How do you write a situational analysis?

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When you write a situational analysis, you are identifying a problem, then presenting a solution. Then you explain how you are going to implement the solution. This explains the situation analysis well: marketing.about.com
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A well written situation analysis is an overview of events are that have occurred and have conflicted one another. The analysis is usually a comparative one.
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