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Alternative to SWOT analysis

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by staffse, Sep 3, 2011.

  1. staffse

    staffse New commenter

    Dear All
    Does anyone have an interesting alternative to a SWOT analysis that I could do in my Dept meeting on the first day back?? We did a SWOT middle of last year when looking at Dept development plan so I would like to try something a bit different....
    Thanks
    Julie
     
  2. staffse

    staffse New commenter

    Dear All
    Does anyone have an interesting alternative to a SWOT analysis that I could do in my Dept meeting on the first day back?? We did a SWOT middle of last year when looking at Dept development plan so I would like to try something a bit different....
    Thanks
    Julie
     
  3. Most of these type of analyses are business based and not really suitable for education. After a SWOT analysis many businesses would take this forward and do a SCORE analysis. There is some information about SWOT and SCORE here: http://tetradian.com/download/intro-to-score.pdf
     
  4. In our place we always look at what worked and what could we do better. Nothing fancy. Just be a brain storm from whole dept. Get a pack of two different coloured post-it notes and just get dept staff to write down their random thoughts. A thought per post-it note.....and place on table/board
     

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