Grand Canyon University JWU Online Program Food Service Management Swot Analysis

Grand Canyon University

Question Description

I need an explanation for this Writing question to help me study.

You are very likely highly informed about the Johnson & Wales online program in Food Service Management as well as some of the programs that provide us with competition. For this assignment you will engage in situation analysis for this program. Assume that you are going to be asked to create a marketing strategy for it at some point in the future. In an effort to craft this strategy, you will first complete a SWOT Analysis and then use one of two available tools to analyze the market and where the program best fits.

Part 1: SWOT Analysis (in the files) and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XfB0g_JDIds; https://hbsp.harvard.edu/catalog/course/632952

Complete a SWOT Analysis for the JWU online program in Food Service Management. You will provide 3-5 items in each of the four SWOT categories – strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats. Each item should include a brief explanation of what it is and why you have included it in its category. The Market Analysis Toolkit describes the importance of using the 5 C’s to assess a situation. Also, please identify to which of the 5 C’s your item is most closely related. For example:

Category: Threat

Item : Smallest Generation

Explanation: The current population of college-aged Americans is the smallest in the past 60 years. Fewer customers may mean that demand for online education will be low for many years.

5 C’s? Customers

Part 2: Market Analysis ( in the files)

Using either Porter’s Five Forces Model( https://hbr.org/video/3590615226001/the-explainer-porters-five-forces) or the BCG Matrix (https://www.bcg.com/about/our-history/growth-share-matrix.aspx) (your choice), analyze the online education industry and the JWU School of Online and Continuing Education’s place in it. If using Porter, evaluate the industry relative to each of the five forces and then answer the question, “is it a good place for JWU to compete?” If using BCG, place JWU into the appropriate quadrant and then answer the question, “is it a good place for JWU to compete?” In either case, please be sure to provide a brief justification for your conclusion.

Need an explanation for both questions and matrices as well. 2 pages without the matrices, title or reference pages. I have attached examples of the matrixes

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Here is a sample SWOT Analysis Matrix that includes examples of factors that are appropriate for each of the four categories/quadrants. Notice that in the most basic terms, categories are either internal or external and either positive or negative. • Here is a brief explanation of the Porter's Five Forces Model, a key to determining the level of competition within an industry and the strategies to be implemented as a result of this determination. • The Boston Consulting Group Matrix has been a staple of market analysis for many years. While recently its usefulness has been called into question, it still provides an excellent framework to compare product line and market. ...
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Final Answer

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Running head: JWU



Student’s Name
Institutional Affiliation



SWOT analysis
JWU enjoys various benefits that enable it to continue excelling at global levels. It has
a large population of students. Hence, it gets enough population to take different causes.
Secondly, it is an independent organization, and hence it is hardly affected by the minor
economic challenges affecting individuals (JMU, 2020). Thirdly, the learners enrolled in the
institution represent all states and multiple other outside the United States.
One of the primary weaknesses hindering JWU from serving its purposes regarding
online programs is the cost of its programs. It is relatively expensive, making it lose some
potential students. Secondly, it has small campus sizes and hence limiting most learners to
online programs. Also, since the institution is independent and nonprofit, it is...

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UC Berkeley

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