How to conduct a strategic plan using SWOTT analysis

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Conduct an internal and external environmental analysis for your proposed new division and its business model.

Develop a SWOTT table summarizing your findings. Your environmental analysis should consider, at a minimum, the factors below.

  • For each factor, identify the one primary strength, weakness, opportunity, threat, and trend, and include it in your table.
  • Include the SWOTT table in your submission.
    • External forces and trends considerations:
      • Industry Changes
      • Legal and regulatory
      • Global
      • Economic
      • Technological
      • Innovation
      • Social
      • Environmental
      • Competitive analysis
    • Internal forces and trends considerations:
      • Strategy
      • Structures
      • Processes and systems
      • Resources
      • Goals
      • Strategic capabilities
      • Culture
      • Technologies
      • Innovations
      • Intellectual property
      • Leadership

Compose a maximum of 1,400-word synopsis in which you analyze relevant forces and trends from the list above. Your analysis must include the following:

  • Identify economic, legal, and regulatory forces and trends.
  • Critique how well the organization adapts to change.
  • Analyze and explain the supply chain of the new division of the existing business. Share your plans to develop and leverage core competencies and resources within the supply chain in an effort to make a positive impact on the business model and the various stakeholders.
  • Discuss the primary internal organizational considerations for the development of a strategic plan.
  • Identify the major issues and/or opportunities the company faces based on your analysis.

Strategic Planning Outline BUS/475 Version 7 1 University of Phoenix Material Strategic Planning Outline I. Title Page II. Table of Contents III. Executive Summary IV. Strategic Plan Part 1: New Business Division of an Existing Company; Vision, Mission, and Value Proposition V. Strategic Plan Part 2: SWOTT Analysis – Internal and External Environmental Analysis; Primary Internal Considerations for the Development of a Strategic Plan. VI. Strategic Plan Part 3: Assumptions, Risk and Change Management Plan; Summary of Strategic Objectives; Corporate Social Responsibility: Balanced Score Card and its impact on stakeholders; the Communication Plan VII. Strategies and Tactics Section VIII. Conclusion IX. Reference Page

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Strategic Planning Outline
BUS/475 Version 7

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University of Phoenix Material
Strategic Planning Outline
I. Title Page
II. Table of Contents
III. Executive Summary
IV. Strategic Plan Part 1: New Business Division of an Existing Company; Vision, Mission, and Value Proposition
V. Strategic Plan Part 2: SWOTT Analysis – Internal and External Environmental Analysis; Primary
Internal Considerations for the Development of a Strategic Plan.
VI. Strategic Plan Part 3: Assumptions, Risk and Change Management Plan; Summary of Strategic
Objectives; Corporate Social Responsibility: Balanced Score Card and its impact on stakeholders; the
Communication Plan
VII. Strategies and Tactics Section
VIII. Conclusion
IX. Reference Page


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Strategic Planning
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Institutional Affiliation
Instructor
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Contents
Executive summary......................................................................................................................... 3
Strategic Plan part1: New Business Division ................................................................................. 3
Strategic Plan Part 2 SWOT analysis.............................................................................................. 5
Internal factor for consideration in strategic plan development ..................................................... 7
Strategic Plan3; strategic objectives, assumptions, risks and corporate social responsibility ........ 8
Tactics and strategies ...................................................................................................................... 9
Conclusion ...................................................................................................................................... 9
Reference ...................................................................................................................................... 10

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Executive summary
The recent happenings in the economy have prompted drastic changes to sprout. Factors
such as increasing labor supply and decline in demand for labor has led to unemployed
individuals opting to be innovative to the point of developing new business prospects. It means
that the microeconomic sector is experiencing a boom resulting in increasing demand for
financial services to aid in financing such ideologies. Now, many organizations whose piloting
statements did not embrace such future-oriented outcomes are not only sidelined but also facing
eventual closure. However, American Express fraternity with the help of the research and
development unit remains steadfast in serving its ever-evolving customer base. Moreover, with
the changing market systems, this organization had put into methodologies such as coming to
terms with the idea that change issues are non-avoidable; reflecting on previous occasions when
they had to deal with similar situations (Grant, 2014).
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