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A Presentation is More than Slides for BIMTECH

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This is an excerpt from the deck I used to run a special 90-min session for BIMTECH Alumni on July 18, 2020. The slides have been extracted to remind you of the concepts we discussed. For those who missed the session, these are just some pictures and random definitions :-)

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A Presentation is More than Slides for BIMTECH

  1. 1. MohitChhabra #presoexcellence 18 July 2020 mohit_chhabra KNOLedgeS Slides is more than A PRESENTATION
  2. 2. © KNOLedge 2020 RUNNING THE SESSION TODAY What’s wrong? Information Processing Good Slide Design Interact & INTERRUPT
  3. 3. WHAT IS WRONG WITH PRESENTATIONS?
  4. 4. PowerPoint Death by
  5. 5. Best Worst & Presentations
  6. 6. Worst Speaker was reading the slides Text was too small Spoke way beyond the allocated time Inappropriate colours Complex visuals (Did not fit the topic) No clear takeaway No or minimal eye contact Fonts not readable Difficult to hear from the back of the room Best Lots of examples Visual slides Large and easily readable text Finished in time Interactive and engaging Colours were good Clear flow of the presentation Clear speech Simple and easy to understand diagrams Crisp and clear images Appropriate humour
  7. 7. Preparation Delivery: Speaking Speaker was reading the slides Text was too small Very few visuals in the entire deck Spoke way beyond the allocated time Inappropriate colours Complex visuals (Did not fit the topic) No clear takeaway No or minimal eye contact Fonts not readable Difficult to hear from the back of the room Lots of examples Visual slides Large and easily readable text Finished in time Interactive and engaging Colours were good Clear flow of the presentation Clear speech Simple and easy to understand diagrams Crisp and clear images Appropriate humour Story Slides Lots of examples Visual slides Large and easily readable text Finished in time Interactive and engaging Colours were good Clear flow of the presentation Clear speech Simple and easy to understand diagrams Crisp and clear images Appropriate humour
  8. 8. PowerPoint Death by Ignorance
  9. 9. HOW DO WE PROCESS INFORMATION?
  10. 10. © KNOLedge 2020 Processing Information Chunking Reduces cognitive load
  11. 11. How do we use this? ‣ Chapterise!
  12. 12. © KNOLedge 2020 Processing Information Schemas Eases comprehension & creates meaning Chunking Reduces cognitive load
  13. 13. How do we use this? ‣ Chapterise ‣ Speak to their experience
  14. 14. © KNOLedge 2020 Processing Information Creates focus and engagement Split AttentionSchemasChunking Reduces cognitive load Eases comprehension & creates meaning
  15. 15. How do we use this? ‣ Chapterise! ‣ Speak to their experience ‣ NEVER read your slides!
  16. 16. PRINCIPLES OF GOOD SLIDE DESIGN
  17. 17. Signal to Noise Ratio The Big 4
  18. 18. Signal to Noise Ratio Make Slides Lighter Enhance Empty Space
  19. 19. Signal to Noise Ratio SIMPLICITY
  20. 20. thoughtful reduction of the unnecessary A key element to simplicity and (creating) understanding is the  John Maeda Technical Advisory Board Member, Google Author, Laws of Simplicity
  21. 21. Signal to Noise Ratio The Big 4
  22. 22. Contrast Use differences, to CATCH ATTENTION
  23. 23. Repetition Repeat visual elements, for a SENSE OF CONSISTENCY
  24. 24. Alignment Place elements deliberately to ENHANCE CLARITY
  25. 25. Proximity Related items must be together to create a SENSE OF UNITY
  26. 26. CRM is often used for inspection — to report on progress, improve accuracy of forecasts, provide visibility, predict project delivery dates, and provide a range of other business intelligence — rather than creating improvement in the sales process. They had to enter a lot of information that added little value (for Sales People), and provided no help in selling more. Amit Chauhan. “The Menace that is CRM” Harvard Business Review, May - June 2018, pp 40 - 44
  27. 27. © KNOLedge 2020 My Coordinates mohit_chhabra /in/mohitchhabra mohitchhabra mohit@knoledge.in mohit_chhabra #presoexcellence

This is an excerpt from the deck I used to run a special 90-min session for BIMTECH Alumni on July 18, 2020. The slides have been extracted to remind you of the concepts we discussed. For those who missed the session, these are just some pictures and random definitions :-)

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