Soaring Eagle Enterprises
March 5, 2012 Week 10
Competency: Vision, Values and Planning
Segmented SWOT Analysis
"If you don't know where you are going, you will
wind up somewhere else."
1. Segmented SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and
Threats) differs from regular SWOT analysis because it forces
a deeper look at an organization's key elements and reduces
cursory comments about people and facilities.
2. Document five strengths for each of the following areas:
human capital (your people), physical facility, financial
position, customer service delivery and core product.
3. Repeat for for weaknesses, opportunities and threats for
each of those business segments.
4. For each strength, identify the plan needed to capitalize
and continue those characteristics. For each weakness,
identify an action plan to correct those items.
5. For each opportunity, create a strategy to capitalize on
it. For each threat, create contingencies to overcome or a
plan to minimize any potential impact.
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