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Oral Defense     H4 ENGLISH & SOC SCIAfuang ∙ Mendoza ∙ Suapengco ∙ Vargas ∙                              Yam ∙ Yu
PRESENTATION OUTLINE1   Picking Out Content2   Making an Impact3   Presentation Aesthetics4   Tools5   Things to Do6   Q&A
PRESENTATION OUTLINE1   Picking Out Content2   Making an Impact3   Presentation Aesthetics4   Tools5   Things to Do6   Q&A
PICKING OUT CONTENTTHINGS TO CONSIDER:Time                  15 minutesAudience AppealImportance            What do we need...
PRESENTATION OUTLINE1   Picking Out Content2   Making an Impact3   Presentation Aesthetics4   Tools5   Things to Do6   Q&A
MAKING AN IMPACTUSE DEMONSTRATIONSWhat is your product?How could you showcase it in themost appealing manner?GET THEM INVO...
PRESENTATION OUTLINE1   Picking Out Content2   Making an Impact3   Presentation Aesthetics4   Tools5   Things to Do6   Q&A
PRESENTATION                                 AESTHETICSMINIMAL TEXTUSE VISUALLY APPEALING Bright colors help people memori...
CURRENT ORGANIZATIONAL                SET-UP
S U P P LY M A N A G E M E N T                           STRATEGIC SOURCING                     Local                   su...
STREAM DIAGNOSTIC CHARTManageme           Material        Market        Method   nt                                     Lo...
STREAM DIAGNOSTIC CHARTManageme           Material        Market        Method   nt                                     Lo...
STREAM DIAGNOSTIC CHARTManageme           Material        Market        Method   nt                                     Lo...
STREAM DIAGNOSTIC CHARTManageme           Material        Market        Method   nt                                     Lo...
STREAM DIAGNOSTIC CHARTManageme           Material        Market        Method   nt                                     Lo...
STREAM DIAGNOSTIC CHARTManageme           Material        Market        Method   nt                                     Lo...
PRESENTATION           AESTHETICSOTHER EXAMPLES
PRESENTATION OUTLINE1   Picking Out Content2   Making an Impact3   Presentation Aesthetics4   Tools5   Things to Do6   Q&A
TOOLS               Strengths                 WeaknessesSWOTStrengths    • Eco-friendly              • Higher costsWeaknes...
TOOLSISHIKAWA/FISHBONE Used to determine root causes of aDIAGRAM problem
PRESENTATION OUTLINE1   Picking Out Content2   Making an Impact3   Presentation Aesthetics4   Tools5   Things to Do6   Q&A
Things to Do                                      BEFOREKNOW YOUR PAPERDon’t just know your part, eachmember should have a...
Things to Do                                       DURINGBE ATTENTIVEListen to groupmates/questionsDon’t contradict each o...
Things to Do                                        AFTERMAKE ADJUSTMENTS TO THEUse this opportunity wiselyPROJECTMeet as ...
PRESENTATION OUTLINE1   Picking Out Content2   Making an Impact3   Presentation Aesthetics4   Tools5   Things to Do6   Q&A
Q&ADON’T LIE.We can smell your fearDON’T RUSHDiscuss difficult questions as agroup before answeringHAVE THE PROPER ATTITUD...
GOO LUC            D   K.SOURCES:The various members of the UP IndustrialEngineering Club
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  • Instead of saying your product is sturdier than your competitors, why don’t you just hit both with a hammer and show them?Typical way: Assign each member a part and have that member explain that part.More exciting way: Have 2 – 3 members on one part and get them to alternately read a paragraph/few sentences each. This makes it seem like they’re talking to each other and grabs the audience’s attention.
  • Choose the right fonts
  • Highlight what’s important – the purpose of this image was to show where the purchasing department is in the organization chart
  • Visualization of content – this shows a particular process in approving a supplier
  • Shows how certain problems affect/cause other problems
  • Be creative in your presentations.
  • No one wants to see a stiff presentation, be natural and energetic!
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    1. 1. Oral Defense H4 ENGLISH & SOC SCIAfuang ∙ Mendoza ∙ Suapengco ∙ Vargas ∙ Yam ∙ Yu
    2. 2. PRESENTATION OUTLINE1 Picking Out Content2 Making an Impact3 Presentation Aesthetics4 Tools5 Things to Do6 Q&A
    3. 3. PRESENTATION OUTLINE1 Picking Out Content2 Making an Impact3 Presentation Aesthetics4 Tools5 Things to Do6 Q&A
    4. 4. PICKING OUT CONTENTTHINGS TO CONSIDER:Time 15 minutesAudience AppealImportance What do we need toSubstance know about yourAlignment with paper?Paper Don’t confuse your panel
    5. 5. PRESENTATION OUTLINE1 Picking Out Content2 Making an Impact3 Presentation Aesthetics4 Tools5 Things to Do6 Q&A
    6. 6. MAKING AN IMPACTUSE DEMONSTRATIONSWhat is your product?How could you showcase it in themost appealing manner?GET THEM INVOLVEDBe dynamic in your presentation.Plan what to say and how to say it.
    7. 7. PRESENTATION OUTLINE1 Picking Out Content2 Making an Impact3 Presentation Aesthetics4 Tools5 Things to Do6 Q&A
    8. 8. PRESENTATION AESTHETICSMINIMAL TEXTUSE VISUALLY APPEALING Bright colors help people memorizeCOLORS relax the audience Cool colors Either way, make sure it’s readableUSE Easily understood visualizations ofDIAGRAMS/ILLUSTRATIONS contentAVOID OVERLY DRAMATICANIMATIONS AND CHEESY
    9. 9. CURRENT ORGANIZATIONAL SET-UP
    10. 10. S U P P LY M A N A G E M E N T STRATEGIC SOURCING Local suppliers: representativ es of Printwell conduct a Outsourced site visit and processes: A formal sites are offer is audit visited and Accreditatisolicited from audited by on is done potential Printwell supplier Foreign representativ suppliers: a es company profile is submitted
    11. 11. STREAM DIAGNOSTIC CHARTManageme Material Market Method nt Low Low Surplus/shorta supplier forecast ge in stocks loyalty accuracy Lack of Lack of preventive planning methods Unnecessary Difficult to incurring of adjust to long costs lead times No regular Inefficientupdating system meetings among among department departments representatives
    12. 12. STREAM DIAGNOSTIC CHARTManageme Material Market Method nt Low Low Surplus/shorta supplier forecast ge in stocks loyalty accuracy Lack of Lack of preventive planning methods Unnecessary Difficult to incurring of adjust to long costs lead times No regular Inefficientupdating system meetings among among department departments representatives
    13. 13. STREAM DIAGNOSTIC CHARTManageme Material Market Method nt Low Low Surplus/shorta supplier forecast ge in stocks loyalty accuracy Lack of Lack of preventive planning methods Unnecessary Difficult to incurring of adjust to long costs lead times No regular Inefficientupdating system meetings among among department departments representatives
    14. 14. STREAM DIAGNOSTIC CHARTManageme Material Market Method nt Low Low Surplus/shorta supplier forecast ge in stocks loyalty accuracy Lack of Lack of preventive planning methods Unnecessary Difficult to incurring of adjust to long costs lead times No regular Inefficientupdating system meetings among among department departments representatives
    15. 15. STREAM DIAGNOSTIC CHARTManageme Material Market Method nt Low Low Surplus/shorta supplier forecast ge in stocks loyalty accuracy Lack of Lack of preventive planning methods Unnecessary Difficult to incurring of adjust to long costs lead times No regular Inefficientupdating system meetings among among department departments representatives
    16. 16. STREAM DIAGNOSTIC CHARTManageme Material Market Method nt Low Low Surplus/shorta supplier forecast ge in stocks loyalty accuracy Lack of Lack of preventive planning methods Unnecessary Difficult to incurring of adjust to long costs lead times No regular Inefficientupdating system meetings among among department departments representatives
    17. 17. PRESENTATION AESTHETICSOTHER EXAMPLES
    18. 18. PRESENTATION OUTLINE1 Picking Out Content2 Making an Impact3 Presentation Aesthetics4 Tools5 Things to Do6 Q&A
    19. 19. TOOLS Strengths WeaknessesSWOTStrengths • Eco-friendly • Higher costsWeaknesses • More durable • Limited supplyOpportunities RecycledThreats Paper Opportunities Threats • Niche market (no • Regular paper vendors competition)
    20. 20. TOOLSISHIKAWA/FISHBONE Used to determine root causes of aDIAGRAM problem
    21. 21. PRESENTATION OUTLINE1 Picking Out Content2 Making an Impact3 Presentation Aesthetics4 Tools5 Things to Do6 Q&A
    22. 22. Things to Do BEFOREKNOW YOUR PAPERDon’t just know your part, eachmember should have at least read itONCEREHEARSERun through the entire presentationPractice, practice, practiceTECH RUN/TESTMake sure allvideos/presentations/props workand are ready
    23. 23. Things to Do DURINGBE ATTENTIVEListen to groupmates/questionsDon’t contradict each otherHelp out whenever possible – don’t just idly standaroundBE CALM AND CONFIDENTFlash those killer smiles! :D
    24. 24. Things to Do AFTERMAKE ADJUSTMENTS TO THEUse this opportunity wiselyPROJECTMeet as a group to discussfeedbackPAT YOURSELVES ON THEOr cry on each other’s shouldersBACK
    25. 25. PRESENTATION OUTLINE1 Picking Out Content2 Making an Impact3 Presentation Aesthetics4 Tools5 Things to Do6 Q&A
    26. 26. Q&ADON’T LIE.We can smell your fearDON’T RUSHDiscuss difficult questions as agroup before answeringHAVE THE PROPER ATTITUDEMaintain your confidence, but don’tbe cockyPREPAREAnticipate possible questions and prepareanswers
    27. 27. GOO LUC D K.SOURCES:The various members of the UP IndustrialEngineering Club

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