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TOWS Matrix
Threst Opportunities strengths and weaknesses

"Many organizations utilize a SWOT analysis

 to identify organizational strengths and weaknesses. SWOT analyses can be interesting, but what should you do with the resulting information? This is where the TOWS matrix becomes a useful tool. It is a simple but effective way to brainstorm specific strategies to address the results of your initial SWOT investigation."


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Difference Between SWOT & TOWS Analysis

 

Last Update: January 23, 2017

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