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SWOT is a strategic business analytical tool which compares the internal strengths and weaknesses of a business against the external opportunities and threats it faces in the market.
Hence the name SWOT, which is an acronym that stands for:
PESTLE, on the other hand, is a strategic analytical tool for your business to identify external market forces (political, economic, social, technological, legal and environmental) and trends which will affect your ability to perform.
Hence the name PESTLE, which is an acronym that stands for:
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To succeed in business you have to be analytical.
(And this begins with examining your own performance attributes).
The qualities that make your business strong or weak in each area of competition influence its ability to convert opportunity into profit.
The more conversion —> the more profit —> the more resource available to succeed tomorrow, again.
The less conversion —> the more waste —> the fewer resources available to shelter from tomorrow’s storms.
A SWOT analysis template helps focus the mind on what really matters from an internal (inside your business) viewpoint.
Once this is complete,
The next step is producing an external or market review, or PESTLE analysis.
This is your weather report for your planned journey ahead.
Whilst the weather is unlikely to complete derail your planned travels,
It can (as an influential factor) make your journey more expedient or on the contrary, hinder you.
Looking at the forecast should never define your strategy,
But rather, it should serve to help you prepare for some ‘what-ifs’ along the way.
This SWOT and PESTLE analysis template contains 8 individual sections for lining up your internal business abilities against external market factors:
This is your internal audit for:
…(a) what you’ve got that works, (b) what you’ve got that doesn’t, (c) what likely fruit you can gain, (d) what likely losses could occur.
This is your external audit for what the likely market conditions are which could affect your ability to compete:
Business analysis is highly detailed by nature. Often victory in any sphere of life comes down to the slightest detail.
Every grain of understanding and every focal point makes all the difference on the field of battle.
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