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Divide and Conquer Approach to SWOT
Chris Hoe, Director, Australia, Member
I recommend that the SWOT analysis be disaggregated into its 4 parts and distributed to different people for undivided focus on the one aspect. Each element is to be swapped around for discussion and counterpoint appraisal before being aggregated again as a completed analysis.

Why this approach of divide and conquer SWOT?
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Will 4-part Seggregation Really Work?
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