Developing Project Presentations

This presentation explains what goes into making a quality project status presentation. While Powerpoint skills will create some really cool-looking slides, you might want to give some thought to content and delivery.

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As the above reviews show, it depends where you are on your own journey, would be nice to have a bit about project on a page in there

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FOund it very general, certainly anyone who has done a couple of presentations alrady would know it. May be useful for someone doing their first though.

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Very generic

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Does not talk at all about the nuances of a project Presenation , its very general

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Pretty basic stuff. No real added value

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Great info

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