Advanced Content Master's Series
In a previous ASQ World Conference on Quality and Improvement, the concept of the SWEATT model was introduced. SWEATT stands for strengths, weaknesses, excellence, actions, threats, and team. It differs from the SWOT model in that the SWEATT model requires the establishment of measurement and a movement point (MP) for each identified criterion and action. The SWEATT model is now being used in multiple applications and has been proven to effectively link the strategic plans of an organization (or department) to specific actions with clear accountability that drives performance. This session will present the concept of the SWEATT model with examples of how to apply the SWEATT model. As important, the session will detail the process of implementing the SWEATT model to ensure the highest probability of success.