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Part 2 This course features a debate component within the Discussion Boards. To prepare for the debate topic within this course, click here to view a video that reviews and considers the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats, and trends (SWOTT) analysis of a fast-food franchise. Once completed, provide a quick synopsis (100-200 words) with 2-3 points that stand out to you in particular. This video will be the construct by which the Discussion Boards will structure a debate discussion.   Part 1 (post this response in the main U2 DB thread “Unit 2 Discussion Board”) In the Unit 1 Discussion Board, you reviewed a strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats, and trends (SWOTT) analysis of a fast-food franchise that was done in 2013. There have been many more recent changes with the fast-food giant toward improved business results. Read this article on these changes, and conduct a brief SWOTT analysis based on these new changes that includes the following: Strengths: The internal and external characteristics of a company that are stronger than its competitors Weaknesses: The internal and external characteristics of a company that are weaker than its competitors Opportunities: The issues internal and external to a company that can affect the company and its competitors in a favorable way Threats: The issues internal and external to a company that can affect the company and its competitors in an unfavorable way Trends: The internal and external patterns in the organization, market, or industry + First initial M-Z: Provide an argument against the ability of a fast-food franchise to succeed with these strategies. Submit your position by posting in the Unit 2 Debate forum under the against topic. In both considerations, provide research that supports your assertions.

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