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STEEPLE analysis

STEEPLE analysis

STEEPLE Analysis Template

STEEPLE Analysis Template

PESTLE Analysis

PESTLE Analysis

PESTLE Analysis Example

PESTLE Analysis Example

PEST Analysis

PEST Analysis

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Guide and Best Practices

STEEPLE analysis is a strategic management method that is used to examine the external factors affecting the growth and performance of an organization. It is a variant of the popular PESTLE analysis.

How to do a STEEPLE analysis

  • Gather a competent team made of departmental heads, process owners, and other stakeholders that can help you gather as much data as possible.
  • Brainstorm and gather information on each component of the STEEPLE analysis. Use a Creately STEEPLE analysis template to organize the date you find.
  • While the socio-cultural factors include information on age, education level, lifestyle, behavior etc. of your customer, the technological factors here include advancements in technology and new trends.
  • Economic factors include cost of living, prices of competitor products, GDP growth rate etc. Consider areas like climate changes, environmental regulations etc. when examining environmental factors.
  • Political factors you need to analyze are government policies, political situation of the country, market regulations, trade agreements and so on.
  • Legal factors involve those laws and regulations that may affect decision-making and the management of the company. Ethical factors refer to behavior, morality, duties and integrity of employees and the company.
  • Once the relevant data on these areas are gathered, evaluate them to identify opportunities and threats that they may bring.
  • Create an action plan to make use of the identified opportunities and take precautions to minimize the risks related to the threats.
  • Once the STEEPLE analysis is completed, you can share it with stakeholders for review using the Creately Viewer.

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