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One approach to conducting an internal company analysis or a "strategic" business analysis is to examine the characteristics of the functional units of the business like marketing, logistics, or production. This focused analysis identifies positive, neutral and negative characteristic of each functional unit. The positive characteristics may be strengths of the business.
A functional analysis is also an analysis of business activity to establish a hierarchy of business functions, activities and transactions.
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