SWOT Analysis for Small Business Owners and Entrepreneurs

SWOT Analysis for Small Business Owners and Entrepreneurs Avatar Posted by jimarmstrong under Sales
From http://www.getbusymedia.com 1698 days ago
Made Hot by: Monsieur Eraser on November 27, 2012 10:28 pm
Having a hard time landing new clients? Utilize the SWOT analysis to identify key areas to focus on closing the sale.





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Written by lyceum
1698 days ago

The SWOT analysis is an ongoing process and snapshot of today's situation. I will check out the tool, Xmind, that Rachel Howe mentions in the post.



Written by Rmhowe
1697 days ago

X-Mind is a great tool! Thanks for reading the article and sharing your thoughts. Please let me know if I can be of any help.

- Rachel



Written by jimarmstrong
1698 days ago

Absolutely, Rachel is one of our most talented writers. We're happy to share her posts here on Bizsugar!



Written by Sian Phillips
1698 days ago

Interesting post and a clever way of analysing how to hook a lead. Thanks for sharing on Bizsugar.com



Written by Rmhowe
1697 days ago

Thanks Sian. Glad you found some value in it :)

-Rachel



Written by bigmoneyweb
1699 days ago

For whatever reason, I seem to have been coming across the term "SWOT Analysis". It's a very useful tool for small business owners. It's such a useful tool for strategic planning because in a matter of one or two pages, you have a very clear, concise picture of the road ahead and your organization's ability to move down it. Thanks for sharing.



Written by Rmhowe
1697 days ago

Yep. The SWOT is a helpful planning & analysis tool for sure. X-Mind has a few Idea mapping & process improvement templates you can use too such as the fishbone diagram, etc.

If you're looking for some more ideas, Asq.org has a ton of great tools you should check out.

Rachel



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