SWOT User Guide

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A brief guide to our SWOT analysis table

What makes an organisation or a person successful? What challenges have they had to face and how have they built on their strengths?

A SWOT analysis is a structured approach to assessing the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats involved in a project, business, organisation or even an individual.

Once a SWOT analysis is completed, it is much easier to set goals and objectives, and to identify priorities.

Strengths
The things that give an advantage over others.

Weaknesses
Issues with the business, project or staff that create a disadvantage relative to others.

Opportunities
External opportunities to improve your performance available outside of the business, project or person.

Threats
Issues externally that could cause problems to the business, project or individual.

Once a SWOT analysis is completed, subscribers can test themselves on its content.

Use our simple SWOT analysis table

See a fun example of a SWOT analysis: Wearing a Onesie!

Modified 4 times, last modified by Pete Langley - Get Revising founder on Mon 10th December, 2012 @ 20:26

Posted: 10-12-12 17:38 by Pete Langley - Get Revising founder

very useful when orgaqnising large infor into smaller/managable chunks

reccommended

Posted: 10-12-12 22:36 by Ruby