April 23, 2012

SWOT in daily realizaiton

SWOT is quite often accessed to deal with all kinds circumstances. During writing the assignment, I read many researches about SWOT. It is widely used in business management, strategies making, even education analysis. Inevitably, all decisions are almost related to internal and external factors. Being a manager, it is absolutely responsible for leading the colleagues and achieving common goal. However, critical analysis the overall environment is never an easy task. I believe that SWOT is not only a completed report for illustrating the status. Based on solid realization, the managers will have chance to create better competence for the businesses. Business owners should always notice the dynamic changes in daily lives, and link the opportunities with the companies running. Even though some risk is hard to fully prevent in advance, some preparation is definitely helpful to overcome the tough situation.


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