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Tips on how to use Powerpoint effectively, including case studies. Can be presented in 8-10 minutes.

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  • 1. Why I stopped presenting (completely) naked
    By Erich Viedge ACS, CL
  • 2. Three to five years ago
  • 3. I looked like this (Actual picture from 2004)
  • 4. I looked like this (Actual picture from 2004)
    (no kids yet)
  • 5. My documents looked like this (Actual document from 2003)
  • 6. My presentations looked like this(Actual presentation from 2004)
  • 7. The Strategy Hexagon
    Goal
    Measurement
    Action Plan
    Evaluation
    Formulate (EMEA)
    Refine
    (SA! / EMEA)
    Communicate
    (EMEA / SA)
    Understand
    (SA)
    Feedback
    (SA!)
    Act
    (SA!)
  • 8. Act-Feedback axis: how
    Combination of research and training. More interviews.
    Environmental Scanning (Based on the CIAs model)
    Measure External feedback sources
    Audit efficiency of Internal feedback structures / processes
    Deliver Strategic thinking tools (SCAMPER)
    Measure amount and impact
    of Feedback from macro-
    environment
    Goal
    Measurement
    Action Plan
    Evaluation
  • 9. How I used to be
  • 10. How I used to be
    Powerpoint was necessary evil
    I resented it
    I would read the bullets
    I preferred flipcharts, actually
    I liked to present naked
  • 11. ThatsNothing to brag about!
  • 12. Then I realised!
  • 13.
  • 14. What is the last presentationYOU remember?
  • 15. Tell stories
  • 16. One point per slide
  • 17. Less is more
  • 18.
  • 19. Painting with light
    Louis Comfort Tiffany as a young man
    19
  • 20. The quest for perfect glass
    Autumn leaf globe lamp (1900-1910)
    Tiffany Studios
    Make a material in which colors and combinations of colors, shades, hues, tints and tones [are] there without surface treatment as far as possible.
    Louis Comfort Tiffany
    Favrile glass
    Contemporary technique
    20
  • 21. Before
  • 22. Painting with light
    Louis Comfort Tiffany as a young man
    22
  • 23. After
  • 24. 24
    Tiffany
    Painting
    with light
  • 25. Louis Comfort Tiffany
  • 26. Before
  • 27. The quest for perfect glass
    Autumn leaf globe lamp (1900-1910)
    Tiffany Studios
    Make a material in which colors and combinations of colors, shades, hues, tints and tones [are] there without surface treatment as far as possible.
    Louis Comfort Tiffany
    Favrile glass
    Contemporary technique
    27
  • 28. After
  • 29. Make a material in which colors and combinations of colors, shades, hues, tints and tones [are] there without surface treatment as far as possible.
    Louis Comfort Tiffany
  • 30. Contemporary technique
  • 31. 31
    Favrile glass
  • 32. But we dont have stories!
  • 33.
  • 34. Its ALL stories
  • 35. Southern Africa Long-Term Trends
    Note: each member pays 2 x per year (6-monthly subs to USA)
    Green line = number of clubs
    Red line = number of membership payments
  • 36. One point per slide
  • 37. Less is more
  • 38.
  • 39. Southern Africa Long-Term Trends
    Note: each member pays 2 x per year (6-monthly subs to USA)
    Green line = number of clubs
    Red line = number of membership payments
  • 40.
  • 41. Less is more
  • 42. Summary
    It is all a matter of education, and we shall never have good art in our homes until the people learn to distinguish the beautiful from the ugly
    Louis Comfort Tiffany
    Favrile glass
    Intricate floral design
    Copper and mosaic base
    42
  • 43. Favrile glass
    Intricate floral design
    Copper and mosaic base
  • 44. Less is more
  • 45.
    • The Radar metaphor: The indicator cant tell us anything other than whether the POR is a civilian or military aircraft. Extending the metaphor, these days even civilian aircraft can be threateningso we need to know more.to this end, the dashboard includes a great deal of info (financial, headcount etc). In this way, we can know everything from whos on board (the transactions volume and financials), to whos flying the plane (the manager).