Agenda Planning Made Easy

The easiest way to run organized, efficient, and effective team meetings by SWOTanalysis

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Use SWOT Analysis to Evaluate Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats
Use PEST Analysis to focus on Political, Economic, Social, and Technological factors
Use GAP Analysis to understand your current state and where you would like to go
Use Stop, Start, Continue Analysis to analyze what's working, what's not working
Use Pros and Cons Analysis to strategically vet any decision
Use WHY Analysis, inspired by Simon Sinek's Ted Talk, to focus on "purpose"
Use V2MOM Plan inspired by the CEO of Salesforce to set annual goals
Use Problem Analysis to solve problems by focusing on the cause and effects
Use Alignment Analysis to solidify your purpose, mission, goals, and core values
Use an Vision & Mission Analysis to create your vision, mission, purpose, and values
Use Candidate Analysis to make better hiring decisions 
Use Meeting Agenda to build collaborative meeting agendas
Use Sprint Retrospective Analysis to analyze what went well and what went wrong

Better Meetings Start with Better Planning


Send Meeting SWOT to your team 5 days in advance. Start by defining the objective of your meeting and listing out any key agenda topics you want to discuss. Then invite your team to your Meeting SWOT to let them suggest additional topics. You can use the stars next to each item to vote the best items to the top, or as the creator you ca double click the star to auto-feature your key items at the top.


Pull up your Meeting SWOT and drive a collaborative and focused discussion.


Ask team members to submit agenda topics or build your own agenda. Use the star to vote items up, or double-click the star to auto feature any key item


Allow all team members to enter notes, vote the best notes to the top


Collectively set your key actionable tasks as follow up to the meeting

Next Agenda

Seek input on key topics to discuss for your next meeting.


After your meeting send around your Meeting SWOT to your team and call out notes and key tasks.

Meeting SWOT Example