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    Which comes first, the development of the long-term objectives, or the evaluation of organizational strengths and weaknesses?

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    My views on this question are influenced by having been an organization strategic planner and a member of the Strategic Leadership forum.

    a. In my thinking, whether an organization does a corporate appraisal or evaluation of (internal) strengths and weaknesses or a SWOTT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats, and Trends analysis, logically this type of assessment precedes the development of objectives and goals. In fact, these types of analysis are often the input to a strategic management process. The reason is that if an ...

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    The solution discusses long term objectives and the organizational strengths and weaknesses.