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In the development of a SFAS matrix, the first step is to A. enter the ratings of how the company's management is responding to each of the strategic factors B. calculate the weighted scores
C. list the most important EFAS and IFAS items D. indicate short-term for the duration E. enter the weights for all of the internal factors
In the development of a SFAS matrix, the first step is to C. list the most important EFAS and IFAS items
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