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Why would you conduct a SWOTT analysis to have an effective strategic plan?
If a company is to have an effective strategic plan then yes a SWOTT analysis would need to be conducted. SWOTT stands for strength, weakness, oppurtunities, threats and trends. [ By exploring and analyzing all these factors a company can identify things that are working in its favor and what is not. ]
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