goes here • Your text goes here • Your text goes here • Your text goes here • Your text goes here • Your text goes here • Your text goes here • Your text goes here • Your text goes here • Your text goes here • Your text goes here • Your text goes here • Your text goes here • Your text goes here • Your text goes here http://rapidbi.com/products/
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  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable SWOT Analysis SW HELPFUL HARMFUL To achieving the objectives To achieving the objectives STRENGTHS WEAKNESSESINTERNAL • Your text goes here FACTORS • Your text goes here • Your text goes here • Your text goes here • Your text goes here • Your text goes here • Your text goes here • Your text goes hereEXTERNALFACTORS OT • Your text goes here • Your text goes here • Your text goes here • Your text goes here OPPORTUNITIES THREATS http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable Risk Guide Threat to Very serious Serious Low Impact Little Impact Risk Number Business business impact (2) (1) (5) impact (4) (3) Very Likely to Very High (25) High (20) High (15) Mod (10) Low (5) Happen (5) 11+ Needs Immediate Action Likely (4) High (2) High (16) High (12) Mod (8) Low (4) 6-10 Needs Moderately Action High (15) High (12) Mod (9) Mod (6) Low (3) Unlikely (3) 1-5 No Unlikely (2) Mod (10) Mod (8) Mod (6) Low (4) Low (2) action Very Unlikely Low (5) Low (4) Low (3) Low (2) Negligible (1) (1) http://rapidbi.com/products/
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  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable SWOT Analysis Defined • A SWOT Analysis is a strategic planning tool used to evaluate the • Strengths: an organization‘s resources or capabilities that can be used as a basis for developing competitive advantage • Weaknesses: the absence of certain strengths may be viewed as a weakness. • Opportunities: an organization‘s potential areas for profit and growth • Threats: changes to the external environment may present threats to the firm http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable Traditional SWOT • The typical practice for conducting a SWOT Analysis includes the collection and analysis of an organization‘s Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats. • The results are usually represented in a SWOT profile, such as the one depicted below: Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities S – O Strategies W – O Strategies Threats S – T Strategies W – T Strategies http://rapidbi.com/products/
  • SWOT Analysis PowerPoint Slides – Fully Editable Traditional SWOT Analysis • S – O Strategies Pursue opportunities that are a good fit to the organization‘s strengths • W – O Strategies Overcome weaknesses to pursue opportunities • S – T Strategies Identify ways an organization can use its strengths to reduce its vulnerabilities to external threats • W – T Strategies Establish a defensive plan to prevent an organization‘s weaknesses from making it highly susceptible to external threats http://rapidbi.com/products/
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