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SWOT analysis is a “identify and plan” type of study. It applies to all industries, markets, and people. But why is it more important than you think?
Even if it only shows importance every once in awhile, as a business analyst, you should keep SWOT analysis in your back pocket.
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When should you do a SWOT analysis, what do you do after the analysis, do you have to do the whole thing and other questions you might have on SWOT analysis, answered here.