The SWOT analysis, also known as the SWOT analysis in some places (an acronym for Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats), is a widely used tool in the business and strategic world to evaluate the situation and competitive position of a company, organization, or project.
The SWOT analysis is based on the identification of four key aspects:
The SWOT analysis allows companies and organizations to understand their current situation and plan effective strategies. By combining these four areas, informed decisions can be made to capitalize on strengths, address weaknesses, exploit opportunities, and mitigate threats. This strategic approach helps entities adapt to the changing environment and enhance their long-term competitiveness.
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