What is a SWOT?
SWOT is a strategic planning method used to evaluate a project's
Why Conduct a SWOT?
- To assist in strategic planning
- To help map resources and capabilities to competitive environment
- To provide greater transparency around collective objectives
Session Findings and Resources
Previous SWOT Analyses/Strategic Planning Activities
In late March, a Sakai Communications and Outreach brainstorming session took place in the SF Bay Area. Meeting attendees included Michael Korcuska, Lois Brooks, Mara Hancock and a handful of Sakai Commercial Affiliates. A SWOT Analysis was facilitated by Patty Sullivan of IBM. Results of this 4 hour exercise are uploaded as an attachment, here.
At the 8th Sakai conference in Newport Beach, Michael Feldstein of Oracle led a quasi strategic planning session, entitled Some Ideas for the Future of Sakai. Results of that exercise are posted here.