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Project management week 7
Project management week 7
Project management week 7
Project management week 7
Project management week 7
Project management week 7
Project management week 7
Project management week 7
Project management week 7
Project management week 7
Project management week 7
Project management week 7
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Project management week 7

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  • 1. PROJECT MANAGEMENT PRESENTATIONS Week 7 Propedeuse ICM 2010-2011 School of Communication & Media - INHOLLAND
  • 2. Presentations
    • Why?
    • Provide information
    • ‘ Captive audience’ (opportunity to highlight certain issues)
    • Get the audience on your side
    • Can be more convincing than written report
  • 3. Presentations
    • Contents of the Presentation
    • What are the objectives? (e.g. to motivate, persuade, train or sell something?)
    • What is the topic? What do you want to highlight?
    • How much time do you have?
    • How will you present the information?
    • What questions will you be asked at the end of your presentation?
  • 4. Presentations
    • One word of advice….
    • Practice!
    • Practice!
    • Practice!
  • 5. Presentations
    • One word of advice….
    • Practice:
    • Speaking WITHIN the time limit
    • Using any aids ESPECIALLY electronic equipment
    • AND BE ON TIME!
  • 6. Presentations What goes into a successful presentation? Verbal: Speak clearly and loudly enough Speak at a good tempo (not too fast) Use good grammar Stay within the time limit Use humour when appropriate
  • 7. Presentations What goes into a successful presentation? Non-verbals: Be on time Be aware of your posture & body language Use eye contact Think positively Try to look confident, ESPECIALLY if you are not feeling confident!
  • 8. Presentations
    • Structure of the Presentation
    • Introduction
    • Main Body
    • Conclusion
  • 9. Presentations
    • Structure of the ‘The Project Manager’ Presentation
    • Introduce yourself
    • Briefly outline the plan (state the main points)
    • Prepare yourself for questions
    • - consider what questions you may be asked
    • - decide how you will answer these questions
  • 10. Presentations
    • Structure of the ‘The Project Manager’ Presentation
    • Introduce yourself
    • Briefly outline the plan (state the main points)
    • Prepare yourself for questions
    • - consider what questions you may be asked
    • - decide how you will answer these questions
  • 11. Presentations
    • Structure of the Presentation
    • Main Body
    • Choose a structure:
    • Cause and effect
    • Chronological order of events
    • Question & Answer
    • Proposition, discussion, conclusion
    • Discuss your topic according to the chosen structure:
    • Introduce each sub-topic
    • Brief summary after each sub-topic
  • 12. Presentations
    • Structure of the Presentation
    • Conclusion
    • Summarise the main points
    • State your conclusions and repeat them
    • End on a ‘catchy note’
    • Answer questions

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