SWOT Analysis 
       
  Completing a SWOT Analysis every quarter may help to ensure that appropriate attention is directed toward opportunities, as they relate to internal strengths. This tool will facilitate the SWOT Analysis process through 4 steps. Please complete each question, then click on the button at the bottom of the page to complete the step. Each step must be completed to progress to the next. For convenience, the results page may be printed for archival purposes.  Your input will be retained, during your session, allowing for convenient modifications across any of the steps - after making changes, clicking on the button at the bottom of the page will refresh your results.  <br><br><b>Step 1: Strengths</b><br>After entering your company name (or your name), please answer the questions related to various types of strengths.  In some cases, you may not currently have a measurement system in place, so this exercise may help with contunued awareness.<br><br><b>Step 2: Weaknesses</b><br>Please answer the questions related to various types of weaknesses.  In some cases, you may not currently have a measurement system in place, so this exercise may help with contunued awareness.<br><br><b>Step 3: Opportunities</b><br>Please answer the questions related to various external conditions - focusing on opportunities. In this section, please only look at issues from an opportunistic perspective.<br><br><b>Step 4: Threats</b><br>Please answer the questions related to various external conditions - focusing on threats. In this section, please only look at issues from a perspective that focuses on threats.<br><br><b>Results</b><br>The results page will allow you to visually make the connection between internal strengths and external opportunities. At the same time, the relationship between internal weaknesses and external threats are also explored. To emphasize growth, a company should spend 80% of their time focusing on the Strength-Opportunity issues. This exercise will help you to identify areas of strength and weakness related to your company.  It will also help to identify opportunities and threats that may exist.  The key will be putting them all together in a way that allows you to focus on your most meaningful strengths matched to external opportunities. 

What is your company name (or name):

 

Identify Strengths:

 

1. What do you DO WELL (that you must do well) in order to survive and thrive in your business?
    How do you measure each of these skills (if not currently measuring, how will you measure these skills)?

 

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2. Describe the types of customers you match the best (the ones you can service the best):

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3. With which vendors do you have the best relationship?

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4. Which results, that you measure each month, would you consider to be your greatest strengths?

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Please complete Step 1



Please complete Steps 1 and 2



Please complete Steps 1, 2, and 3



Please complete Steps 1, 2, 3 and 4




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