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SWOT Analysis of EE process by Mind Map: SWOT Analysis of EE process
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SWOT Analysis of EE process

Strengths

patents strong brand names good reputation among customers cost advantages from proprietary know-how exclusive access to high grade natural resources favorable access to distribution networks  

Students are generally free to follow their passions (-but not all)

Resources

The Variety of EEs produced

Final deadline early to ensure process is not too long.

Rolling negotiated deadlines allow flexibility for individuals

Provides essential Uni preparation skills

Threats

shifts in consumer tastes away from the firm's products emergence of substitute products new regulations increased trade barriers

Need to avoid denying students the opportunity to study their passions

IBOs introduction of reflection could be 'overkill' on what is already a reflective process.

Where staff are volunteering to support more than 5, the students do not always get the support they need.

Language proficiency of students, especially NCs

Weaknesses

lack of patent protection a weak brand name poor reputation among customers high cost structure lack of access to the best natural resources lack of access to key distribution channels

5 Essays is seen as too many to supervise

Process is too long / drawn out

Providing access to suitable 'paid' databases is limited currently

MLA referencing is not used by all departments.

Lack of coordination of approach between departments

Parental interference

Unbalance load between departments and therefore staff

Not all students able to get their first or second choice

Too many different supervisors and approaches

Opportunities

an unfulfilled customer need arrival of new technologies loosening of regulations removal of international trade barriers

Can we find ways to involve more staff as supervisors

Can we support students better with common skills as a whole cohort

Feedback from the IB Curriculum review

Coordinator to centralise and coordinate between departments

Teacher librarian to help support research skills

Promote a more even spread between the groups