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Journalism & Communication
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SWOT Analysis Name Institutional Affiliation SWOT Analysis The analysis of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats was actually identified to originate from “Albert S. Humphrey in the 1960s” (SWOT Analysis, n.d., p. 1). The analytical tool was now commonly used in various organizational settings to closely examine internal and external factors that impinge on the organization’s operations and performance.
However, this kind of analysis could also be used in one’s personal perspective as an self-assessment tool to determine personal strengths and competencies; any perceived weaknesses; as well as externa factors that offer opportunties or pose threats to the accomplishment of personal and professional goals. In this regard, the current discourse hereby aims to present the results of one’s SWOT analysis and to take three or four interesting points about the activity and to compare and contrast the findings/results of one’s analysis, as required. ...
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