Local differences for (better) global presentations

Local differences for (better) global presentations

Did you know that American audiences generally prefer to have the conclusions first, and German audiences the background? Did you know that in Japan – the busier the slide, the better? Or that there could be color taboos in some cultures? When preparing...
Project Management: the best software

Project Management: the best software

In line with this week’s focus on things connected with the management of assets like presentations rather than their creation (which our entire blog is devoted to!) – this post looks at ‘project management’. What does the term mean? Simply, an...
Presentation Management: the way to go

Presentation Management: the way to go

This week, we want to shift from the art of making best-in-class presentations, and direct your attention to an overlooked aspect of corporate presentations – “presentation management”. What does the term mean? The way we understand it:it’s the centralized...
RULES, NO-RULES

RULES, NO-RULES

“Rules are not necessarily sacred, principles are.” Franklin D. Roosevelt This quote strikes us this morning as we try and understand how one can find a balance between being stuck and breaking free. And no, we’re not thinking of that great project...
UN-BULLET, ON-POINT

UN-BULLET, ON-POINT

Sometimes, organizing material is simply re-organizing material! This illumination from an earlier post on sequencing presentations comes back to us on this Wednesday with new light. Asking us to consider: what can we do with those lists that sometimes seem to be the...