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Businesses and industries analyze themselves by doing a SWOT analysis.
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    SWOT Analysis

    The acronym means:

    S    Strengths

    W   Weaknesses

    O    Opportunities

    T    Threats

    Businesses and industries analyze themselves by doing a SWOT analysis. This measures growth or stagnation and helps them to become aware of areas in need of change.

    SWOT Analysis

    Important Resources for SWOT Analyses

    Use the database Business Source Complete to get SWOT analyses. Click below for step-by-step directions.

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