Work on strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats.
Analyse the current situation by addressing strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats for an organization or product to reach the desired objectives. The result of this analysis is an assessment of the current situation. Based on this information a strategy to reach the objectives can be derived.
The document type swot provides the following properties:
Please note that only information about specific properties is provided here. Common document property used by all document types are documented by Document Properties.
Specify the type of the SWOT analysis to organize them.
Use the SWOT Type to define types of SWOT analyses.
Describe your SWOT analysis briefly in one to three paragraphs.
Define the objectives you require to reach. Reference to or transclude from the strategy document in case the vision is already described there.
Analyze the strengths of your organization that support reaching the objectives.
Analyze the weaknesses of your organization or product (in comparison to your competitors) that may prevent reaching the objectives.
Analyze the opportunities the environment provides to reach the objectives.
Analyze the threats outside of your organization that may prevent your from reaching the objectives.
Strengths - Opportunities
Show how your strengths can be used to seize opportunities.
Strengths - Threats
Show how your strengths can be used to remove a threat or to lessen the negative consequences of its impact.
Weaknesses - Opportunities
Show how weaknesses can generate opportunities or can be turned into strengths.
Weaknesses - Threats
Show where your weaknesses are and describe how harm could be prevented.