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SWOT Analysis

This learning module is designed to teach users about SWOT analysis. After studying this module, users will: understand what SWOT analysis is and when it should be applied; understand benefits and limitations of SWOT; conduct personal and organizational SWOT analyses; learn from examples and receive additional tips, resources, and references.

Organizational Setting / Sector

Community Development, Human Services, Nonprofit & NGO, Public Sector

Skills Area

Creative Commons License
Authors: Evelyn Livermore
Natela Jordan
John Fetzer
Nfamara Dampha
Attribution-NonCommercial CC BY-NC
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