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SWOT Analysis
A SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats) analysis is a framework used to evaluate a company's competitive position and to develop strategic planning.
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Al Chen

Why you should do a SWOT analysis

A SWOT analysis is often used at the start of or as part of a strategic planning exercise. The framework is considered a powerful support for decision-making because it enables your organization to uncover opportunities for success that were previously undiscovered or to highlight threats before they become a serious problem. For example, this exercise can identify a market niche in which a business has a competitive advantage or help individuals plot career success by pinpointing a path that maximizes their strengths while alerting them to threats that can thwart achievement.

SWOT analysis template

This template consists of 4 “lists” where you can add your ideas for Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats. By simply clicking a button in the template, you can add your ideas to each list.

👉 Start by clearing the existing sample data
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Add Threat

STRENGTHS
Shishir's first idea
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Shishir Mehrotra
Strong fundamentals
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Al Chen
manufacturing capacity
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Dave Mastronardi
OPPORTUNITIES
Preeyanka's first idea
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Preeyanka Shah
Al's first idea
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Al Chen
Good offense
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Al Chen
Expand into new markets
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Al Chen
WEAKNESSES
Al's second idea
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Al Chen
Shishir's third idea
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Shishir Mehrotra
Al's third idea
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Al Chen
THREATS
Preeyanka's third idea
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Preeyanka Shah
This would be an idea
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James Macanufo
New competitor offering same service
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Al Chen