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  • What is the REAL Cost of Poor Presentations? By Dave Paradi, MBA, co-author of "Guide to PowerPoint"
    We have all seen them – poor presentations. The ones where the PowerPoint slides were unreadable, the presenter stood facing the screen and read each slide as it was displayed and there was no clear message or point to the time spent. These presentations are frustrating to watch, but more importantly cost organizations a huge amount of money.
    The costs of a poor sales presentation include a longer purchasing decision cycle, requests for more information before a purchase is made and ultimately a smaller sale or no sale at all. The costs of a poor internal presentation include delayed decisions, more meetings to clarify the issue, additional information requested, incorrect decisions and sometimes a negative impact on one’s career. The dollar cost of the poor sales presentation is easier to calculate because the largest component is the lost revenue.
    The dollar cost of a poor internal presentation is harder to calculate because we don’t see it show up on a sales report. Even though it is harder to calculate, it is important to consider. The dollar costs of a poor internal presentation are primarily contained in the extra time that people spend because the message was not clear the first time. Examples of this extra time include the hours spent doing extra research, preparing additional documentation, more one-on-one discussions, more time spent in group meetings to clarify the original message and more time spent reviewing additional documentation. When we add up the number of staff hours spent on all of these tasks, it is not surprising to find that it is 10 or more hours for each poor presentation. At that rate, the dollar cost adds up quite quickly.
    Let me use an organization I met with recently as an example. This is a medium-sized organization with approximately 800 full-time employees. When we sat down, I asked them about the problem and they estimated that there are at least 40-50 internal presentations each week and about 25% require additional work because the presentation was not done well. At the rate of 10 hours of extra staff time per poor presentation and a professional staff salary of $50,000 per year, the cost to this organization is over $133,000 per year!
    You can easily calculate how much poor presentations are costing your own department or organization. Start by estimating the number of internal presentations that are done per week. Include management briefings, customer presentations, project updates, staff meetings and other presentations. This number is usually higher than we first think it would be. Then, estimate what percentage of those presentations are done poorly resulting in additional work. In most organizations this can be in the 25-40% range. Next, guesstimate the amount of staff time spent in clarifying the poor presentations. Include the hours spent on additional research, extra documentation, more meetings and reviews. It is not unusual to find this is 10-15 hours per poor presentation. Finally, find out what the average salary is of a staff member doing the extra work. Now, use the following formula to calculate the total cost to your organization of poor internal presentations.
    Annual Cost of Poor Presentations
    = # of presentations per week
    X 52 weeks per year
    X % of poor presentations
    X # hours extra work required
    X Hourly Salary Factor (see below)
    Salary Factor table for use in above calculation Average Annual Salary $35,000 $40,000 $45,000 $50,000 $55,000
    Hourly Salary Factor $17.95 $20.51 $23.08 $25.64 $28.21
    Here is the calculation for the organization I met with recently:
    40 presentations per week
    X
    52 weeks per year
    X
    25% require more work
    X
    10 extra hours required
    X
    $25.64 per hour
    =
    $133,328 per year
    When you see the real cost to your organization of poor presentations, you will be much more willing to invest in training and materials to help reduce the number of poor presentations. But the question is this: What is the primary cause of these poor presentations?
    The primary cause in my experience is a misuse of the PowerPoint tool. Too many people use it as a magical crutch that will somehow substitute for proper preparation of a presentation. Here are three tips to help improve presentations. First, define the goal of your presentation and plan how you will move the audience from where they are now to where you want them to be. Second, develop your PowerPoint slides so that they enhance your message, not detract from it. And finally, if you have prepared properly, you will know your material so well that you can deliver your presentation as a conversation instead of simply reading each slide as it is displayed.
    Just imagine the productivity gain in your organization that is possible by reducing the number of poorly done internal presentations.

  • Untuk set image ada ditempat yang sama– pastikan saiz samaclick imej, formatsize hight dan width.
  • Sample highlight  contrast!
  • DR –development resources
    CM – communication module
    PAM – performance assessment module
  • DR –development resources
    CM – communication module
    PAM – performance assessment module
  • DR –development resources
    CM – communication module
    PAM – performance assessment module
  • DR –development resources
    CM – communication module
    PAM – performance assessment module
  • DR –development resources
    CM – communication module
    PAM – performance assessment module
  • Zoomit plugin klu tak ada kena download dulu from microsoft
    Download here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897434
    Zoom CTRL +1
    Drawing mode – tekan klik mouse sekali
    Untuk red – r, blue b, green g, o-oren, y-yellow, p-pink
    Untuk end drawing – right click.
    Untuk erase – CTRL +e,
    untuk bulattab+draw, rectctrl+draw, lineshift+draw
  • Simple timer
    Buat rect 1 – no fill
    Buat rect 2 – fill gradient
    Animation rect 2– wipe –effect option from left
    Set timing duration rect 2 – 15 saat atau 30 saat

    Cara lain – download pptimer. (presto presentation timer) download from http://prestonhunt.com/story/109
    Navigation tu – untuk slides ini JANGAN check ‘transition’ advance slide ‘on mouse click’. Supaya usere terpaksa pilih button shaja
    Timer untuk slider bar juga kena set ‘after pevious’ bukan ‘on click’
    Untuk teks no choice has been made…kita set ‘zoom’ animation ‘after previous’. So lepas 15 secs – mesej ni baru appear.
  • Add editable text box yang boleh guna masa presentation
    Menu developer –menu controls ambik textbox
    Lukis textbox kat slide
    Right click textbox  propertie
    Set Name, Scrolling (set vertical), Multiline (true), enterkeybehaviour –semua true.

    Don’t see the developer menu?
    In PowerPoint 2010, display in normal view the slide on which you want to play the animation. Now Click File, and then click Options. Click the Customize Ribbon option and then tick the check box labeled Developer in the right list, and click OK. On the Developer tab, click the More Controls button in the Controls group.
  • Design ppt slides using IxD theory

    1. 1. NEW TRICKS USING YOU ALREADY TOOLS KNEW Dr Zulikha Jamaludin Professor of IxD Universiti Utara Malaysia
    2. 2. Results from the 2009 ANNOYING PowerPoint Survey http://www.thinkoutsidetheslide.com/articles/annoying_powerpoint_survey_2009.htm OVERLOADED Text Slides
    3. 3. Results from the 2009 ANNOYING PowerPoint Survey http://www.thinkoutsidetheslide.com/articles/annoying_powerpoint_survey_2009.htm READING slides 69.2%
    4. 4. Results from the 2009 ANNOYING PowerPoint Survey http://www.thinkoutsidetheslide.com/articles/annoying_powerpoint_survey_2009.htm READING slides Text so SMALL READING slides 48.2%
    5. 5. Results from the 2009 ANNOYING PowerPoint Survey http://www.thinkoutsidetheslide.com/articles/annoying_powerpoint_survey_2009.htm READING slides Text so SMALL Full SENTENCES instead of points READING slides 48%
    6. 6. Results from the 2009 ANNOYING PowerPoint Survey http://www.thinkoutsidetheslide.com/articles/annoying_powerpoint_survey_2009.htm READING slides Text so SMALL Full SENTENCES instead of points Slides hard to see due to color choice READING slides 33%
    7. 7. Results from the 2009 ANNOYING PowerPoint Survey http://www.thinkoutsidetheslide.com/articles/annoying_powerpoint_survey_2009.htm READING slides Text so SMALL Full SENTENCES instead of points Slides hard to see due to color choice Overly COMPLEX diagrams/charts READING slides 27.9%
    8. 8. Results from the 2009 ANNOYING PowerPoint Survey http://www.thinkoutsidetheslide.com/articles/annoying_powerpoint_survey_2009.htm READING slides Text so SMALL Full SENTENCES instead of points Slides hard to see due to color choice Overly COMPLEX diagrams/charts READING slides
    9. 9. FOR PROFESSIONAL SLIDES …that can convey the messages
    10. 10. Show, not tell Not text- driven No wild animation No sloppy charts/stretched images No weird color combination (comply to the theme)
    11. 11. PURPOSE THEME
    12. 12. Energy&action SPORTS Purpose & Theme
    13. 13. Confidence transparency HEALTHCARE Purpose & Theme
    14. 14. Trust&stability FINACIAL INDUSTRY Purpose & Theme
    15. 15. Design Design DESIGN
    16. 16. Design for the purpose of interaction with… DESIGNTHEORY I N T E R A C T I O N
    17. 17. 17 /37
    18. 18. TRIADIC http://www.livepaintinglessons.com/gamutmask.php COMBINATION
    19. 19. Authority Power Evil pessimism Calmness, truth, peace, harmony, confidence, wisdom, loyalty, healing, water, stability Royalty, power, nobility, luxury, spirituality, wisdom, mystery, wealthEnvy, fertility, growth, money, good luck, healing, success Joy, creativity, energy, encouragement, successTranquility, love, flirtatiousness, softness, delicacy, sweetness Neutrality, corporate, quality, practicalityStability, endurance, simplicity, friendshipOptimism, sex, danger, aggression, energy, excitement, passion, fire, love, dynamism
    20. 20. SCHOOLHOLIDAYS VACATIONFOR RAYAHOLIDAYS SPECIALHOLIDAYS
    21. 21. REASONSFOR
    22. 22. Edward H Adelson
    23. 23. CONTENTCHARACTERISTICS
    24. 24. Max – 7 rows x 7 words TEXT
    25. 25. TEXTDo not use alone to convey ideas
    26. 26. RULE OF THIRD NEVER here Point for dynamic impact
    27. 27. HIGHLIGHT & CONTRAST
    28. 28. SHOWING COMPLEX MODELS
    29. 29. COMPARE… Learning Individuals (Self Directed) Learning Communities (Mosques) Learning Regions (Religious Authority) Learning Families (Father) Usrahs (Est. Islamic NGOs, Mosques, Madrasahs) Learning Country (Religious Authority) Individual Resources Family Resources Usrah Resources PAMDR Individual Module Usrah module Community module National module Individual Community System National System CM Usrah System LIFE LONG LEARNING
    30. 30. Learni ng REGI ON Learnin g COMM UNITY Learni ng COU NTRY
    31. 31. Learni ng REGI ON Learnin g COMM UNITY Learni ng COU NTRY
    32. 32. Under- standing Helping & caring Knowing Learni ng REGI ON Learni ng COU NTRY Learnin g COMM UNITY
    33. 33. Under- standing Helping & caring Knowing CM Learni ng REGI ON Learnin g COMM UNITY Learni ng COU NTRY
    34. 34. Under- standing Helping & caring Knowing CM Learni ng REGI ON Learnin g COMM UNITY Learni ng COU NTRY
    35. 35. Use pen and highlight Use zoomit function (Ctrl+1) Simple timer Have slide ‘branching’ Add text to a slide while in the presentation Adding
    36. 36. USING THE PEN
    37. 37. CHOOSE ONE Timer BA Task to be completed in 15 seconds NO OPTION MADE AFTER 15 SECs
    38. 38. ADD TEXTS TO A SLIDE WHILE IN THE PRESENTATION GROUP A GROUP B hardware keyboard screen touchpad mouse joystick Software system sw oprating system application dfsd puhp
    39. 39. DESIGN DON’T DECORATE
    40. 40. All rules can be broken. But before we do so we must first understand how design elements communicate meaning and ideas

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