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Internal and External Factors in SWOT Analysis
Bernhard Keim, Business Consultant, Germany, Premium Member
Does it make sense to classify internal and external Factors? In practice, such distinctions are difficult. An arbitrary classification of external factors into opportunities and threats, and internal factors into strengths and weaknesses, is less important than a careful identification of these external and internal factors followed by an appraisal of their implications.
Distinguish just between internal and external factors. Weigh them, don't classify them.
 

 
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