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Mozilla,SWOT ANALYSIS

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Identify the internal and external Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats (SWOT) facing Mozilla, particularly regarding its Firefox browser.

Be sure to differentiate between strategic thinking, leadership, and planning (see Goldman, 2007), and distinguish issues related to both strategic planning and implementation (see Eicher, 2006, and Sull, 2007). Support your analysis with evidence from the Freedman (2007) article and any other news sources you find on the Internet.

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Identify the internal and external Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats (SWOT) facing Mozilla, particularly regarding its Firefox browser.

Be sure to differentiate between strategic thinking, leadership, and planning (see Goldman, 2007), and distinguish issues related to both strategic planning and implementation (see Eicher, 2006, and Sull, 2007). Support your analysis with evidence from the Freedman (2007) article and any other news sources you find on the Internet.

Strengths:
1. Firefox's greatest strength is its army of volunteers that have helped research, storm ideas, programmed the browser, marketed it and have a feeling of belonging to it.
2. Firefox strength is the excellent leadership of Mitchell Baker.
3. The degree of flexibility that Firefox provides to users and the degree of adaptability that it provides is an important strength of Firefox.
4. The browser allows the user to return to the pages that were open under the title of "Session Restore"
5. Another important feature of Firefox is that it has an excellent spellchecker.
6. The browser is more secure.
7. The large body of volunteers represents intellectual and administrative strength for Firefox. ...

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