SWOT Analysis (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities,Threats) in Software Development
Chris Sims, founder of the Technical Management Institute & the Bay Area Engineering Managers Support Group
SWOT analysis -- Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats -- is a tool commonly taught in business school to examine internal strengths and weaknesses as well as external opportunities and threats. It was originally conceived to help corporations formulate high-level business strategy, but it has proven useful in a broad range of situations. SWOT is an excellent tool for evaluating business opportunities such as starting a new business, entering a new market, pursuing a new development project, or allocating resources in areas such as recruiting or training.
This workshop will teach you how to do a basic SWOT analysis, using your software project or your career as a practical application. You will learn a valuable analytic tool and gain insight into your career and projects.
Free for Members, $10.00 Non-Members, more at the door.
Official Website: http://www.ebig.org
Added by FullCalendar on February 19, 2008