Business Plan Development: SWOT analysis – Essaylink

For any new project or revision of a current process, key questions that will need to be answered are whether
it’s needed, does the institution have the capacity to support it, what is already in place that will facilitate
implementation, and what are the downsides or barriers to development. In short, the SWOT analysis is a
necessary component of planning a project and preparing the business plan. Critically examine your PICO(T)
and project proposal through the lens of a SWOT analysis of your organization. Determine and describe what
information you know and what you need to find out to complete a SWOT analysis that will provide rationale
and validity for your project.

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