Applying SWOT Analysis: Case Study


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What does SWOT stand for?

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1. According to the lesson, which of the following is NOT a listed threat for McDonald's?

2. According to the lesson, what else is SWOT useful for besides helping an organization identify competitive advantages?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The interactive quiz and printable worksheet will assess your grasp of SWOT analysis case studies. Topics on the quiz will test your understanding of what SWOT means and listed threats for a corporation, among other things.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Use the worksheet/quiz to:

  • Assess how SWOT helps determine competitive advantages for companies
  • Identify the SWOT analysis that considers negative effects on a bottom line
  • Understand how a corporation might boost its ability to compete

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on SWOT analysis case study
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about how a corporation might benefit from the information acquired in self-analysis
  • Making connections - use understanding of SWOT analysis and how it is connected to boosting productivity

Additional Learning

Feel free to review the lesson entitled Applying SWOT Analysis: Case Study, which will teach you about the subsequent bullet points:

  • Global reach
  • Brand recognition
  • Joint ventures
  • Diversity
  • Limited options/high turnovers
  • Other internal/external considerations for a company's positives and negatives