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An online research management platform including a bibliography composer and note-taking features.
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Benchmarking, Vol. 20, Iss. 6, (2013): 825-854
...Second, they incorporated the competitors' dynamics in terms of the change of customer competitive assessment over time, and finally, used the SWOT-based competitive weighting scheme to analyze the interaction of both the factors taking into account their dynamics.
Managerial Auditing Journal; Bradford Vol. 19, Iss. 4, (2004): 533-543.
The combination of balanced scorecard (BSC), SWOT analysis and quality function deployment (QFD) provides a pragmatic approach for managerial and consultant practitioners to build a strategic framework (Koo, 1998). The term, "BSQ" strategic formulation framework, adopted in this paper, is an acronym for the above three separate strategic approaches being merged into one single effective tool.
Managerial Auditing Journal15.1/2 (2000): 68-76.
Conjoining the SWOT matrix with the balanced scorecard (BSC) makes a systematic and holistic strategic management system. The SWOT matrix clearly identifies the critical success factors that can be implemented into the identification of the different aspects toward the balanced scorecard. It is, therefore, a more structural approach in setting up the foundation of the balanced scorecard; instead of simply identifying the key performance indicators (KPI) via gut feeling or by brainstorming. The next step of the whole process is to make use of the quality function deployment (QFD) methodology with the balanced scorecard (BSC)
. Quality Progress; Vol. 45, Iss. 10, (Oct 2012): 26-31
In the CTPBM, a SWOT analysis is performed for each of the touch points identified as significant in the previous QFD analysis. In each case, the intended objective is to increase customer satisfaction and business impact during the course of the customer interaction.
Strategic Direction 26.8 (2010): 30-32.
Phase one: identification of the business priorities through the development of "strategic matrices"
Matrix one: analysis of strategic targets
Team members carried out a SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats) analysis to determine the state of play at Geotherm. Five strategic targets were identified. Top of the list was the need for the firm to secure strategic suppliers and to develop a partnership with one supplier who would be able to able supply the two main key components of a geothermal system, the next priority was to optimize the "make or buy" choice and increase the number of units installed.
Journal of industrial Engineering International, Jan 2008, p.19-31
his paper attempts to address these twin issues of the Post-HoQ analysis and its interpretation through SWOT. The development and mechanics of QFD model is presumed to be known to the followers and the paper deals specifically with post-HoQ model through a well-defined and structured approach to comprehensive matrix analysis.
Journal of Business Economics & Management. 2011, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p24-48.
Using balanced scorecard and quality fianction deployment (QFD) to combine with
SWOT is one of the methods considered in recent years. This algorithm that called
BSO (A hybrid of balanced scorecard, SWOT analysis and qualify function deployment)
with a little difference