Do you use the design thinking process in or on behalf of your business? Whether you’re literally developing design concepts with a team or are innovating your offerings with this approach, using impactful visuals will help you make your points.Continue reading Present Design Thinking Process with Sleek PowerPoint Diagrams
What is Root Cause Analysis, and how might it be helpful in your business? Root Cause Analysis is a method of problem-solving. If you could isolate a problem within your business and identify the root cause – you could then resolve the issue.Continue reading How to Show Root Cause Analysis in PowerPoint
Leverage a clever visual metaphor by using rocket launch infographics or steps to illustrate product launches or company growth. You can explain various stages of a launch process or your company’s progression across milestones.Continue reading Use Rocket Graphics to Make Out of This World Product Launch Presentations
Roadmap graphics are a representation of the timeline for product development or company strategies. These strategies might be planned for months or years in the future. They are marked with project milestones or company objectives. You can also highlight the duration of tasks or the deadlines for achieving certain deadlines.Continue reading Make Creative Product and Strategy Presentations with Roadmap Presentations
The Six Sigma framework was developed in the 80s by Motorola. The goal was to create a system for quality improvement. Conveying things like the main principle of Six Sigma is to work on decreasing defects in the production process. The goal is to get defects to a level which is not statistically significant. Six Sigma represents a very low probability of event occurrence.Continue reading Use Modern Graphics to Teach Six Sigma and DMAIC
Trying to find a way to present a problem – cause relation creatively? Visual tree diagrams are suitable illustrations for showing a problem root cause analysis, as well as various branching charts and hierarchies.
Working on problem-solving presentation? In this blog, we are presenting 5 examples how you can use the cause and effect diagram to analyze a business challenge or problems of various kinds.
See how you can easily show to your audience the discussed problem broken into cause and roots.
The concept of the product lifecycle is widely known among business theoretics and practitioners. Such PLC analysis, if done properly, can alert a company as to the health of the product in relation to the market it serves.
If you are working in the investment area, then likely you are familiar with GE McKinsey Matrix. This simple framework is a powerful marketing strategy and product management portfolio analysis tool. Learn how you can present the McKinsey model by applying some creative matrix design ideas.Continue reading Product Portfolio with McKinsey Matrix Design Examples
Managers of all kind use a word Product pretty everywhere. Especially the Product Managers :). If you’re about to present a product, it’s better to speak pictures, not only words. However what picture to use if your product is an abstract one? Or non-existing yet? We share a few ideas on how you can represent a generalized product or service on your presentation slides. Continue reading How to Present a Product Idea [concept visualization]