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    • Death by PowerPoint (and how to fight it) Alexei Kapterev
    • There are 300 million PowerPoint users in the world* * estimate
    • They do 30 million presentations each day* * estimate
    • About a million presentations aregoing on right now* * estimate
    • 50% of them areunbearable* * conservative estimate
    • LOTS of peopleare killing each otherwith bad presentations. NOW.
    • They are all DEAD! Well, almost.
    • A vicious circle Bad presentations Bad communication Lesstraining Bad relations Less money Less sales
    • Let’s make the world a better place.
    • Why are they doing it?!
    • Research shows: Bullets don’t kill people People kill people Unintentionally Yet regularly
    • Mainly due to lack of...  Significance  Structure  Simplicity  Rehearsal
    • Significance
    • Why do you present?l To “pass the information”?l Your boss told you to?l Or to make meaning?
    • What’s the subject andwhy it matters to you?
    • How presentations work  Significance creates passion  Passion attracts attention  Attention leads to action
    • Are you passionate? Check yourself.
    • This is passion.
    • This is passion.
    • This is passion.
    • This is not.
    • Can’t find the meaning?Don’t present.
    • Structure
    • Structure is how you place thebuilding blocks of your story.
    • Q: What structure to use?A: Any – as long as it is:  Convincing  Memorable  Scalable
    • Structure choices Problem – Pathway – Solution Problem – Solution – Reasoning Fancy stuff (if it makes sense)
    • Give 3-4 reasons supporting your point.They will not remember more anyway.
    • }Memorable opening 1 More details... 1 argument 2 More details... 3 More details... 2 argument 1 2 More details... More details... 45 3 More details... minutes 1 More details... 3 argument 2 3 More details... More details...Memorable closing
    • You can tell this in... l 5 minutes l 15 minutes l 45 minutes It is scalable.
    • Simplicity
    • Everything should be made assimple as possible but not simpler.
    • Apparently, being simple is not that simple.Will give you some examples.
    • Don’t worry: knowing thelanguage doesn’t really help.
    • Notice cool background.
    • Hey, we’ve got DATA!
    • This one’s my favorite.
    • Fundamental problem?
    • PowerPoint helps to:  Visualize ideas  Create key points  Impress
    • They use it as: Prompter Handouts Data dumps
    • People read faster than you speak. This means you are useless.
    • How much is an extra slide? $0.00. Zero Dollars.Break it in several. It’s free.
    • What’s the point? One simple point?Remove everything else.
    • Well, some arejust hopeless.
    • Ditch stupid “rules”l Do you remember the rule: l 7 lines per slide or less l 7 words per line or less?l Well, it is just plain stupidl If you follow this “rule”l You get a slide like this
    • d . Ditch stupid “rules” e p .l Do you remember the rule: m g a in l 7 lines per slide or less r rC o l 7 words per line or less?l Well, it is just plain stupid Bl If you follow this “rule”l You get a slide like this
    • Simple design rules* One point per slide Few matching colours Very few fonts Photos, not clipart * pun intended
    • Less text. More imagery.Wild imagery.
    • But what if I need tosend or print the slides?
    • Write a document.
    • The LargestLeasing Companies• Hansa Leasing• РГ Лизинг• Авангард-Лизинг• Raiffeisen Leasing• ММБ-Лизинг Make 2 sets of slides
    • Print with notes.
    • Inform with little text* * yes you can
    • Rehearsal
    • It will never work completely for the first time. Trust me.
    • YOU PRESENTATION RECEPIENTFeedback. Go get some.
    • No audience? Present to thefurniture. But aloud. Try it.
    • Check the roomand equipment.
    • Presentation checklist
    • All this leads to...
    • Wow* * great presentations
    • Alexei KapterevOffshore presentation design & consultingak@realtimestrategy.ru