How to Proceed after the SWOT Analysis to the Strategy?


 
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How to Proceed after the SWOT Analysis to the Strategy?
Galya Pencheva, Member
What should we do after the SWOT analysis. In other words, depending on the SWOT outcomes, what strategy can we use?...Register
 

 
From SWOT Analysis to Strategy
Bruno Verbergt, Professor, Belgium, Member
Dear Galya,
Apply the confrontation matrix (see the summary). It sometimes is a tedious job, confronting each of the S and W with all of t...
 

 
After the SWOT Analysis...
Eduardo de B. Seixas, Strategy Consultant, Brazil, Member
Bruno is right. Apply the confrontation matrix. Combining S&W with O&T, we can easily see four different quadrants that give the base for desig...
 

 
From SWOT Analysis to Strategies
mehdi zaribaf, management , Iran, Member
Having the information about S,W, O and T, first change each of them to 2 factors by a Factor Analysis Test, using their importance in the matr...
 

 
How to Change Strategy after Performing a SWOT Analysis?
Soni Dipak C, Investor, India, Member
First we have to identify the potential market for the product and then we have to compare ourselves with the competitors which are in the same field....
 

 
What Should You do After the SWOT Analysis
Tamara Mislan, Student (University), United States, Member
After the analysis is done you should be able to identify the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and treats. Then:
- Look externally to the op...
 

 
How to Convert a SWOT Analysis to a Strategy
Sandra, Analyst, Member
You can transform your SWOT to a Strategy easily by taking an entire process of SWOT analysis, then checking connection between features, an evaluatio...
 

 
 


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