2012 and We're STILL Using PowerPoint Wrong

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It's 2012 the Age of Information and we're STILL using PowerPoint Wrong.

It's 2012 the Age of Information and we're STILL using PowerPoint Wrong.

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  • @stellagoodenough My pleasure Stella!! I'm so glad you found it of use. I've been fighting the good fight against Death by PowerPoint for many years and if all educators thought like you - that term wouldn't exist anymore. Sadly, presentation skills are STILL taught incorrectly at many academic and corporate institute around the world. I don't blame PowerPoint - it is merely the tool.
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  • I think you have just readjusted my entire perspective of powerpoint. Thank you! You have changed the way I plan teach and deliver my lessons in future -- perfect timing for my lesson observation next week. How simple? How effective? How good is the timing of this? How I wish I'd thought of it!
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  • 1. 2012 STILL Using     And We’rePOWERPOINT WRONG @illiyav
  • 2. MICROSOFT POWERPOINTGETS A BAD RAP!
  • 3. DE ATH BY  POWERP OINT!
  • 4. Death by PowerPoint (Definition);Often heard synonymously by individualswhenever they’ve had to endure anboring presentation. Z   Z   Z   Z  
  • 5. DID YOU KNOW?POWERPOINTwas released in 1990!
  • 6. POWERPOINT IS22 Years Old
  • 7. 22 YEARS LATER...We’re STILLGetting it Wrong!
  • 8. Originally  It was named Presenter
  • 9. UNFORTUNATELY ...  Problems with trademarks™ meantit was re-named “PowerPoint”
  • 10. WE’RE TAUGHT TOSTUFF OU R SLIDES
  • 11. M INDUC IN G BULLE TBOREDO F TER BUL LE T POINTPOINT A
  • 12. “The problem w ith today’s typic business prese al ntation is NOT PowerPoint. Th e stor yteller is tproblem, the pr he esenter whocreates wordy, text-heavy slid~ Carmine Gall o es.”
  • 13. Maybe you’ve read hi s book…  {Carm ine Gallo} thor & Best -selling Au ert ations ExpCommunic
  • 14. NT & WORD WERPOIPO SHOULD NOT BE TREATED THE SAME
  • 15. TOO MUCH INFO  USE HAND-OUTS INSTEAD!
  • 16. IN THE GOOD OLD DAYS SLIDES TOLD STORIES
  • 17. DO YOU REMEMBER THOSEOLD CARO USEL ST YLE SLIDE PROJECTOR S?
  • 18. ATHER AND SHAREF AMILIES WOULD G E VACATION MEMO RIES WITH IN-HOM PHOTO GRAPHIC SLIDES
  • 19. EACH SLIDE  TOLD A STORY
  • 20. BUT ...  Something happened after theDeath of the Carousel Slide Projector
  • 21. 1.We’ve Forgotten to Tell Stories  
  • 22. 1. 2.We’ve Forgotten We’ve Learnt to to Tell Stories   Stuff Slides  
  • 23. THE AGE  OF SLIDE STUFFING  
  • 24. “Slides  are  slides .  Documents  are   documents.  They  arent  the  same   thing.  A1empts  to  merge  them  resuin  what  I  call  the  " lt   slideument"    (slide  +  documen~ Garr R t  =  slideument)” eynolds
  • 25. You might ha ve read his book s…  {Garr Reynond  s} l rr Sa } {aka Ga ru & Prese ntation Gu uthor A cclaimed A
  • 26. WHY DO WE DO IT?  
  • 27. I DIDN’T ATTEND YOUR PRESENTATION TO READ, YET YOU’RE FORCING ME TO ANYWAY
  • 28. THIS IS WHATPEOPLE EXPECT
  • 29. THIS IS WHATPEOPLE EXPECT THIS IS HOW WE PRESENT AT BOARDROOM LEVEL
  • 30. THIS IS WHATPEOPLE EXPECT THIS IS HOW WE PRESENT AT BOARDROOM LEVEL WE EXPECT BULLET POINTS!
  • 31. Who sayswe have to presentlike that?!
  • 32. HOLD UP!  WE DON’T NEED TOBORE DIRECTORS WITHBAD POWERPOINT
  • 33. BAD DESIGN COSTS MONEY  
  • 34. “Good design isgood business.” ~ Thomas J. Watson Jr.
  • 35. WE STUFF OUR SLIDESBECAUSE OF...  
  • 36. FEAR
  • 37. SHORT ON TIME  
  • 38. LACK OF CONFIDENCE  
  • 39. HOW DO WE   FIX IT?  
  • 40. DRO P THE BULL E T POINTS
  • 41. USE IMAGES   INSTEAD  
  • 42. TELL ANINTERESTING STORY
  • 43. PREPARE   EARLY  
  • 44. BETTERPRESENTATION TRAINING  
  • 45. DON’T JUST TAKEMY WORD FOR IT…   http://slides RXpgSY ha.re/ZtfyMhttp://slidesha.re/ q http://slidesha.re/SMfTnM
  • 46. START DESIGNING   &  STOP STUFFING!
  • 47. NEED AP R E S E N TAT I O N DESIGN H E R O ?  
  • 48. COME FIND ME OVER AT…   THEPRESENTATIONDESIGNER.CO.UK
  • 49. FLICKR PHOTO CREDITS  Slide  2-­‐    Erik  Charlton  h1p://www.flickr.com/photos/erikcharlton/4302865512/  Slide  10-­‐    Robert  Couse-­‐Baker  h1p://www.flickr.com/photos/29233640@N07/6054688131/  Slide  16-­‐    James  Vaughan  h1p://www.flickr.com/photos/x-­‐ray_delta_one/4218770565/  Slide  17-­‐    Daniel  Oines  h1p://www.flickr.com/photos/dno1967b/5407293768/  Slide  18  &  19-­‐    Glen  h1p://www.flickr.com/photos/leakytr8/5416821487/in/photostream/  Slide  42    -­‐    Col  Ford  &  Natasha  De  Vere  h1p://www.flickr.com/photos/col_and_tasha/5412347913/    Slide  43  -­‐    Charles  Atkeison  h1p://www.flickr.com/photos/atkeison/7181505280/    Slide  44  -­‐    Anthony  Volodkin  h1p://www.flickr.com/photos/sights_set/1176675198/