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- 1. bites<br />Information<br />Information<br />
- 2. Why Information RECALL is a problem?<br />What can really HELP in Information recall?<br />How to make audience RECALL information?<br />
- 3. Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />OVERLOAD<br />Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />Information<br />
- 4. Information<br />3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br />
- 5. Some stunning facts<br /><ul><li>1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB
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- 7. And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.
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- 9. The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!
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- 11. A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.
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- 13. An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day</li></li></ul><li>Close your EYES<br />
- 14. <ul><li>1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB
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- 16. And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.
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- 18. The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!
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- 20. A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.
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- 22. An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day</li></ul>Recollect<br />
- 23. Drowning in information<br />
- 24. Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds. 1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB. And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic. The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century! <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980. <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br /> Stunning, isn’t it? Now close your eyes and tell me what all you read above. I said ‘eyes closed’. Were you able to recollect? If yes, then how much percentage did you recollect???<br />HELP<br />
- 25. availability<br />recall<br />PROBLEM<br />
- 26. G<br />back in time<br />
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- 32. Gutenberg<br />1455<br />
- 33. 20 people<br />250000 books<br />
- 34. Education<br />Religion<br />Scientist<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />State<br />Legal<br />
- 35. Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />COMPLEXITY<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />
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- 38. GOAL<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />Information to ………..<br />
- 39. …..…knowledge<br />
- 40. GAP<br />Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />“information overload”<br />
- 41. SEARCH<br />ANALYZE<br />COLLECTION<br />TIME<br />
- 42. Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds. 1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB. And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic. The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century! A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980. An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br /><ul><li>Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds
- 43.
- 44. 1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB
- 45.
- 46. And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.
- 47.
- 48. The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!
- 49.
- 50. A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.
- 51.
- 52. An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day</li></li></ul><li>How can I<br />Information for RECALL?<br />represent<br />
- 53. Ayodhya verdict<br />8189 <br />pages<br />
- 54. 2hour 45min<br />
- 55.
- 56.
- 57. Leonardo-da-Vinci<br />No one could hope to convey so much true knowledge without an immense, tedious and confused length of writing and time, except through this very short way of drawing from different aspects<br />
- 58.
- 59.
- 60. Is Visual<br />right for me?<br />
- 61. 1<br />32<br />
- 62. Visual Auditory Kinesthetic <br /> 70% 25% 5%<br />
- 63. Images are a natural interface for communication<br />Adel-Al-Saleh<br />
- 64. VISUAL<br />
- 65. A B C D<br />1 2 3 4<br />
- 66. “NO to rote-learning”<br />
- 67. Those who naturally gravitate towards avisualapproach have often seemed to be in the minority – although they seemed to be part of an especially creative and productive minority<br />Howard <br />Gardner<br />
- 68. Verbal language<br />123456<br />AB C<br />CAT<br />BAT<br />23 + 4 = ???<br />Isn’t Language <br />Visual?<br />
- 69.
- 70. You should see Robert dressed up fully in a suit with his briefcase, cycling along the road on his way to work and taking time to admire the world along the journey<br />
- 71. Robert<br />Cycling to work…<br />
- 72. A picture is worth a 1000 words<br />A picture with text 10000 words<br />A picture with text and audio – 1000000 words<br />Philippe Kahn<br />
- 73.
- 74. Image Symbol Shapes<br />
- 75. EASY to RECOLLECT<br />Visual Language<br />
- 76. I recollect<br />90%<br />Visual Language<br />
- 77.
- 78.
- 79.
- 80.
- 81. Broad categories of <br />Visuals<br />
- 82. Sketching (or) <br />Graphic Recording<br />
- 83. Images (or) <br />Photographs<br />
- 84. Moving images (or) <br />Videos<br />
- 85. Infographics (or) <br />Visual Mind-maps<br />
- 86. Visualizations (or) <br />Pattern Maps<br />
- 87.
- 88. Some of its Uses <br />today<br />
- 89. Organizing Information<br />
- 90. Discovering patterns<br />
- 91. Digging out Core messages<br />
- 92. Mind-mapping ideas<br />
- 93. Explaining complexity<br />
- 94. Presenting meaningfully<br />
- 95. Predicting with timelines<br />
- 96. Finding solutions<br />
- 97. Accelerate thinking<br />
- 98. information<br />Give form or shape to an idea<br />
- 99.
- 100. Just type ‘information’ in Google and you get about 3,300,000,000 results in 0.09 seconds<br /> <br />1 million terabytes of data is generated annually = 100000 X 1024 GB = 10000 X (1024)2 MB<br /> <br />And 99% is in digital form and most of them are complex and dynamic.<br /> <br />The Times newspaper contains more information on a single day than what was accessible to a person in the 17th century!<br /> <br />A manager today accesses 2000 times the amount of information accessed by his counterpart in 1980.<br /> <br />An ‘internet savvy person’ accesses 34GB of information every day<br />
- 101. Information to Knowledge needs Recollection<br />Visual Representation enhances Recollection<br />Use Visual Language to get Results<br />
- 102. A<br />B<br />CAT<br />Verbal is the way<br />1213<br />21 + 45 = <br />VISUAL LANGUAGE<br /> is the way<br />
- 103. Copyright images: Respective authors, photographers & producers <br />GO visual<br />Ashley.Vinil<br />Ashleyvinil<br />jpashley<br />Ashley@storypreso.com<br />www.storypreso.com<br />

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