Strength and weakness analysis
In case of a strength and weakness analysis we determine whether action is needed for a strategy of change. A SWOT analysis identifies the most important strengths and weaknesses of an organization or a product in a market, together with the most important opportunities and threats. Have you ever released a SWOT on your company?
SWOT stands for Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats. A SWOT analysis confronts external opportunities and threats with the internal strengths and weaknesses in the manner illustrated below.
person and every organization. It can therefore be about a large organization but also about a soft drink brand.
An example in the beverage industry
- Chances of success, something can be done and we can do that: For example: tapping older people as a new target group for Cola.
- Success is threatened: something can not happen, but we have a defense. For example: there are more and more soft drink brands, but we have strong variations of our product, such as cola with lime.
- Let go of success: there are possibilities but have no answer. For example: there is a trend to only allow subsidized healthy drinks at schools and in vending machines.
- Risk of failure: we are threatened and we can not defend. For example: Cola is out of fashion; one switches to energy drinks.
A SWOT analysis is often used to get a first rough picture of the strategic issues or critical success factors. Depending on the role that customers, suppliers and the like play in the specific organizational context, a more detailed analysis can take place per object.
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