Evaluate Your University’s Strategies
An important part of evaluating strategies is determining the nature and extent of changes in an organization’s external opportunities and threats as well as internal strengths and weaknesses. Changes in these underlying key factors can indicate a need to change or modify the firm’s strategies. Instructions
As a class, discuss positive and negative changes in your university’s external and internal factors during your college career. Begin by listing on the board new or emerging opportunities and threats. Then identify strengths and weaknesses that have changed significantly during your college career. In light of the external and internal changes that were identified, discuss whether your university’s strategies need modifying. Are there any new strategies that you would recommend? Make a list to recommend to your department chair, dean, president, or chancellor.