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1) How to identify Bad presentation
2) Why Good presentation matters
3) How to give Good Presentation
You are seeing one
Secret of
Presentation
Z
E
N
禅
A G E N D AA G E N D A
Bad Habits Die Hard
Pursuit of Great Presentation
Why Good Presentation matters
禅
Experiential Wisdom in the attainment of Enlightenment
Experiential Wisdom in the attainment of Enlightenment
BottomlineBottomline
People
HATE
Bad
Presentations
Bill Gates in CloudBill Gates in Cloud
Directionless ArrowsDirectionless Arrows
Exporting CrapExporting Crap
Develo
p
Bad
Presentations
Where
Is
The
Time
Where
Is
The
Knowledge
The-more-
the-
information-
the-better
Syndrome
Color Blind
Impacts both
sides of brain
Impacts both
sides of brain
Spread ideasSpread ideas
Change the
World
Change the
World
Presentation is all but not just
powerpoint
keynote
slides
speechstage - presence
body - language
knowledge
confidence
aud...
禅禅
Inspire Steve Jobs Guy Kawasaki
Seth Godin Ken Robinson
Steve Jobs - Macworld
禅禅
Inspire Randy Pausch Daniel Pink
Don Box Jill Taylor
Don Box – PDC 2008
Jill Taylor – TED
What does it takeWhat does it take
Start Analog
Simplicity
Tell a Story
Imagery
Passion
www.presentationzen.com/
http://headrush.typepad.com/
www.ted.com
http://blog.guykawasaki.com
In the end ….
About Me
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Senior Engineer / Member – Cloud Computing Center of ExcellenceSenior Engineer / Member – Cloud Computing Cent...
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Secrets of presentation zen
Secrets of presentation zen
Secrets of presentation zen
Secrets of presentation zen
Secrets of presentation zen
Secrets of presentation zen
Secrets of presentation zen
Secrets of presentation zen
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Secrets of presentation zen
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  • What is Zen ?
  • What is Zen ?
  • What is Zen ?
  • 80 % of all people attending presentations doze off in the first 10 minutes of any corporate presentation
  • Bill Gates in the Clouds 
    PowerPoint slides are there to help presenters solidify the point they are trying to make -- not to confuse the audience with tons of logos, computing hardware images and arrows pointing here, there and everywhere. Bill, let us guess: You're alluding to "cloud computing"? Experts universally say: Keep the images to a minimum (like, one image per slide) and keep the text as brief as possible.
    Snooze Scale: ZZZZ (Bill, you should know better.)
  • Bill Gates in the Clouds 
    PowerPoint slides are there to help presenters solidify the point they are trying to make -- not to confuse the audience with tons of logos, computing hardware images and arrows pointing here, there and everywhere. Bill, let us guess: You're alluding to "cloud computing"? Experts universally say: Keep the images to a minimum (like, one image per slide) and keep the text as brief as possible.
    Snooze Scale: ZZZZ (Bill, you should know better.)
  • This unfortunate slide reportedly comes from a presentation by Jan Baan, founder and chairman of vendor Cordys. Granted, an "SOA Grid" can be an esoteric topic, but instead of understanding the end game, we're left with trying to figure out how to get in the game. Marketing and presentation guru Seth Godin called this the "worst PowerPoint slide ever used by a CEO."
  • This unfortunate slide reportedly comes from a presentation by Jan Baan, founder and chairman of vendor Cordys. Granted, an "SOA Grid" can be an esoteric topic, but instead of understanding the end game, we're left with trying to figure out how to get in the game. Marketing and presentation guru Seth Godin called this the "worst PowerPoint slide ever used by a CEO."
  • This unfortunate slide reportedly comes from a presentation by Jan Baan, founder and chairman of vendor Cordys. Granted, an "SOA Grid" can be an esoteric topic, but instead of understanding the end game, we're left with trying to figure out how to get in the game. Marketing and presentation guru Seth Godin called this the "worst PowerPoint slide ever used by a CEO."
  • Bill Gates in the Clouds 
    PowerPoint slides are there to help presenters solidify the point they are trying to make -- not to confuse the audience with tons of logos, computing hardware images and arrows pointing here, there and everywhere. Bill, let us guess: You're alluding to "cloud computing"? Experts universally say: Keep the images to a minimum (like, one image per slide) and keep the text as brief as possible.
    Snooze Scale: ZZZZ (Bill, you should know better.)
  • This unfortunate slide reportedly comes from a presentation by Jan Baan, founder and chairman of vendor Cordys. Granted, an "SOA Grid" can be an esoteric topic, but instead of understanding the end game, we're left with trying to figure out how to get in the game. Marketing and presentation guru Seth Godin called this the "worst PowerPoint slide ever used by a CEO."
  • This unfortunate slide reportedly comes from a presentation by Jan Baan, founder and chairman of vendor Cordys. Granted, an "SOA Grid" can be an esoteric topic, but instead of understanding the end game, we're left with trying to figure out how to get in the game. Marketing and presentation guru Seth Godin called this the "worst PowerPoint slide ever used by a CEO."
  • This unfortunate slide reportedly comes from a presentation by Jan Baan, founder and chairman of vendor Cordys. Granted, an "SOA Grid" can be an esoteric topic, but instead of understanding the end game, we're left with trying to figure out how to get in the game. Marketing and presentation guru Seth Godin called this the "worst PowerPoint slide ever used by a CEO."
  • This unfortunate slide reportedly comes from a presentation by Jan Baan, founder and chairman of vendor Cordys. Granted, an "SOA Grid" can be an esoteric topic, but instead of understanding the end game, we're left with trying to figure out how to get in the game. Marketing and presentation guru Seth Godin called this the "worst PowerPoint slide ever used by a CEO."
  • This unfortunate slide reportedly comes from a presentation by Jan Baan, founder and chairman of vendor Cordys. Granted, an "SOA Grid" can be an esoteric topic, but instead of understanding the end game, we're left with trying to figure out how to get in the game. Marketing and presentation guru Seth Godin called this the "worst PowerPoint slide ever used by a CEO."
  • This unfortunate slide reportedly comes from a presentation by Jan Baan, founder and chairman of vendor Cordys. Granted, an "SOA Grid" can be an esoteric topic, but instead of understanding the end game, we're left with trying to figure out how to get in the game. Marketing and presentation guru Seth Godin called this the "worst PowerPoint slide ever used by a CEO."
  • This unfortunate slide reportedly comes from a presentation by Jan Baan, founder and chairman of vendor Cordys. Granted, an "SOA Grid" can be an esoteric topic, but instead of understanding the end game, we're left with trying to figure out how to get in the game. Marketing and presentation guru Seth Godin called this the "worst PowerPoint slide ever used by a CEO."
  • This unfortunate slide reportedly comes from a presentation by Jan Baan, founder and chairman of vendor Cordys. Granted, an "SOA Grid" can be an esoteric topic, but instead of understanding the end game, we're left with trying to figure out how to get in the game. Marketing and presentation guru Seth Godin called this the "worst PowerPoint slide ever used by a CEO."
  • Transcript of "Secrets of presentation zen"

    1. 1. 1) How to identify Bad presentation 2) Why Good presentation matters 3) How to give Good Presentation
    2. 2. You are seeing one
    3. 3. Secret of Presentation Z E N 禅
    4. 4. A G E N D AA G E N D A Bad Habits Die Hard Pursuit of Great Presentation Why Good Presentation matters
    5. 5.
    6. 6. Experiential Wisdom in the attainment of Enlightenment
    7. 7. Experiential Wisdom in the attainment of Enlightenment
    8. 8. BottomlineBottomline People HATE Bad Presentations
    9. 9. Bill Gates in CloudBill Gates in Cloud
    10. 10. Directionless ArrowsDirectionless Arrows
    11. 11. Exporting CrapExporting Crap
    12. 12. Develo p Bad Presentations
    13. 13. Where Is The Time
    14. 14. Where Is The Knowledge
    15. 15. The-more- the- information- the-better Syndrome
    16. 16. Color Blind
    17. 17. Impacts both sides of brain Impacts both sides of brain
    18. 18. Spread ideasSpread ideas
    19. 19. Change the World Change the World
    20. 20. Presentation is all but not just powerpoint keynote slides speechstage - presence body - language knowledge confidence audience keynote
    21. 21. 禅禅 Inspire Steve Jobs Guy Kawasaki Seth Godin Ken Robinson
    22. 22. Steve Jobs - Macworld
    23. 23. 禅禅 Inspire Randy Pausch Daniel Pink Don Box Jill Taylor
    24. 24. Don Box – PDC 2008
    25. 25. Jill Taylor – TED
    26. 26. What does it takeWhat does it take
    27. 27. Start Analog
    28. 28. Simplicity
    29. 29. Tell a Story
    30. 30. Imagery
    31. 31. Passion
    32. 32. www.presentationzen.com/ http://headrush.typepad.com/ www.ted.com http://blog.guykawasaki.com
    33. 33. In the end ….
    34. 34. About Me @@ Senior Engineer / Member – Cloud Computing Center of ExcellenceSenior Engineer / Member – Cloud Computing Center of Excellence Speaker at various engagements since CollegeSpeaker at various engagements since College Passionate about Presentation, Design, Public SpeakingPassionate about Presentation, Design, Public Speaking www.vivekjuneja.in / @vivekjuneja
    35. 35. @@ Note: All pictures used in this presentation are owned by their respective sources
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