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Wanna know the #1 thing I have to keep reminding myself when creating a Powerpoint presentation? This isn’t a stand-alone document. It is meant to accompany a speaker.
There are a few words and phrases I refuse to utter at work, such as roflcopter (too few people would get it), Barack Obama (no politics, thank you very much), and socialize (that corporate buzzword needs to die). But perhaps a more unexpected phrase I refuse to say at work is “I don’t know.”
As someone who has narrowly escaped death by Powerpoint more times than I care to remember, I spend a lot of time thinking about how not to subject others to the same. Working in IT, a lot of presentations are developed by us techies, analysts, and geeks. And if you know anything about techies, analysts, and geeks, you know that…
I’m actually ridiculously intimidated by you. Yes, you. I work in the Information Technology organization of a Fortune 150 company. Through this blog, I’ll be sharing observations and lessons learned in IT project management, executive communications, people management, and professional development. Most of what I’m writing about are things I didn’t learn from a textbook or management magazine