Indezine News: Disproportionate PowerPoint

Created: Tuesday, July 3, 2012, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 5:30 am



PowerPoint gets too much attention! Everyone who delivers PowerPoint presentations does more than just that — they work on Excel and other applications all the time, research data, create reports, interact with their boss, clients, subordinates, and others — and delivering a presentation is just a small part of their everyday work. Yet, how everyone else within and outside an organization looks at them is mostly perceived through their PowerPoints, and the skills they use to deliver these PowerPoint presentations. We all agree that this importance that PowerPoint gets is entirely disproportionate to its abilities! Yet, the fact is that this is so true, and matters will remain the same way for a long, long, time to come.

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