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SWOT by Mind Map: SWOT

1. When do you use it?

1.1. To explore possibilities for new efforts or solutions to problems

1.2. Adjust and refine mid-course plans

1.3. To make decisions for an initiative

1.4. Helps to determine where change is possible

2. What are the elements?

2.1. Internal Factors

2.1.1. They include the resources and experiences in some areas

2.1.1.1. Human resources

2.1.1.2. Physical resources

2.1.1.3. Financial

2.1.1.4. Activities and processes

2.1.1.5. Past experiences

2.2. External Factors

2.2.1. Forces and facts that are not controlled

2.2.1.1. Future trends

2.2.1.2. Economy

2.2.1.3. Funding Sources

2.2.1.4. Demographics

2.2.1.5. Physical enviroment

2.2.1.6. Legislation

2.2.1.7. Local, National, International events

3. What is it?

3.1. Stands for Strength, Weakness, Opportunity, Threat. This guides people to identify these 4 elements. The SWOT method was developed for business and industry as well as community health and development.,

4. How to create it?

4.1. Who develops it?

4.1.1. Usually are team members and project managers who are responsible for decision-making and planning but individual and small gruops can develop them while taking advantage of the stakeholders

4.2. When and Where do you develop it?

4.2.1. Is often created during a planning or retreat session. When creating the analysis, people are asked to pool their knowledge and experience.

5. How to use it?

5.1. Better understanding the factors affecting the initiative to help you in gettng in a position of action

5.1.1. Identify the issues or problems to change

5.1.2. Set or reaffirm goals

5.1.3. Create an action plan