Tile – SWOT Analysis

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SWOT analysis (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats) that can be inserted into your planner. This tile works in OneNote or in GoodNotes and PDF Annotation Apps.

  • Assessment Board
  • SWOT
  • My Role
  • Goals
  • Action Steps
  • Key Objectives
  • Note Tiles

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A SWOT analysis is a strategic planning tool used by individuals, organizations, or businesses to identify and evaluate their Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats. The analysis is typically conducted as part of the strategic planning process to gain a comprehensive understanding of the internal and external factors that may impact the achievement of objectives.

Here’s a breakdown of each component:

  1. Strengths: These are internal factors that represent the positive attributes, capabilities, and resources that an entity possesses. Strengths are aspects that give the entity a competitive advantage and contribute to its success.
  2. Weaknesses: Internal factors that represent limitations, deficiencies, or areas where the entity may be at a disadvantage. Identifying weaknesses helps in understanding areas that need improvement or development.
  3. Opportunities: External factors in the environment that the entity could potentially leverage to its advantage. Opportunities represent favorable conditions or trends that can be exploited to achieve strategic goals.
  4. Threats: External factors that could pose challenges or obstacles to the entity’s success. Threats are potential risks or issues in the external environment that may need to be addressed or mitigated.

The SWOT analysis is often presented in a matrix format, with internal factors (Strengths and Weaknesses) on one axis and external factors (Opportunities and Threats) on the other. By examining these factors in relation to each other, individuals or organizations can develop strategies to capitalize on strengths, address weaknesses, exploit opportunities, and mitigate threats.

SWOT analysis is a versatile tool that can be applied to various contexts, including business planning, project management, personal development, and more. It provides a structured framework for decision-making and strategic thinking.


  1. Josue O.
    (verified owner)
    5 out of 5

    I am a big fan of SWOT Analysis… so when I saw this, I just had to have it…. I use it on all of my clients to help me better support them and their organizations.

  2. Julie D.
    (verified owner)
    5 out of 5
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