Part Three of the SWOT Analysis
The Director-General needs the third portion of a SWOT (Strengths, Weakness, Opportunities, Threats) analysis which is your best plan to communicate quickly and effectively in all of the affected areas.
For this third part of the SWOT, the Director-General wants you to address several items in a written document:
List any restrictions or issues with local or national health care infrastructure, or local cultures that the markup language communication method might encounter.
Identify how the markup language communication method might be expanded beyond the initial implementation; especially should the outbreak spread beyond the African continent. Compare the use of markup languages, symbol languages, and programming languages to fully examine the strengths and weaknesses.
Remember, in this part of the analysis, demographics (particularly the multiple cultures that need to be supported), physical environment, and local or national resources are particularly important.
Use the bullet point questions above to create a 2-3-page analysis of the opportunities and threats on a Word document. The analysis should use a clear introduction paragraph and well-developed body paragraphs to clearly analyze the opportunities and threats of using a markup language in this scenario situation. Be sure to thoroughly analyze each of these bullet points by providing a few paragraphs of substantiated analysis for each bullet point concept.