), Office of Naval Research - includes the Ten Commandments of Visual Aids (such as Powerpoint slides) - delivery chapter has section on handling Q & A after speaking - most of the material applies to almost any presentation, not just techical Power Point provides a useful vehicle for sharing and developing concepts among military professionals in a variety of venues. We tend to burden our military professionals with an exhausting and high-maintenance requirement to churn out repetitive and non-explanatory slide decks for nearly every conceivable information requirement.
Rarely do we conduct a meeting without the ever-present bright projection of Power Point upon a screen.
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Many military organizations use read-ahead packets that provide an advanced copy of the Power Point briefing slides in advance of the briefing.
In theory, this implies an alternate route for information sharing that, when combined with a briefing, could function in tandem.
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Simply following the exact slide format as the read-ahead drags those that invested time to read it earlier back through redundant information, and reward those that came to the meeting unprepared.
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