SWOT analysis of Lincoln Hospital Bronx NY serving multi- ethnic community

SWOT Analysis

A SWOT analysis can help to identify internal and external factors that can help or hinder organization or program success. A SWOT analysis organizes the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats of an organization or program. The identification of weaknesses and threats indicates factors that have a negative impact to the organization or program and need to be addressed. Strengths and opportunities are factors that have a positive impact on the organization or program and should be maintained.

Directions: Complete the matrix for your practicum organization or program. After completing, answer the questions on page 2 of this document.

  Positive Impact Negative Impact
Internal Strengths: Weaknesses:
External Opportunities: Threats:

Answer the following questions regarding your SWOT analysis:

1. How can weaknesses be converted into strengths?

2. Can strengths be used to overcome threats? How?

3. How can opportunities be maximized?

4. How can weaknesses be minimized?

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