Business development is so often used buzz word, that’s hard to find a unique illustration of it. Sales and company growth are frequently necessary or relevant in presentations ranging from investor pitches and board presentations to sharing marketing and growth hacking tips with your team. The problem is not whether or include growth, the issue is how to include it well in a PowerPoint presentation.
Creating a value of some kind is the essence of every business. It can have a form of a specific product manufactured by a production company or a service that provides an added value to our life. It can be also an abstract value such as a know-how created by a consulting firm or a wisdom taught by an educational institution. However, I see that people are often are having hard times to illustrate such a value in their marketing and sales presentations. How to express a general concept of “added business value” in your presentation?
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?
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.
In Scrum, meetings are pretty crucial part of the whole project management process. An effective meeting can move you forward, ineffective is not only a waste of time but can demotivate the whole team. And that can hurt the whole project. So it’s better to follow the meeting best practice hints. Check our slideshow of Golden Rules of effective Scrum meetings.
Do you want to make goals and reach better engagement by your audience? In this blog, we prepared a few ideas on how you can achieve these intentions using SMART goals in your presentation.
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.
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.
This is a story of Sebastian, who uses our scribble slides graphics not only for classical presenting at a meeting. Sebastian is the person behind the idea of our Scrum visuals – icons toolbox and recent know-how slides.
As the end of the year is approaching, you may be involved in preparing a business review presentation. Here’re some simple tips on how to make it visually attractive. How to make financial results more interesting, inspirations for showing sales, production, accounting data and other KPIs in eye-catching visual form.