SWOT analysis (a subscriber’s contribution)

Jackson Hille tried and failed to find a guide on completing a SWOT analysis for his work with startups.

So decided to complete his own guide and contacted me to offer to share it with other readers of Business Analyst Mentor. The following is Jackson’s introduction:

As a business analyst, one is often tasked with understanding and deciphering the positive potential or negative risks associated with a particular business or industry segment. Luckily for business analysts, there is one tool of strategic analysis that can compile both of the aforementioned assets of a company, in addition to projecting how that company should structure its future planning; this one tool is SWOT Analysis. Researched and written by Jackson Hille, the Content Associate for FormSwift, and Justin Gomer, a Lecturer at UC Berkeley, An Essential Guide to SWOT Analysis is a comprehensive, all-encompassing guide to the history, purpose, and utilization of SWOT Analysis. The guide includes online templates and examples of SWOT Analysis in multiple industries, helping business analysts start devising their SWOT Analyses for their clients and companies. In short, with the Essential Guide to SWOT Analysis in hand, you will have the perfect starting point for all your future business analyses.

Read the guide to SWOT analysis here.

Thanks Jackson.

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