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Published on August 22, 2012

Author: kiranb

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PART 1PRESENTATIONDESIGNRepresenting InformationBetter (with Little Surprises)Kiran BudhraniInstructional Design ConsultantAugust 1, 2012

MINDSET

2 Types of Presentations1-TIME Pitch a new idea Training or Workshop Month-End Report

2 Types of Presentations1-TIME Content is presented onceWEEKLY Project Updates Progress Report

2 Types of Presentations1-TIME Content is presented onceWEEKLY Content is presented each week

Level of Fancy 100 901-TIME 80 70 Custom Templates Storyline Strong Visuals / Videos WOWness 60 50WEEKLY 40 30 Basic Templates Information Bullets Simple Pics / Diagrams WOWness 20 10

You DONT need to be fancy all the time

Add a little SURPRISEevery now and then 

TODAY IS ALL ABOUT THESELITTLE SURPRISES

Improving CONTENTEXPECTATION SETTING BROWN BAG Part 2 “Branding Team Presentations” (Templates and Colors)

Its Presentation TIME! T I M ETitle Intro Message End

TITLE AUTHOR DATE

QA TEAM WEEKLY REPORT DECEMBER 19-23, 2011 AUTHOR DATE

BE ONE OF US!CARRY THE 7 BRADY VALUES AUTHOR DATE

Its Presentation TIME! T I M ETitle Intro Message End

LIST OF TOPICS AGENDA

OUTLINE The first topic Second topic Third topic Last topic in the list

Topic Topic TopicTopic Topic Topic

Its Presentation TIME! T I M ETitle Intro Message End Topics Bullets Agenda Diagrams Tables Numbers Quotes

BulletsDiagramsTablesNumbersQuotes Use Bullets Sparingly

USING BULLET POINTS When you make reports, Main ideas are usually presented in bullet points.  Supporting ideas are also in bullets. This is okay. But too many bullets and text will just crowd your presentation. It becomes difficult to read and to pick up what you are really trying to say when you have just too many words on screen like this.  We really really really want to avoid crowding, clutter and having slides looking like they are documents.

USING BULLET POINTSSlidumentation is NOT ACCEPTABLE  Shorten your ideas on the slide  Discuss the details in personSplit multiple ideas to separate slides  Limit 2-3 ideas per slide  Do not cramp

BulletsDiagramsTablesNumbersQuotes Present D I A G R A M S to make references

words + words

HUMAN NATUREWe areV isual70% of the time, we put effort on SEEING

HOW DID WE DO ITPrepare Cook Serve

HOW DID WE DO IT Prepare Cook Serve• Key points go here• Key point 2• Key point 3

HOW DID WE DO IT Prepare Cook Serve• Key points go here• Key point 2• Key point 3

HOW DID WE DO IT Prepare Cook Serve• Key points go here• Key point 2• Key point 3

HOW DID WE DO IT Mix • Key points go here • Key point 2Refrigerate • Key point 3 Bake Slice Garnish Serve

HOW DID WE DO IT MixRefrigerate • Key points go here • Key point 2 Bake • Key point 3 Slice Garnish Serve

HOW DID WE DO IT MixRefrigerate Bake • Key points go here • Key point 2 Slice • Key point 3 Garnish Serve

HOW DID WE DO IT MixRefrigerate Bake Slice • Key points go here • Key point 2 Garnish • Key point 3 Serve

HOW DID WE DO IT MixRefrigerate Bake Slice • Key points go here • Key point 2 • Key point 3 Garnish Serve

HOW DID WE DO IT MixRefrigerate Bake Slice • Key points go here Garnish • Key point 2 • Key point 3 Serve

WHAT HAPPENED (OVER TIME)? PROJECT 2” PROJECT 4 PROJECT 5 PROJECT 3PROJECT 1 2011 2012

WHAT HAPPENED (OVER TIME)? PROJECT 2” PROJECT 4 PROJECT 5 PROJECT 3PROJECT 1 2011 2012

PROJECT 1Description  Point 1  Point 2Key Accomplishments  Point 1  Point 2

WHAT HAPPENED (OVER TIME)? PROJECT 2 PROJECT 4 PROJECT 5 PROJECT 3PROJECT 1 2011 2012

PROJECT 2Description  Point 1  Point 2Key Accomplishments  Point 1  Point 2

WHO ARE INVOLVED?Project ManagerE-Learning ConsultantsContent Experts E-LearningInstructional DesignersContent Editors TeamE-Learning ProgrammersPhoto / Graphics EditorsVideo Editors

PLANNING Project Manager Design Framework E-Learning Consultants Draft Timelines Content Experts Hire / Assign Staff Instructional Designers Formulate Training Content Editors Allocate Budget E-Learning Programmers Photo / Graphics Editors Video Editors

PLANNING DESIGN Project Manager Course Outline E-Learning Consultants Write Lessons Content Experts Design Activities Instructional Designers Write Assessment Content Editors E-Learning Programmers Photo / Graphics Editors Video Editors

PLANNING DESIGN DEVELOPMENTProject Manager Develop Moodle LMSE-Learning Consultants Create Web CoursesContent Experts Edit Pictures/ VideosInstructional Designers Test LMSContent EditorsE-Learning ProgrammersPhoto / Graphics EditorsVideo Editors

BulletsDiagramsTablesNumbersQuotes WHEN YOU HAVE A LOT OF SHOW TABLE DATA SHOW GRAAA INFORMATION DUA ROWS ON GRAAAADUALLY YOUR TABLE LLY

BulletsDiagramsTablesNumbersQuotes WHEN YOU HAVE A LOT OF SHOW TABLE DATA SHOW GRAAA INFORMATION DUA ROWS ON GRAAAADUALLY YOUR TABLE LLY

BulletsDiagramsTablesNumbersQuotes WHEN YOU HAVE A LOT OF SHOW TABLE DATA SHOW GRAAA INFORMATION DUA ROWS ON GRAAAADUALLY YOUR TABLE LLY

PROJECT PHASES Task Description Schedule In this task, the person will need to interview key stakeholders of the company, define the competency standards required from eachCreate Guidelines employee, and establish strong policies that will be implemented by January 20 - 30, 2012 end of the year. Create a learning framework that will need to be agreed upon by all members.Develop E-Learning The instructional designer will identify instructional strategies and design storyboards. February 1-28, 2012Materials Once approved by all stakeholders, the instructional designer will write scripts. The programmer will develop the learning material in Flash. The learners will be provided individual accounts to keep track of their courses, scores, and overall performance.Implement March 1-15, 2012Blended Learning Skillsoft will be used as the LMS tool. A survey will be conducted to check for comprehension, softwareEvaluate learners usability, and individual acceptance. Results will be tallied and sentand Gather March 15-25, 2012 to all managers for visibility.Feedback

NO POINT OF FOCUS

HIDEINFO THEY DON’T NEED TO SEE (YET)

PROJECT PHASES Task Description Schedule In this task, the person will need to interview key stakeholders of the company, define the competency standards required from eachCreate Guidelines employee, and establish strong policies that will be implemented by January 20 - 30, 2012 end of the year. create a learning framework that will need to be agreed upon by all members.Develop E-Learning The instructional designer will identify instructional strategies and design storyboards. February 1-28, 2012Materials Once approved by all stakeholders, the instructional designer will write scripts. The programmer will develop the learning material in Flash. The learners will be provided individual accounts to keep track of their courses, scores, and overall performance.Implement March 1-15, 2012Blended Learning Skillsoft will be used as the LMS tool. A survey will be conducted to check for comprehension, softwareEvaluate learners usability, and individual acceptance. Results will be tallied and sentand Gather March 15-25, 2012 to all managers for visibility.Feedback

PROJECT PHASES Task Description Schedule In this task, the person will need to interview key stakeholders of the company, define the competency standards required from eachCreate Guidelines employee, and establish strong policies that will be implemented by January 20 - 30, 2012 end of the year. create a learning framework that will need to be agreed upon by all members.Develop E-Learning The instructional designer will identify instructional strategies and design storyboards. February 1-28, 2012Materials Once approved by all stakeholders, the instructional designer will write scripts. The programmer will develop the learning material in Flash. The learners will be provided individual accounts to keep track of their courses, scores, and overall performance.Implement March 1-15, 2012Blended Learning Skillsoft will be used as the LMS tool. A survey will be conducted to check for comprehension, softwareEvaluate learners usability, and individual acceptance. Results will be tallied and sentand Gather March 15-25, 2012 to all managers for visibility.Feedback

PROJECT PHASES Task Description Schedule In this task, the person will need to interview key stakeholders of the company, define the competency standards required from eachCreate Guidelines employee, and establish strong policies that will be implemented by January 20 - 30, 2012 end of the year. create a learning framework that will need to be agreed upon by all members.Develop E-Learning The instructional designer will identify instructional strategies and design storyboards. February 1-28, 2012Materials Once approved by all stakeholders, the instructional designer will write scripts. The programmer will develop the learning material in Flash. The learners will be provided individual accounts to keep track of their courses, scores, and overall performance.Implement March 1-15, 2012Blended Learning Skillsoft will be used as the LMS tool. A survey will be conducted to check for comprehension, softwareEvaluate learners usability, and individual acceptance. Results will be tallied and sentand Gather March 15-25, 2012 to all managers for visibility.Feedback

PROJECT PHASES Task Description Schedule In this task, the person will need to interview key stakeholders of the company, define the competency standards required from eachCreate Guidelines employee, and establish strong policies that will be implemented by January 20 - 30, 2012 end of the year. create a learning framework that will need to be agreed upon by all members.Develop E-Learning The instructional designer will identify instructional strategies and design storyboards. February 1-28, 2012Materials Once approved by all stakeholders, the instructional designer will write scripts. The programmer will develop the learning material in Flash. The learners will be provided individual accounts to keep track of their courses, scores, and overall performance.Implement March 1-15, 2012Blended Learning Skillsoft will be used as the LMS tool. A survey will be conducted to check for comprehension, softwareEvaluate learners usability, and individual acceptance. Results will be tallied and sentand Gather March 15-25, 2012 to all managers for visibility.Feedback

PROJECT PHASES Task Description Schedule • Interview StakeholdersCreate • Define CompetenciesGuidelines • Establish Policies 2 Weeks • Create learning frameworkDevelop • Identify instructional strategiesE-Learning • Design storyboards 4 WeeksMaterials • Write scripts • Program E-learning software

PROGRAM: TOURISM COURSE SKILLS TIME JOBRoom Attendant Basic  RoomServicing Competencies AttendantGuest Room Servicing Common  Guest Competencies 1 Year Room Core AttendantFood Attendant Competencies  FoodServicing Attendant AssessmentHousekeeping  Housekeepi ng Attendant

PROGRAM: TOURISM COURSE SKILLS TIME JOBRoom Attendant Basic  RoomServicing Competencies AttendantGuest Room Servicing Common  Guest Competencies 1 Year Room Core AttendantFood Attendant Competencies  FoodServicing Attendant AssessmentHousekeeping  Housekeepi ng Attendant

PROGRAM: TOURISM COURSE SKILLS TIME JOBRoom Attendant Basic  RoomServicing Competencies AttendantGuest Room Servicing Common  Guest Competencies 1 Year Room Core AttendantFood Attendant Competencies  FoodServicing Attendant AssessmentHousekeeping  Housekeepi ng Attendant

PROGRAM: TOURISM COURSE SKILLS TIME JOBRoom Attendant Basic  RoomServicing Competencies AttendantGuest Room Servicing Common  Guest Competencies 1 Year Room Core AttendantFood Attendant Competencies  FoodServicing Attendant AssessmentHousekeeping  Housekeepi ng Attendant

PROGRAM: TOURISM COURSE SKILLS TIME JOBRoom Attendant Basic  RoomServicing Competencies AttendantGuest Room Servicing Common  Guest Competencies 1 Year Room Core Attendant CompetenciesFood AttendantServicing  Food ? Attendant AssessmentHousekeeping  Housekeepi ng Attendant

BulletsDiagramsTablesNumbersQuotes Exaggerate NUMB3RS that Matter

2011

Sites 67

ESCALATED CALLS 65,219 MINED

ESCALATED CALLS 65,219 MINED“DO NOT CALL” CALLS 58,648 MINEDGOT FROM ANOTHER SOURCE 24,458 MINED“I DO NOT KNOW” CALLS 22,645 MINEDVERIFY AUTHORITY 64,608 MINED

Team Composition • Project Manager1 • ID & Scriptwriter112 • Content Expert • Graphic Artist 10 • Media Editors3 • Programmers2

TEAM COMPOSITION

12% 60% 22% 6%ID Developers Reviewers Others

BulletsDiagramsTablesNumbersQuotes IMPORTANT STATEMENTS

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Its Presentation TIME! T I M ETitle Intro Message End Summary Closing

SUMMARY1. Mindset on Presentation Design2. The 4 “Must-Have” slides in a Presentation3. Represent information visually

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