Bare outline - Exercises in PowerPoint Style #1

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This PowerPoint deck is the first in a collection. Each deck in this collection models a different communication style. Some models focus on visual display, others strictly on organizing information.

This deck uses the “Bare Outline” style. Although this style is typically a very poor choice as a communication tool, it can be helpful to authors trying to organize thoughts for themselves.

In Exercises In PowerPoint Style, I use this outline as the raw material for all the other models in the series.

This collection is inspired by Exercises In Style, the classic book by Raymond Queneau. In Exercise In Style, Queneau retells the same very simple story 99 times in 99 different styles.

I plan to add to this collection over time, beginning with potentially useful styles, and later modelling common design errors.

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Bare outline - Exercises in PowerPoint Style #1

  1. 1. Bare OutlineExercises in PowerPoint Style #1Tim Kieschnick
  2. 2. About this collection…This PowerPoint deck is part of a collection. Each deck in this collection models a different communication orpresentation style. Some models focus on visual display, others strictly on organizing information. Each deckdescribes the same fictional project using a different presentation model.This collection is inspired by Exercises In Style, the classic book by Raymond Queneau. In Exercise In Style,Queneau retells the same very simple story 99 times in 99 different styles.I plan to add to this collection over time, beginning with potentially useful design styles, and later modellingcommon stylistic errors.Tim KieschnickEl Cerrito, CA19 May 20132
  3. 3. Customer TrackingInitiative
  4. 4. Overview of program• Implement new customer tracking system• Align workflows and processes• Measure results
  5. 5. Anticipated benefits• Increased sales• Operational efficiencies• Customer retention
  6. 6. Key milestones• Discovery and Business Case—January--Complete• Funding secured—March—Complete• Requirements defined—May—Complete• Development and system testing—August—In process• Training—August• Go live—September
  7. 7. Issues and Risks• Cost over-run• Development behind schedule• Stakeholder buy-in
  8. 8. Recommendations• Allocate additional funding• Delay implementation one month• Intensify stakeholder engagement
  9. 9. Appendix
  10. 10. About this styleThis deck uses the “Bare Outline” style. Although this style is typically a very poor choice as acommunication tool, it can be helpful to authors trying to organize thoughts for themselves.In Exercises In PowerPoint Style, I use this outline as the raw material for all the other models in theseries.

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