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  • 1. Death by PowerPoint 
 (and how to fight it) Alexei Kapterev
  • 2. There are 300 million PowerPoint users 
 in the world* * estimate
  • 3. They do 30 million presentations 
 each day* * estimate
  • 4. About a million presentations are 
 going on right now* * estimate
  • 5. 50% of them are unbearable* * conservative estimate
  • 6. LOTS of people are killing each other
 with bad presentations. NOW.
  • 7. They are all DEAD! Well, almost.
  • 8. Bad presentations Bad communication Bad relations Less sales Less money Less training A vicious circle
  • 9. Let’s make the world 
 a better place.
  • 10. Why are they doing it?!
  • 11. !Bullets don’t kill people "People kill people #Unintentionally $Yet regularly Research shows:
  • 12. Mainly due to lack of... !Significance "Structure #Simplicity $Rehearsal
  • 13. Significance !"#$
  • 14. To “pass the information”? Your boss told you to? Or to make meaning? Why do you present?
  • 15. What’s the subject and why it matters to you?
  • 16. !Significance creates passion "Passion attracts attention #Attention leads to action How presentations work
  • 17. Are you passionate? Check yourself.
  • 18. This is passion.
  • 19. This is passion.
  • 20. This is passion.
  • 21. This is not.
  • 22. Can’t find 
 the meaning?
 Don’t present.
  • 23. Structure !"#$
  • 24. Structure is how you place the building blocks of your story.
  • 25. !Convincing "Memorable #Scalable Q: What structure to use? A: Any – as long as it is:
  • 26. !Problem – Pathway – Solution "Problem – Solution – Reasoning #Fancy stuff (if it makes sense) Structure choices
  • 27. Give 3-4 reasons supporting your point. They will not remember more anyway.
  • 28. }45 minutes 1 argument 2 argument 3 argument Memorable opening Memorable closing 1 More details... 2 More details... 3 More details... 1 More details... 2 More details... 3 More details... 1 More details... 2 More details... 3 More details...
  • 29. You can tell this in... 5 minutes 15 minutes 45 minutes It is scalable.
  • 30. Simplicity !"#$
  • 31. Everything should be made as simple as possible but not simpler.
  • 32. Apparently, being simple 
 is not that simple. Will give you some examples.
  • 33. Don’t worry: knowing the language doesn’t really help.
  • 34. Notice cool background.
  • 35. Hey, we’ve got DATA!
  • 36. This one’s my favorite.
  • 37. Fundamental problem?
  • 38. !Visualize ideas "Create key points #Impress PowerPoint helps to:
  • 39. ! Prompter " Handouts # Data dumps They use it as:
  • 40. People read faster than you speak. This means you are useless.
  • 41. How much is an extra slide? $0.00. Zero Dollars. Break it in several. It’s free.
  • 42. What’s the point?
 One simple point? Remove everything else.
  • 43. Well, some are 
 just hopeless.
  • 44. Do you remember the rule: 7 lines per slide or less 7 words per line or less? Well, it is just plain stupid If you follow this “rule” You get a slide like this Ditch stupid “rules”
  • 45. Do you remember the rule: 7 lines per slide or less 7 words per line or less? Well, it is just plain stupid If you follow this “rule” You get a slide like this Ditch stupid “rules” Cramped. Boring.
  • 46. Simple design rules* !One point per slide "Few matching colours #Very few fonts $Photos, not clipart * pun intended
  • 47. Less text. More imagery. Wild imagery.
  • 48. But what if I need to 
 send or print the slides?
  • 49. Write a document
  • 50. The Largest
 Leasing Companies •Hansa Leasing •РГ Лизинг •Авангард-Лизинг •Raiffeisen Leasing •ММБ-Лизинг Make 2 sets of slides
  • 51. Print with notes
  • 52. Inform with little text* * yes you can
  • 53. Rehearsal !"#$
  • 54. It will never work completely for the first time. Trust me.
  • 55. YOU PRESENTATION RECIPIENT Feedback. Go get some.
  • 56. No audience? Present to the furniture. But aloud. Try it.
  • 57. Check the room 
 and equipment.
  • 58. Presentation checklist
  • 59. All this leads to...
  • 60. Wow* * great presentations
  • 61. Alexei Kapterev www.kapterev.com There’s also a book!