TOWS Matrix is an effective tool which allows to analize the external opportunities and threats by means of analyzing the internal strengths and weaknesses of a company.
ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming and vector drawing software extended with SWOT and TOWS Matrix Diagrams Solution from the Management Area will help design TOWS Matrix for your company without efforts.
Example 1. TOWS Matrix in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM /p>
SWOT and TOWS Matrix Diagrams Solution offers the extensive drawing tools, the set of templates and samples, and also SWOT Analysis library with variety of predesigned vector shapes for drawing SWOT and TOWS Matrix in a few minutes.
Example 2. SWOT Analysis Library Design Elements
The main purpose of TOWS analysis is to develop four groups of different strategies: SO Strategies, WO Strategies, ST Strategies, and WT Strategies.
So, TOWS Matrix is divided on four parts:
- Strengths - Opportunities
- Strengths - Threats
- Weakness - Opportunities
- Weaknesses - Threats
Example 3. TOWS Analysis Instructional Sample
This sample was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the tools of SWOT and TOWS Matrix Diagrams Solution. It shows the TOWS matrix developed for the instructional analysis. An experienced user spent 5 minutes creating this sample, you can open it from ConceptDraw STORE.
Use the SWOT and TOWS Matrix Diagrams Solution for ConceptDraw DIAGRAM software for quick, easy and effective TOWS matrix creating.
All source documents are vector graphic documents. They are available for reviewing, modifying, or converting to a variety of formats (PDF file, MS PowerPoint, MS Visio, and many other graphic formats) from the ConceptDraw STORE. The SWOT and TOWS Matrix Diagrams Solution is available for all ConceptDraw DIAGRAM or later users.
TEN RELATED HOW TO's:
The available pre-made examples of the matrices, including the Porter's Value Chain’s one can be found in the mentioned solution. It also allows creating an Ansoff matrix, a BCG matrix, a Competitive strategies matrix, a Four-quadrant matrix, a Chore chart, a Flow process chart, a Quality function deployment matrix, a Positioning map and Porter’s generic strategies matrix being based on the templates given within the Matrices solution.
Picture: Porter's Value Chain
When deciding to start your own business, you have to take into account a bunch of different aspects. One of the ways to get inspired is to look through various restaurant floor plans samples or interior photos of already known establishments. This will help you, but keep in mind that a really unforgettable establishment must be unique.
This restaurant floor plan diagram was designed using ConceptDraw Cafe and Restaurant Floor Plan solution. It can be used as a sample while considering a custom restaurant design. With the help of this example you can estimate the amount of furniture best for a dining room or kitchen of the restaurant. In addition, this plan would be useful as a check list when you will consider a list of the furniture and equipment needed for all areas of the future restaurant.
Picture: Restaurant Floor Plans Samples
An example of marketing analysis diagram, can be used to analyse product market and define marketing strategy.
This sample shows the Feature Comparison Chart of the digital scouting cameras. It can be useful for digital cameras production field, marketing, sales, etc.
Picture: Feature Comparison Chart Software
Any information system receives data flows from external sources. In order to visualize them there is a list of data flow diagram symbols that describes how the system components cooperate. If you want to create a data flow diagram, ConceptDraw DIAGRAM Solution Park has DFD Library that contains both Yourdon and Gane-Sarson notations.
This figure shows the content of vector libraries, delivered with ConceptDraw solution for data flow diagram (DFD). There are three libraries composed from about 50 vector objects used to make data flow diagrams.
They include a complete set of objects utilized by Yourdon-Coad and Gane-Sarson notations - two primary notations that are apply for data flow diagramming. Also, one can discover additional "Data flow diagram (DFD)" library that provides a data flow diagram elements for designing level 1 and context-level data flow diagrams.
Picture: Data Flow Diagram Symbols. DFD Library
The modern garden design is a full complex of works for design, decorating and gardening. Landscape design offers a large number of styles for the modern garden design, their origins go back centuries. But do not forget that the modern garden design is first of all an individual project for a specific landscape and specific owner of the land, and sometimes it is appropriate to apply the combination of styles.
ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming and vector drawing software offers the unique Landscape & Garden Solution from the Building Plans area for effective development the modern garden design.
Picture: Modern Garden Design
While studying, many of the students encounter the necessity of remaking class projects, over and over. To facilitate this process you can use special electrical and telecom plan software, which helps altering projects in several clicks. Using templates will fasten your work, and you will have more free time.
This sample represents an electrical and telecommunication floor plan. Electrical and telecom floor plans contain a floor plan , on which imposed the layout of electrical, and telecommunications equipment. They shows electrical and telecom details regarding the current floor of a building: lightening, fixtures, wires, outlets, circuit panels, etc. Using of standart notation of electrical and telecommunication symbols makes the plan understandable for engineers, architects, constructors, specialist in electricity and telecommunications.
Picture: Electrical and Telecom Plan Software
There are many ways to describe a database structure. One of the most usual is to draw an entity relationship diagram (ERD) using a Crow’s Foot notation to represent database elements. If you don’t want to draw it on paper, you should use an appropriate software.
An entity-relationship (ER) diagram is used to show the structure of a business database. ERD represents data as objects (entities) that are connected with standard relationships symbols which Illustrate an association between entities. ERD, there is a wide range of ERD notations used by data bases architects for reflecting the relationships between the data entities. According to the crow’s foot notation relationships are drawn as single labeled lines designating a certain kinds of relationship. Crow foot notation is a most frequently used ERD standard, because of improved readability of diagrams, with a more accurate use of space on the page.
Picture: Entity Relationship Diagram - ERD - Software for Design Crows Foot ER Diagrams