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Respected Seniors, I would like to know about “Sweat Analysis”. I don’t know what is this. Please help
From India, New Delhi
Hi Preeti It is an analysis of the product of hard labor.///// Don’t take this seriously.No one has time to do the analysis :icon6: Respectfully Yours KayBee
From United States
Hi
As per to my knowledge it can not be sweat analysis, it can be SWOT analysis of any product or process.
SWOT:-
S - Strength of particular product or process
W - weakness of particular product or process
O - opportunity of that product in the market.
T - Threat to particular product or process
SWOT Analysis is a strategic planning method used to evaluate the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats involved in a project or in a business.
Make a search on google web

From India, Mumbai
Hi,
Can anyone plz help with a sample blue print SAPHR....
My email id is
Regards
Nandini

From India, Hyderabad
Hi Preti,
SWOT Means Strength, Weakness, Oppurtunity and Threat.
SWOT analysis can be used to help in the pursuit of that objective

Strengths: attributes of the organization that are helpful to achieving the objective.
Weaknesses: attributes of the organization those are harmful to achieving the objective.
Opportunities: external conditions those are helpful to achieving the objective.
Threats: external conditions that is harmful to achieving the objective.

SWOT analysis is management by objectives and merely getting the job done in terms of organisational needs.

On the othe hand SWEAT analysis -----is the planning and evaluation process is guided by shared decision-making, empowerment, emancipation and consequently shared leadership within the organisation.

Happiness of the epmloyees is the essence of oraganisational Objective.

The human factor is not secondary to the existence of the organisation.

From India, Srikakulam
according to the reference, I have cited above SWEAT refers to
"Strengths, Weaknesses, Expectations, Abilities and Tensions that impact on both the leader and the employee in achieving the goals of the organisation."
Simhan

From United Kingdom
Dear Mr.Uday,I have come across the process called SWOT analysis, else SWEAT analysis i have not go inside, can you give some more additional information regarding that to my mail id [email protected] your information...Regards,Kannan
From India, Madras
Please Go through the attachments Regards, A.V.Prakash
From India

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Hello, I feel you have done typo error. I think its SWOT not sweat... Pls check. Cheers Kavi
From India, Bangalore
Hi all that have commented on SWEAT analysis please see my comments above on this topic.
According to the reference, I have cited above SWEAT refers to
"Strengths, Weaknesses, Expectations, Abilities and Tensions that impact on both the leader and the employee in achieving the goals of the organisation."
Simhan

From United Kingdom

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