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Identification
Level of process: 
Method
Intent or purpose: 
To explore the strengths, weaknesses and concerns of a situation
Used as component of: 
Any problem solving or clarification session
Recommended size of group: 
26-50
Optimal amount of time needed: 
3 - 18 minutes
Howto
Level of participation: 
high
Level of Difficulty to Facilitate: 
Not set
Setting and Materials: 
Materials for capturing the ideas, such as a flipchart.
Pre-Work Required: 
Prepare a clear statement of the situation.
Procedures: 

1. Describe the situation,<br>
2. Begin with questions of clarification. <br>
3. Ask people to share strengths they see and<br>
4. Explore why they are strengths. <br>
5. Repeat for weaknesses and/or <br>
6. Concerns<br>

Follow-Up Required: 
none
Background
Developer: 
P. Wilson
Derived from: 
Found in Jo Nelson's "Meeting Tools". See downloads section,
History of Development: 

This is similar to the firts part of a SWOT analysis

Selected publications: 
097297640X
References: 
Wilson, P. H., Harnish, K. & Wright, J. (2003). The Facilitative Way, TeamTech Press, Shawnee Mission, KS. p. 167
License Model: 
Open
Suppliers
Creators: 
Trainers: 
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