Analyzing your plans from the get-go helps you set realistic goals and identify problems before they happen.
Smart SWOT analysis helps you reach your goals with fewer bumps
Studying each SWOT element before you begin a project helps you make more informed choices by giving you an outline to better understand your business, from competitors to gaps in the market.
With Notion, you can:
Organize SWOT elements in one place
Create and check off related to-do lists
Link relevant documents for easy access
Make a timeline with clear goals and deadlines
Share results with your team
How to create an organized SWOT document in Notion
Create a Notion account.
Make a new page or duplicate a SWOT analysis template.
List your product’s relevant strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats in a format that works for you.
Connect relevant Notion pages from your workspace.
Invite your team to collaborate.
SWOT stands for strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. SWOT analysis brings these elements together to help you create a better project plan by spotting potential issues and evaluating your resources in advance.
A SWOT analysis template gives you an outline so all you have to do is plug in your own information. With Notion templates, you don’t have to worry about layout, and you can connect your doc to other Notion pages.
Imagine that your team is creating a new mobile app project. A strength could be teamwork, and a weakness could be a tight deadline. An opportunity might be a gap in the market for your specific idea, and a threat could be a competing app.