My SWOT analysis
Nomin Amarsaikhan /Mina/
Dr. Wan-Tran, Huang
01 October, 2012
Business Administration department, Asia University
A SWOT analysis is used to identify the positives and negatives inside the organization (S-W) and outside of it, in the external environment (O-T). The name says it: Strength, Weakness, Opportunity, and Threat. Developing a full awareness of the situation may help us with both strategic planning and decision-making on our organizations
Roger’s Chocolates SWOT
II. SWOT Analysis
Employee Interest and Devotion to Company
Some of Rogers Chocolate Employees were third generation
employees and were proud and passionate about Rogers
heritage and commitment to quality. They believed in the Brand
and its image.
Leadership with Experience
Parkhill who had previously worked as the VP for Maple Leaf
Foods was in charge of six plants and 2,300 employees. Has a
Ivy League MBA and has extensive work in Sales
By understanding the weaknesses of your business, you can manage and eliminate threats that would otherwise catch you unawares.
More than this, by looking at yourself and your competitors using the SWOT framework, you can start to craft a strategy that helps you distinguish yourself from your competitors, so that you can compete successfully in your market.
Consider your strengths from both an internal perspective, and from the point of view of your customers and people in your market
1) Buying an existing storage facility that has been on this same site since 1997.
2) Facility is located on 1 of only 2 highways that go through Weatherford.
3) This business comes with a rental property next door= a 3bdrm home that is currently rented. ($700/mo.)
1) This facility has no current climate control.
2) It also has an inadequate level of security.
3) Also no covered RV/Boat storage.
1) Currently layout
SWOT Analysis is a useful technique for understanding your Strengths and Weaknesses, and for identifying both the Opportunities open to you and the Threats you face.
Used in a business context, a SWOT Analysis helps you carve a sustainable niche in your market. Used in a personal context , it helps you develop your career in a way that takes best advantage of your talents, abilities and opportunities.
This article looks at how to use SWOT in a business context. (Click here to learn how
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