# EXTERNAL FACTOR ANALYSIS MATRIX

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- Q1The EFE matrix process uses five steps. The 3rd step in EFE matrix process is:listing each factorsmultiplying weights by ratingassigning weights to each factorassigning rating to each factor45s
- Q2In EFE matrix process to calculate the total weighted score for a company one has to:Add all the wieghted percentage for each factoradd all weighted scores for each factorMultiply each factor weight with its ratingAdd all the ratings for each factor then divide by the number of factors.60s
- Q3The first step in EFE matrix analysis is to gather a list of external factors which also include the division of factors into strengths and weaknesses.TrueFalse45s
- Q4Ratings are industry-specific.TrueFalse30s
- Q5Assigning weight to each identified crucial factors is important to for the company identify which among the factors are most crucial as well as the least crucial to the industry.TrueFalse30s
- Q6Weight are company-specific.FalseTrue30s
- Q7Ratings are company-specific.TrueFalse30s
- Q8Rating each factor (located in the 3rd column) indicates how effective the firm’s current strategies respond to the factor.TrueFalse30s
- Q9In EFE matrix Weight column is located inColumn 2 next to list of factor column 1Column 3 next to rating column 2column 1Column 4 next to rating column 330s
- Q10Total weighted score of 2.00 given the following scale 1 = poor response 2 = below average response 3 = above average response and 4 = superior response would mean:that the company has a bit below average response to external factors in the industry.that the company has slightly strong average response to external factors in the industry.that the company has poor response to external factors in the industry.that the company has below average response to external factors in the industry.60s