It has been suggested that one simple way to conduct an external analysis is by asking these six questions:
What is happening in the world today?
What does it mean for others?
What does it mean for us?
What would have to happen first for the results we want to occur?
What do we have to do to play a role?
What do we do next?
What do you think of this approach to external analysis? What’s good about it? Bad? Respond substantively to at least two of your fellow students’ postings.
Attached is a student sample to guide u, but dont copy paste, juts get an idea and write your own idea. The students are in same class so don’t steal idea directly, the prof will know.