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SWOT Analysis Training for the Community
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>> A ______________ is a useful strategic planning tool. It shows an overall view of the factors influencing a project. The outcome of the ______________ serves as a basis to provide recommendations and action plans for the successful execution and completion of a project.
>> A ______________ is a straightforward and cost-effective way to "brainstorm" and plan for your project. When you fully understand your project's strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats, you're able to plan a strategy for success that addresses these four factors.
>> Conducting a ______________ can help you produce new ideas to help you take advantage of what you and your team do best and potential opportunities that might arise. A ______________ also helps increase your awareness of weaknesses and potential threats to your project so that you can defend against them.
Goal of Swot Analysis
Maximize the strengths and opportunities, and at the same time, minimize the impact of the weaknesses and threatsin a project.
_______________ ARE POSITIVE INTERNAL FACTORS THAT WILL LARGELY CONTRIBUTE TO THE SUCCESS OF THE PROJECTS.
________________ are negative internal factors that will make a project difficult to succeed.
_____________________ are positive external factors that serves as catalysts to further enhance and/or support the success of the project. It is also out of our control but can be identified, taken advantage of, or created to make a positive impact in the success of the project.
_________________ are negative external factors that serves as obstacles in the success of the project. It is also identified so that the impact can be minimized or better yet, eliminated.
Benefits of SWOT ANALYSIS
To an individual, To an organization/corporation, To a project proposal
1st step in conducting a SWOT ANALYSIS
Prepare 4 separate sheets of paper and label each paper as Strengths / Weaknesses / Opportunities / Threats.
2nd step in conducting a SWOT ANALYSIS
Assign a SWOT Facilitator (will lead the group to a free-flowing discussion).
3rd step in conducting a SWOT ANALYSIS
Set and state your goal in conducting a SWOT Analysis (What is the purpose of your SWOT?)
4th step in conducting a SWOT ANALYSIS
Maembers of the group participates and contributes in identifying the S-W-O-T accordingly.
5th step in conducting a SWOT ANALYSIS
After identifying the S-W-O-T, members of the group are encouraged to rank the items listed in the order of importance. This will help the group come-up with better action plans.
STRENGTHS - OPPORTUNITIES (S-O)
This is leverage - using your strengths to take advantage of the opportunities.
STRENGTHS - THREATS (S-T)
This is about vulnerabilities - using your strengths to minimize or eliminate the threats
WEAKNESSES - OPPORTUNITIES (W-O)
This is about Constraints - using the opportunities to improve your weaknesses.
WEAKNESSES - THREATS (W-T)
This is about dealing with problems - creating strategies to minimize or eliminate threats which reduces your weaknesses.
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