Internal factors are things that an organization can control and change. This can be contrasted with competitive or external factors that are beyond an organization's influence. The following are common examples of internal factors.
Access to Capital
Constraints (e.g. Budget)
Mission & Vision
Problems & Incidents
Resistance to Change
Suppliers & Partners
Training & Development
Values & Ethics
NotesIn SWOT analysis, internal factors are referred to as strengths and weaknesses.
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