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I am learning the basic foundation of Human Resource Management and looking to draw information on how a person conducts a basic SWOT analysis of an organization or department to which a person belongs to. For argument's sake, would the military be able to use this technique. If so, how?

How do you see these factors affecting the direction of HR?

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Human Resource Management

Human Resource Management is a managerial function that influences and governs a company's leadership, operational culture, and compliance as it relates to employment laws. Fundamentally, human resource professionals manage employee selections, training criteria, and many other types of assessments within an organization. These assessments can potentially be very useful in conducting and supporting a basic SWOT analysis.

SWOT Analysis

The SWOT analysis is a qualitative assessment of a company's strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. How a person, department, or company conducts a SWOT analysis depends heavily on the reasoning for the data. There are many reasons why a SWOT analysis is conducted ranging from competitive advantage and discovering opportunities up to handling risk and resources more efficiently. Here are some basic considerations for managers looking to know how to conduct a SWOT analysis.

1. Strength - (Growth & ...

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