When PowerPoint turns deadly dull

When PowerPoint turns deadly dull

Created: Monday, December 18, 2006, posted by at 2:33 am

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Yet, when the academic presenter walked to the front of the room he immediately turned down the lights and said the following words; “My PowerPoint presentation begins with some statistical information …”

Okay, statistics are important, particularly the big numbers that paint a big picture. But as more and more charts, graphs and numbers were introduced in slide after slide, board members became bored. After 25 minutes and dozens of slides, the PowerPoint presentation finally ended.

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