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1 SWOT Analysis Examples State of Minnesota Department of Employee Relations SWOT Analysis Strengths Weaknesses ± Existence of previous strategic Human Resources planning efforts offers several innovative solutions ± Tools to improve human resources activities are available (e.g., interview guide and training manual) ± Experienced workforce dedicated to mission. Employees feel “part of the team” ± Failure to communicate formally and informally, both cross-functionally and within departments ± No continual evaluation and updating of human resources practices and policies ± Lack of accountability of managers and employees to achieve clear and measurable performance levels Opportunities Threats ± “Personnel” is allowing for more creative and flexible options (e.g., for compensation and staffing) ± Advanced technologies are available to foster more effective human resources activities ± Availability of information about best practices in human resources ± Full-time employees (FTE) and budget constraints imposed by legislature ± Government is moving toward privatization increasing the competition for services ± Other organizations may attract employees and business away from us Disclaimer: This case study has been compiled from information freely available from public sources. It is intended to be used as an example for educational purposes only. 1 1 State of Minnesota, Department of Employee Relations. 2004. www.doer.state.mn.us/wfplanning/step1.htm .
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Workforce Planning Tool Kit SWOT Analysis Examples 2 Department of Social Services SWOT ANALYSIS Strengths Weaknesses ± Experienced, resourceful, dedicated workforce ± Strong community partnerships/collaboration ± Continuous Quality Improvement promotes teamwork ± Proactive management team ± Parking for customers ± Diminished Resources – Increased Consumer Demand ± Uniformity across divisions Opportunities Threats ± Leadership training for possible advancement ± Collaborate with community partners ± Promote teamwork across divisions ± Identify/tap into staff hidden strengths ± Staff turnover ± Budget ± Privatization ± Fewer people willing to do child welfare Disclaimer: This case study has been compiled from information available from public sources. This SWOT is based on an analysis completed as part of the strategic planning process for Washington County (Maryland) social services. 2 It is intended to be used as an example for educational purposes only. 2 www.dhr.state.md.us/county/washing/plan06.pdf , Strategic Plan (Revised September 28, 2005 for FY’06) For the period: July 2003-June 30, 2007, SWOT ANALYSIS (Updated September 28, 2005).
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Workforce Planning Tool Kit SWOT Analysis Examples 3 Social Work Education in Canada SWOT Analysis Strengths Weaknesses
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