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  Thursday, June 12, 2008 – Permalink –

Organize Presentation

Think backwards


Speaker's Notes
By Bob Denny

Organizing content requires the ability to think backward

"From the back end forward

Pretend you have all your content in front of you. Anyone can arrange the points in order of importance or chronologically. But I recommend starting with this question: What does your presentation need to accomplish? Most answers will fit into one of these categories:

  • Awareness — introducing or educating an audience on a topic.
  • Attitude — promoting a change or reinforcing your subject.
  • Action — persuading an audience to act.


With an objective in mind, you can decide what content to include and what information to leave out. By working backward — from the big picture to the small details — you'll save time and produce a more powerful presentation."


[Edited entry from 2/13/2005]




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