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Redux at mart v1

  1. PresentationR ed ux
  2. www.ted.com/talks/derek_sivers_weird_or_just_different.html
  3. In this presentation, some of the views are controversial and unconventional. WARNI NG
  4. Who am I?
  5. KHAN my name is M o hit
  6. Research
  7. & Research Consulting
  8. ST @
  9. Change
  10. Death by PowerPoint
  11. I hope our wisdom will grow with our po int power. Thomas Jefferson 1743 - 1826
  12. Switch me OFF!
  13. 1 State of Presentations AGENDA 2 3 4
  14. 1 State of Presentations AGENDA 2 Story & Design 3 4
  15. 1 State of Presentations AGENDA 2 Story & Design 3 Bullet Laws 4
  16. 1 State of Presentations AGENDA 2 Story & Design 3 Bullet Laws 4 Working with Data
  17. ? Best / Worst PRESENTATION
  18. We have met the enemy and he is PowerPoint
  19. PowerPoint ™ is EVIL. Wired
  20. Stop your PowerPoint™ before it kills again. Kathy Sierra
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  23. DOCUMENT
  24. PRESENTATION
  25. SLIDEUMENT
  26. Containers of !deas
  27. Let go
  28. Conceptual Age
  29. Logic + Emotions Image: www.wired.com
  30. 6 Symphony Meaning Empathy Play
  31. 6 Symphony Meaning Design Empathy Play
  32. 6 Symphony Meaning Design Empathy Story Play
  33. Design
  34. Story
  35. Story aka Preparation
  36. Tell me a story...
  37. Most good ideas can do pretty well with a stick in the sand. Alan Kay
  38. Do you know this guy?
  39. A Good Presentation has three main parts 1 Opening (Beginning) Must introduce the main idea or argument
  40. A Good Presentation has three main parts 1 Opening (Beginning) Must introduce the main idea or argument 2 Body (Middle) All the main points and their statements
  41. A Good Presentation has three main parts 1 Opening (Beginning) Must introduce the main idea or argument 2 Body (Middle) All the main points and their statements 3 Closing (End) Review the main point and a strong finish
  42. Design
  43. Match the following 1. Times New Roman a. Text 2. Arial b. Text 3. Courier c. Text 4. Comic Sans d. Text
  44. Design has been democratized
  45. Design ? What is
  46. Utility + Significance
  47. Not decoration
  48. YES
  49. Don’t be paralyzed by method and knowledge
  50. Informational
  51. Persuasive
  52. Aristotle
  53. Ethos Pathos Logos
  54. Balance the three
  55. Ethos Great Presentation Pathos Logos
  56. Great Presentation Ethos Great Presentation Pathos Logos
  57. Design Great Presentation Delivery Story
  58. Kanso Simplicity
  59. eau nry Dad He !"#$%&'()$*#($+#&,(#(-$$*.*/$0/$-(1*&%2$ !"#$%"&'()
  60. Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex ... it takes a touch of genius to simplify.
  61. Thoughtful Reduction
  62. >#%"/#&#+1-%!*'.-+6!-*&6#!)!%!'+- (7-%*?#%4%-!@!&+-;1-%#'#%4%- %!*'.< A0-B(#&6#-B*9*'*
  63. Lets grab a bite...
  64. co m e W e l b a c k!
  65. Bullet Laws
  66. Bullet Laws
  67. Bullet Laws • Use sparingly
  68. Bullet Laws • Use sparingly • Write only headlines
  69. Bullet Laws • Use sparingly • Write only headlines • Use parallel structure
  70. Bullet Laws • Use sparingly • Write only headlines • Use parallel structure • Avoid sub-bullets
  71. Bullet Laws • Use sparingly • Write only headlines • Use parallel structure • Avoid sub-bullets • Protect audience
  72. Case • ALL CAPS IS DIFFICULT TO READ
  73. Case • ALL CAPS IS DIFFICULT TO READ • Akin to shouting
  74. Case • ALL CAPS IS DIFFICULT TO READ • Akin to shouting • Use upper lower case
  75. Typeface M M
  76. Typeface M Sans Serif M Serif
  77. Size • Does matter
  78. Size • Does matter • Implies importance
  79. Visualizing a slide
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  81. Shift to Notes
  82. Clean start
  83. Getting through your audience is becoming increasingly difficult!
  84. Ingredients
  85. Ag Background Colors Font Images
  86. Ag Background Colors Font Images
  87. Data Working with
  88. Select the appropriate statistical data
  89. Select the appropriate statistical data Be informative and consistent
  90. Vocal 38% Visual 55% Verbal 7%
  91. To show percentages Vocal 38% Visual 55% Verbal 7%
  92. To show percentages Vocal 38% Visual 4 – 6 slices 55% Verbal 7%
  93. To show percentages Vocal 38% Visual 4 – 6 slices 55% Contrast with color Verbal or by exploding 7%
  94. Sales (in Rs crore) 21.0 20.2 15.8 13.8 13.5 12.0 10.5 5.3 0 North West Sales Q1 Sales Q2
  95. Sales (in Rs crore) 21.0 20.2 15.8 Show changes in 13.8 quantity over time 13.5 12.0 10.5 5.3 0 North West Sales Q1 Sales Q2
  96. Sales (in Rs crore) 21.0 20.2 15.8 Show changes in 13.8 quantity over time 13.5 12.0 10.5 5.3 Best to limit the bars 0 to 4-6 North West Sales Q1 Sales Q2
  97. 11.0 11.0 9.0 9.0 8.0 8.0 7.4 6.3 5.7 5.0 4.3 4.4 3.0 2.5 2.4 2.0 1.0 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 North West
  98. 11.0 11.0 9.0 9.0 8.0 8.0 7.4 6.3 5.7 5.0 4.3 4.4 3.0 2.5 2.4 2.0 1.0 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 North West Used to demonstrate trends
  99. Rs ! Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 REVENUES 4,02,66,240 4,40,02,560 4,69,32,480 ! ! ! ! EXPENSES ! ! ! Manpower 1,24,92,000 1,37,41,200 1,51,15,320 Total Operating Expenses 53,12,400 1,18,28,840 1,25,07,204 Depreciation 18,24,000 10,94,400 6,56,640 Software cost amortised 2,95,50,000 0 0 Total 4,91,78,400 2,66,64,440 2,82,79,164 Losses carried forward ! -89,12,160! EBIT -89,12,160 84,25,960 1,86,53,316 Manpower (%age) 31% 31% 32% EBIT (%age) -22% 19% 40%
  100. Rs ! Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 REVENUES 4,02,66,240 4,40,02,560 4,69,32,480 ! ! ! ! EXPENSES ! ! ! Manpower 1,24,92,000 1,37,41,200 1,51,15,320 Total Operating Expenses 53,12,400 1,18,28,840 1,25,07,204 Depreciation 18,24,000 10,94,400 6,56,640 Too Detailed! Software cost amortised 2,95,50,000 0 0 Total 4,91,78,400 2,66,64,440 2,82,79,164 Losses carried forward ! -89,12,160! EBIT -89,12,160 84,25,960 1,86,53,316 Manpower (%age) 31% 31% 32% EBIT (%age) -22% 19% 40%
  101. Rs (lakh) ! Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 REVENUES 403 440 469 ! ! ! ! EXPENSES ! ! ! Manpower 125 137 151 Total Operating Expenses 53 118 125 Depreciation 18 11 7 Software cost amortised 296 0 0 Total 492 267 283 Losses carried forward ! -89! EBIT -89 84 187 Manpower (as a %age) 31% 31% 32% EBIT (as a %age) -22% 19% 40%
  102. Rs (lakh) ! Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 REVENUES 403 440 469 ! ! ! ! EXPENSES ! ! ! Manpower 125 137 151 Total Operating Expenses 53 118 125 Depreciation 18 11 7 Much Better Software cost amortised 296 0 0 Total 492 267 283 Losses carried forward ! -89! EBIT -89 84 187 Manpower (as a %age) 31% 31% 32% EBIT (as a %age) -22% 19% 40%
  103. Rs (lakh) ! Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 REVENUES 403 440 469 ! ! ! ! EXPENSES ! ! ! Manpower 125 137 151 Total Operating Expenses 53 118 125 Depreciation 18 11 7 Much Better Software cost amortised 296 0 0 Total 492 267 283 Losses carried forward ! -89! EBIT -89 84 187 Manpower (as a %age) 31% 31% 32% EBIT (as a %age) -22% 19% 40% When the numbers are more important than the relationship
  104. Some pointers Simplicity
  105. Some pointers Simplicity Data labels
  106. Some pointers Simplicity Data labels Gridlines and borders
  107. Some pointers Simplicity Data labels Gridlines and borders Data source
  108. Some pointers Simplicity Data labels Gridlines and borders Data source Chart title
  109. SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE 100% more effective than Turbuhaler® 30.0 Change (%) in Forced Expiration Volume 22.5 Turbuhaler 15.0 Taifun 7.5 0 50 100 200 400 Salbutamol dose (!g)
  110. Half the dose for the same result 30.0 22.5 Change (%)* 15.0 7.5 0 50 100 200 400 Turbuhaler Taifun * In Forced Expiration Volume Salbutamol dose (!g)
  111. Signal to Noise Ratio
  112. Advantage of MEPZ ! Special Economic Zone, situated at Tambaram, just 6 kms away from the Chennai International Airport, connecting all major destinations across the world. ! The zone’s location on the National Highway provides high accessibility for transportation of materials required for Export/Import. ! A designated duty free enclave treated as deemed foreign territory for trade operations. ! No Service tax of 12.2% as per SEZ rules if paid in dollars. ! Customs department within complex, for easy movement of samples and documents. ! Priority in all aspects for green card holder in SEZ. 97
  113. Quality Policy We, in Quest Life Sciences Pvt. Ltd., are committed to provide reliable, timely and safe diagnostic services to all our volunteers (patients) and to perform clinical studies for our clients. We shall achieve this through : The implementation of a quality system complying with requirement of ISO 15189 and ISO/IEC 17025, as applicable in all our operations The active involvement of our sta! members, who are aware of and comply with the work practices as per the documented system The formulation of quality objectives at appropriate levels and monitoring achievement of the same Following protocols approved by Institutional Ethics Committee The maintenance of impartiality, credibility, integrity,excellence !! Source of clinical safety and confidentiality while serving our volunteers and clients. 98
  114. Good Morning
  115. Growing Steadily Turnover double and Net Profit triple in 4 years, continuing the trend of the past decade despite increasing size Prior to 01-02 Standalone; rest consolidated September 09 Investor Presentation 100
  116. Sustained Profitability Superior business model Operating margin higher by 1400 basis points compared to the average Net margin higher by 2000 basis points * Other top 10 Indian 00-01 Standalone; Rest Consolidated Pharma Companies September 09 Investor Presentation 101
  117. Successful at acquisitions So far acquired 12 high potential yet under-performing businesses * and successfully turned these around Standalone Consolidated Financials Financials 8 early acquisitions * Includes companies, plants or brands September 09 Investor Presentation 102
  118. Ingredients
  119. Background Background Background Background Data Data Data Data Emphasis Emphasis Emphasis Emphasis Result Result Result Result +++ + ++ + = == = Background Data Emphasis Result + + = + + = ++ ++ = = + + =
  120. Vision trumps all other senses. Dr John Medina Brain Rules
  121. 10%
  122. “ Studies show that recognition doubles for a picture compared with text
  123. 65%
  124. 6x Pic Su tu p e re r t io ri ty Eff ec
  125. In the end...
  126. Restraint in preparation
  127. Simplicity)in design
  128. Naturalness in delivery
  129. Presentation Excellence is never accidental! (Work your buns off!) 5(%-8!+!0.
  130. mohitchhabra mohitchhabra mohit_chhabra mohit@knoledge.in

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