How to Perform a SWOT Analysis



SWOT stands for strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. Understanding how to perform a SWOT analysis is critical to …

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34 thoughts on “How to Perform a SWOT Analysis”

  1. Really well explained in quick way. Helped me add some perspective to the whole SWOT analysis. Would love to see a real example of a business before and after SWOT analysis. Like, what the initial SWOT was before, and then after conducting a consultation and coming up with the reputable research – what was found post SWOT analysis. We are doing a project in college on this for marketing + management class. Would be great to see a good example of this.

  2. If you want to create a SWOT analysis. But you are still working on finishing your project. How soon after finishing it. Do you think a SWOT analysis should be done?

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