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This week, you will complete an ethical SWOT analysis of the technology you have selected for your Course Project. In industry, a SWOT analysis is used to create a structured assessment of a business plan, opportunity, or action. By considering strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats, a SWOT analysis is an effective tool to summarize and assess products, services, and actions. Not only does a SWOT analysis help you understand the context of a particular action or problem, but it will also set the stage for action and goal planning.
Using this methodology, you will create a SWOT analysis of the technology you are investigating for your Course Project. As part of your analysis, you will evaluate the following.

Strengths:

What are the advantages of the technology?
How will it positively impact culture and society?
What are other potential gains?

Weaknesses:

What features of the technology may hinder success?
What are the limitations of the technology?
How does the technology address issues of equity?

Opportunities:

What are external factors that may contribute to the success of the technology?
What social, political, and/or cultural trends may influence reception?
What are the opportunities for growth?

Threats:

What external factors may pose a threat to the success or adoption of the technology?
What social, political, and/or cultural trends may influence reception?
What are potential hurdles to growth?

A successful assignment will

include all four areas of the SWOT analysis;
be one to two pages in length;
be composed using Microsoft Word and using 12-point Times New Roman; and
format and cite sources using the seventh edition of APA.

Don’t forget to submit your assignment for grading.
Rubric
Week 2: Ethical SWOT Analysis Grading RubricWeek 2: Ethical SWOT Analysis Grading RubricCriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAssignment RequirementsResponse is between one to two pages in length. Document format and source use follows seventh edition APA guidelines.   20 to >0.0 ptsFull Marks0 ptsNo Marks20 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSWOT ElementsResponse thoughtfully addresses all four components of the SWOT: strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. Response is developed with relevant examples.      30 to >0.0 ptsFull Marks0 ptsNo Marks30 pts
Total Points: 50PreviousNext