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I can share for this media but what I used for years with good results in terms I achieved the objective is a presentation with one slide for each question to ask: why? what? when? who? how much it cost? and critical success factors. Additionaly I include assumptions/restrictions (mainly in the why) and next steps after the kickoff.
I'd suggest checking the Templates section of this community, but keep in mind that there's not a single type of kick off meeting. Depending on when the meeting is taking place in terms of your project's lifetime, what your objectives for the meeting are and who the attendees will be will all affect the format and structure of the meeting and its supporting agenda & presentation.
To add a little to the above comments, a kick-off meeting is where the core planning team engages the larger execution team. This means you need to get everyone on the same plan, but how much information you share about each subject area Sergio listed will depend on how much the team already knows.
The project may be new or entering a new phase and the team may be new or well acquainted with both the problem and each other. Both will influence how much you need to share about what information.
You still need to review the problem to be addressed, the technical approach, the PM approach, the plan to completion, the near-term plan, and provide administrative info like charging, file locations, etc.
The information itself may be organized many different ways into a presentation, depending on the specifics of your project, focusing on your analysis of what the audience needs to develop their lower tier plans and begin project execution.
I often begin with an outline such as described above, print out each page and tape them to a wall, and then move information between slides to make the information more presentable with less jumping around or duplication.
This link may be helpful for you:
You better check the Template section of the website
Thanks for sharing this link, Veronica.
why not take this free course and learn how to kickoff, including ideas what to put in the PPT.
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