There are two SWOT assignments
- A SWOT analysis of the Woodstock 99 event planning and a SWOT analysis of the Updated Woodstock planning.
Hello live event managers. Today you are learning about SWOT analysis. you job will be to create and turn in a SWOT analysis of your assigned event. an example SWOT analysis is below. The example follows the marketing examples.
If you are not sure where to start; answer the questions below for each area. Then determine which are appropriate for your project. Use the information you know: mission, Audience profile, planning charts and estimated costs to find topics to support your SWOT lists.
|What advantages does your organization have?|
|What do you do better than anyone else?|
|What unique or lowest-cost resources can you draw upon that others can't?|
|What is your organization's Unique Selling Proposition (USP)?|
|Consider your strengths from both an internal perspective, and from the point of view of your customers and people in your market.|
|Also, if you're having any difficulty identifying strengths, try writing down a list of your organization's characteristics. Some of these will hopefully be strengths!|
|Where can you improve?|
|What should you avoid?|
|What would others view as your weaknesses?|
|Are there comparable companies doing things better than you?|
|What good ideas do you detect?|
|Are there eye catching trends you are aware of?|
|Do you detect any obstacle's?|
|What are other events doing?|
|Is changing technology a threat to your ideas?|
|Do you have time to do all you plan in a coordinated manner?|
- Combine a Strength and Opportunity
- Compensate a Threat with a Strength
- Shore up a Weakness with an Opportunity
- Evade a Weaknesses and Threat
On your last page do an analysis of your outcomes using the list above.
|Item||ignored||attempted 25 %||proficient 50%||complete 100%|
|Header||name||name and title of project||name, title of your project, your job title|
|strengths||one idea||two ideas||three ideas|
|Weakness||one idea||two ideas||three ideas|
|Opportunity||one idea||two ideas||three ideas|
|Threat||one idea||two ideas||three ideas|
|Outcomes||one or two ideas||Three ideas||Four ideas|