Assignment – SCOT Analysis
Strengths, Challenges, Opportunities and Threats (SCOT) is a simple yet comprehensive way of assessing the positive and negative forces within and outside your organization so you can be better prepared to act effectively. It reminds the project leader to build on strengths, minimize challenges, seize opportunities, and counteract threats.
Each student will perform a SCOT (formerly SWOT) analysis in their practice that identifies strengths, challenges, opportunities and threats to assist in making strategic plans and decisions in the implementation of the EBP.
Submit a two slide PowerPoint presentation of a SCOT analysis as it relates to your capstone project.
Due: 03/19/2022, 11:59 pm PT
• Length: 2 slides
• Format: Power Point with diagram
• Research: At least Two or three peer reviewed reference within the last 5 years (2018 or later) Please use any two of the following.
Basharat, S., Junaid, A., Masood, I., Azhar, N., Imran, S., Basit, A. A., & Saleem, M. (2021). Beneficial effects of okra in diabetes mellitus. Asian Journal of Allied Health Sciences (AJAHS), 67-77.
Daliu, P., Annunziata, G., Tenore, G. C., & Santini, A. (2020). Abscisic acid identification in Okra, Abelmoschus esculentus L.(Moench): Perspective nutraceutical use for the treatment of diabetes. Natural product research, 34(1), 3-9.
Dantas, T. L., Alonso Buriti, F. C., & Florentino, E. R. (2021). Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus l.) as a potential functional food source of mucilage and bioactive compounds with technological applications and health benefits. Plants, 10(8), 1683.
Das, S., Nandi, G., & Ghosh, L. K. (2019). Okra and its various applications in drug delivery, food technology, health care and pharmacological aspects-a review. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research, 11(6), 2139-2147.
Elkhalifa, A. E. O., Alshammari, E., Adnan, M., Alcantara, J. C., Awadelkareem, A. M., Eltoum, N. E., … & Ashraf, S. A. (2021). Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus) as a potential dietary medicine with nutraceutical importance for sustainable health applications. Molecules, 26(3), 696.
Pal, K. (2020). Abundantly available cultigen Okra, a clandestine natural therapeutic treasure trove: A brief overview.
Sumudunie, K., Uluwaduge, D., Wijayabandara, J., & Premakumara, G. (2019). Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus), a possible intervention for diabetes. International Journal of Food Science and Nutrition, 4(5), 50-52.