Illustrating Strategy in a Presentation [How to visualize a concept]

A strategy is a common topic I often see in company presentations of all kind. Typically those are business plans, board presentations or investor pitches. The strategy defines general actions over the course of several years. The challenge is how to quickly and neatly make a strategy illustration in your document? What image to choose?

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Illustrating Supply Chain Presentation

The topic of Supply Chain is pretty complex – with all global or local logistics processes, ensuring just on time delivery and enough stocks in warehouses. Therefore using illustrations to explain it is really handy. Good news is that most SCM processes are easy to visualize.

I present a few examples of how you can illustrate a supply chain presentation. Easily and quickly, using only PowerPoint tools.

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How to Get Creative Sketchnoting Presentation

Doodling on a paper is a great way to get really creative. I recommend it as a way to start any presentation design process.
But how to move from paper to computer? I put down a few ideas a how you can get creative sketchnoting presentation slides.

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4 Steps to Make Attractive Medical Data Chart in PowerPoint

Working with data charts related to health or medicine? We’ve put together simple 4 step tutorial how you can make your medical data chart visually attractive. It’s a way to create quickly infographics presentation slide.

Actually, you can use these tricks for any kind of statistics visualization.

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3 Steps to Unique Spring or Easter Card in PowerPoint

For marketers, Spring means the start of a new season. For us all, it’s an opportunity to make some seasonal decorations and thematic materials :). Hence we designed a hand-drawn seasonal icons set to help you create personal Easter cards.

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Why Diagrams Instead of Text Slides

When we create a presentation, the first draft slides are usually text bullet points. At least, I often do so.

The important thing is not to stay there. Move a step further – change those texts into visual form. And the easiest form is a simple diagram. That’s a reason I promote such schema illustrations as a great way to make strong visual presentations. Why diagrams are perfect solutions for presenting various complex topics.

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Planning Your Year with Slide Calendars Graphics

Remember your student times? It’s been over a decade for me, but I still recall this wonderful period of my life.
Nowadays students have a pretty busy schedule. Besides classes, exams, projects, they are often involved in a part-time work. Thus, keeping focus, planning and managing time is a crucial new skill they want to handle.

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Making organizational structure presentation

My guess is that you met several times with presentation of an organizational structure of a company or institution. I saw it many times when making a classical company presentation, for a pitch or funds application.

Here we’ve prepared a few slide design examples how you can illustrate such org charts.

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Making Personal Happy Holiday Card in 5 minutes using PowerPoint

Want to prepare Happy Holiday card for Christmas or New Year to Your friends, clients, partners?

You can make it all using only PowerPoint  (works fine also in Keynote or Google Slides).  It takes you a few minutes only.

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