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How to Create a SWOT Analysis

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A SWOT analysis can help you discover the best direction to move, strengths you can take advantage of, and weaknesses you need to avoid or shore up. Making a SWOT analysis worthwhile takes brainstorming, discussion, arguing, prioritizing, and finally, executing an action plan. It should break new ground and create new insights into developing a […]

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Analyzing Business with SWOT Analysis

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The following lists are meant to get you started thinking about topics in each of the four quadrants. You may want to limit each quadrant to the most impactful five issues. So, although it’s easy to come up with many topics, you will want to choose the ones that are most critical to your objective. […]

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How to Create a SWOT Action Plan

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There’s not much point in creating a SWOT analysis unless it causes change. If the SWOT analysis just produces a lot of good discussion and then gets put away in a book, it’s not of much value. You need a system where the SWOT analysis will drive action. That system is the SWOT Action Plan. […]

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Where SWOT Analysis Go Wrong

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One best practice tool that’s almost always used (or should be used) before making a change in organizations, projects, or even personal life and career is a SWOT analysis. SWOT stands for Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats. When done correctly a SWOT can give you the insights you’d get from a big brother (or sister) […]

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Excel’s Four Quadrant – Matrix Model Chart : Don’t Make a Decision without It!

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The Four Quadrant or Matrix Model is one the most valuable and widely used tools for decision making. This article has short descriptions of a few famous Four Quadrant – Matrix Model charts. The related article shows you how to create the two most used types using Excel charts. You can’t be a successful consultant […]

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