Essay on Power and Politics

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Power and Politics

A SWOTT analysis evaluates the strengths and weaknesses of the organization and the
opportunities and threats to the organization in the industry. It is used as a basis for
strategic planning. The organization will transform its goals, objectives, vision and
mission into a strategic plan.

Threats facing our creation of the E-booth will be keeping up with technological changes.
We will study our competitors' services and prices and make the necessary adjustments to
be ahead of our competitors. The E-booth will be able to adopt new internet technologies
rapidly to stay competitive.

Included in the business strategic plan will be a funding plan. The plan will evaluate and
research how much repair and replacement costs are and establish how much funds should be
reserve for the inevitable.

All employees and staff members will be motivated and trained efficiently of the operation
and services of the E-booth. All members will be able to operate each function and
instruct the operation of the E-booth. The training guidelines will consist of training
strategies to make the education of the E-booth second nature. Employees will be dedicated
to representing the E-booth in a professional manner.

Threats of whether our business will be considered a good employer and having good service
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