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GNOSS guide for… performing a SWOT analysis: ‘General options’ to create a swot

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  1. General options to create a swot
  2. How to include the SWOT analysis factors
  3. Editors and participants assess and vote
  4. Phase to unify the SWOT analysis
The GNOSS swot is a collective thinking tool that the participants of a community use to analyze and expresses their opinions about an actor, a product or an entity in a social context. If you have decided to create a swot in GNOSS, we offer you some advice to take this step without difficulties:
In the ‘Title’ you can point out the key concept your SWOT analysis is about. You must do it in a clear and direct way, with few words. A practical way to know if your proposal works is this: if a contact asks “What does your SWOT analyze?”, the name you have chosen should be sufficient to understand the content.
The ‘Description’ sums up the goal of the SWOT analysis. We suggest that you use two or three suggestive concepts that describe the content of your proposal. From there, show who you are addressing to and what you expect of them. Another option is to launch the juiciest and most controversial issues of your SWOT in your description. You can extend as much as you want, but anyway we recommend that first paragraph reflects the essence of your SWOT analysis.
The next step to create a SWOT is selecting the ‘Tags’ to describe their content. They are the common concepts or keywords that identify the contents of your SWOT analysis. Think about this: a good tagging makes it easier and faster to find content when someone searches it. We recommend selecting at least ten concepts adequate to describe your SWOT analysis. After tagging, select the categories of the community in which the SWOT analysis you’re proposing fits.
Once you have described, tagged and categorized your SWOT analysis, star the selection of people you want to think and analyze with you. You have to choose the participants and the editors of th SWOT analysis. For that, we offer a drop-down menu with the members of your community. Make your selection. The difference between an editor and a participant is that the first on, apart from assessing and voting, can also participate in the process of unifying factors.
The SWOT manager selects if the analysis is visible to the SWOT participants, the community members, the GNOSS users or all internauts.
On the other hand, GNOSS allows the manager to choose the privacy of the SWOT analysis participants. By default, the tool enables an option that does not show the identity of the participants. If the editor deems it appropriate, their identity will be made public. GNOSS sends an automatic alert (email) so that the SWOT participant knows that his identity will be public during the vote. Then he has the possibility to leave the SWOT or continue in it, as he considers appropriate. The manager may also determine if the SWOT votes are public or private.
Finally, the manager has to define until what date you can participate in the SWOT analysis. The limit is the end of the chosen day (23:59 h). GNOSS sends automatic alerts a day before the end of the process and the same day it ends.
After closing the 'General options', the manager must write the 'Factors'.
Do you want to create a SWOT analysis?
To propose a SWOT analysis, you have to enter your community and go to the tab 'Collective thinking'. There you will find the button 'Create swot'. If that tab is not available in your community toolbar, the manager may request it to GNOSS
If you want to see all SWOT analyses you’re taking in, either as a manager, editor or participant, you have a shortcut to ‘My SWOT’ in your dropdown menu (the personal or the corporate one) that will take you to a webpage with your swot list and their state.
You can get more information about the SWOT tool in the GNOSS guide for… performing a SWOT analysis.

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