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SWOT, Strategic Options, Stakeholders, Strategic Metrics

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1. Summarize the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) your group has identified.

2. Which strategic option (operational excellence, customer satisfaction, or product innovation) does the organization follow?

3. Who are the main internal and external stakeholders?

4. Propose two or three strategic measurements (metrics) that will let the organization measure its progress toward meeting its strategies.

5. The body of the paper should follow APA style, and include an abstract and a list of references.

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1. Summarize the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) your group has identified.

SWOT Analysis: Swot analysis is about knowing the strength, weakness, opportunity and threat of the company to take strategic decision in a competitive market (Denhardt, Denhardt, Aristigueta, 2002).

Strength:

(i) Best product Quality: In a cut-throat competition Diecraft Australia is able to deliver the best quality to its customer. This is the product quality that has allowed the company to remain in the market.
(ii) Skilled employee base with a perfect employee retention rate: The company has a base of perfectly skilled employees and apart from this it is able to retain its employees for a longer period of time as compared to its competitors,

Weakness:

(i) Late delivery due to slow processing time: The biggest weakness with Diecraft Australia is its slow processing dime due to shortage of working hours. At the beginning of the month.
(ii) High cost of production: The cost of production is higher for the company and due to this the price of its products is competitively higher causing a problem for the company.
(iii) Dependent on ...

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