Abstract or Introduction
In order for strategic planning to effectuate change in an organization, pros and cons must be considered before a consensus must be made. Such an appropriate decision-making procedure creates what could be a predicted outcome of the organization if such determinants are input and taken into action. The SWOT Analysis—Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats—is a commonly-known strategic planning tool for organizational development with probable causes and effects when implementing a strategy or an initiative (see Bordum, 2010; Panagiotou & van Wijnen, 2005).
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- Jennifer Snelling (Author), 2012, The Influence of the SWOT Analysis in Organizational Development Strategic Planning, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/194781