Smart, SWOT, And PESTLE Analysis

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Chapter 2: SMART, SWOT, & PESTLE Analysis Before starting with the design journey and to secure the success of the project we decided to clearly identify stakeholder’s goals and objectives using SMART analysis and to think out of the box to evaluate the external and internal factors affecting the project. SMART goals and objectives were discussed and agreed, then SWOT analysis were conducted followed by PESTLE analysis business external macro environmental scan (big picture) in which a business operates. 2.1 School vision, mission, & SMART goals and objectives 2.1.1 Mission: To educate diverse learners, nurture their potentials, and empower them to be competitive, successful, and productive citizens. 2.1.2Vision: To be world-class model…show more content…
It is a useful tool for understanding risks associated with market growth or decline, and as such the position, potential and direction for a business or organization. PESTLE analysis is an analysis of the external macro environment (big picture) in which a business operates. These are often factors which are beyond the control or influence of a business, however are important to be aware of when doing business or strategy planning. Its headings are a framework for reviewing a situation, and can also be used to review a strategy or position, direction of a company, a marketing proposition, or idea. 2.3.1 Political • Lack of government commitment to adopt and implement a cost-effective sustainable design and construction plan for Egypt. • A government initiative creates the risk that the school may fail to deliver the policy or be diverted away from local priorities etc. • Changes to the skills required to be a teacher/ tutor • Changes to curriculum with short lead times • Requirement to be self-managing • Requirement to be
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